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Tradecorp renews its agreement with UNICEF, “Multiply for Childhood”

Tradecorp has renewed its agreement with UNICEF, “Multiply for Childhood”. Since 2015, we have been collaborating in this joint initiative and the renewal of our participation will allow us to continue to contribute to the Schools for Africa project.

This program helps fund the construction of schools across thirteen countries in Africa which help provide quality education and a safe learning environment, while also giving children access to clean water, food and proper sanitation.

More information about our commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility in Tradecorp is carried out in every aspect of our day to day operations, and is an essential part of the company’s strategy. We comply with the laws of the countries where we operate as well as with international norms such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Human and Labour Rights established by the International Labour Organization.

Furthermore, we analyze and carry out actions that allow us to improve the safety and quality of work life within the company, as well as comply with our commitments to the communities where we operate and with society as a whole.

Learn more about our CSR actions at our latest Communication on Progress: http://tradecorp.com.es/en/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Informe_de_Progreso_Tradecorp_2017_EN.pdf

About Schools for Africa

“Schools for Africa” is an initiative founded in 2004 by UNICEF together with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Peter Krämer Foundation to create Friendly Schools for Children that give underprivileged children a safe environment where they can learn and play. This initiative will offer children from thirteen countries in Africa quality education, as well as providing other services, such as water, health, food and sanitation, among others.

Learn more about this UNICEF’s initiative: http://www.schoolsforafrica.org/