The British Superior Commissioner to Ghana has counseled Guinness Ghana for its substantial expenditure into the company’s Community Raw Components (LRM) programme.
The programme has so significantly impacted the life of over 175,000 people together the agricultural worth chain.
Iain Walker paid out a operating go to to Ghana’s only complete beverage corporation, to master about the company’s business functionality, functions and sustainability initiatives such as initiatives to control the plastic menace.
In excess of the past 5 a long time, the firm has invested in excess of £50 million in its functions in Ghana.
A single of the highlights of the check out was the showcasing of Guinness’ LRM programme which operates instantly with much more than 25,000 farmers and supports the livelihoods of far more than 175,000 folks along the agricultural price chain.
The Large Commissioner and his delegation toured the brewery and commended Guinness Ghana for remaining an industry leader.
He described Guinness as a very first-class Uk firm investing in Ghana and an illustration of a good company, impacting the life of several and bringing authentic advancement to the folks.
“Your LRM programme is a great initiative which underscores the great importance of not just concentrating on trade and supplying out money but investing in actual advancement which can attain the persons to improved their life.
“This programme sits very well with a single of our projects less than DFID and I am actually happy Guinness Ghana is pursuing such a very good course”.
The Controlling Director of Guinness Ghana, Gavin Pike said the enormous investments made in-place reinforces the company’s dedication to be the greatest doing, most reliable and respected purchaser goods company in Ghana.
“We have found the lives of numerous farmers alter since they have a firm which is prepared to purchase off their generate. They can now choose treatment of their small children, give them a good instruction and a good life and this is vital to us as a business enterprise,” he claimed.