Juba, 19th April 2021… South Sudan’s leading petroleum company, Trinity Energy Limited, has donated food items, sanitary essentials, and play items worth SSP 6 million to over 130 children from the Juba Orphanage, St. Claire Children’s Home, and Sisters Place in Juba.
While dispatching the donations, Trinity Energy’s Robert Mdeza said, “We have heard of the famous phrase ’Children are the future’. However, for the children to finally lead us, it is our responsibility to nurture them by providing for their needs. The donation we are giving to the three children’s homes today is part of our undertaking to have a positive impact on the future generation as well as partner with relevant organizations that are already engaged in providing a decent home for the children.’’
Trinity Energy has been engaging in various initiatives in the country across the education, agriculture, and health sectors. To date, the company has invested over USD 1.4 million in line with its commitment to drive the economy of South Sudan and meet the social needs of the members across various communities in South Sudan.
As the first indigenous company in South Sudan to be a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, Trinity Energy is guided by its pledge to fulfill its core 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in its day-to-day operations. These include SDG 8, Decent Work and Economic Growth, SDG 11, Sustainable Cities and Communities, and SDG 17, Partnerships to achieve the goal.
Mr. Mdeza also added,” This programme is aligned with Trinity’s Corporate Social Investment commitment to contribute to community interventions and the overall socio-economic growth in South Sudan. We understand the role that children play in ensuring the continued development of a nation and we are extremely honored to be partnering with the homes. We look forward to partnering with other private, public, or NGO sector players to continue uplifting more communities.”