Dufil donates learning objects to the school for the visually impaired
Demonstrating its passion, care and commitment to the welfare of blind and visually impaired people in the country, Dufil Prima Foods Plc, maker of Nigerian household noodle brand Indomie Instant Noodles, has donated assistive equipment to education at the Federal Nigeria Society of the Blind Lagos.
Donated equipment includes laptops, scanners, a mobility cane guide, printers and cartons of Indomie noodles.
The donation is part of Dufil’s inspiring corporate social responsibility initiative which seeks to offer practical relief, help, hope, opportunity and credible platforms to liberate and empower the disadvantaged, disadvantaged and difficult to achieve in our society.
In making the donation on behalf of the company, the Head of Corporate Communications and Group Events, Dufil Prima Foods Plc, Mr Tope Ashiwaju, said that Dufil, as a responsible entity, has a history of contributing to the care and development of the physically disabled in Nigeria, thus touching many of their lives as he believes that within every disability there is an ability.
According to him, “Our environment is not conducive to sighted people, let alone people living without sight. Therefore, Dufil Prima Foods Plc saw the need to play its part in ensuring that visually impaired people have access to quality education and have the same rights as other citizens of the country”.
He added that “Dufil Prima Foods Plc strongly supports sustainable CSR initiatives, especially those that focus on education, as we believe that teaching and empowering our children today will lay the foundation for a better tomorrow.
While thanking the management of Dufil Prima Foods Plc for their thoughtful gesture towards the Society, the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Society for the Blind, Mr. Mayowa Oke, assured that the equipment would be effectively used and maintained to train future leaders. of the nation. “He says receiving donated items like computers, keyboards and other items will help blind people become more independent in terms of movement and less dependent on family and friends.”