As part of it's commitment to developing the communities where it operates, Hima Cement has recently built and donated three boreholes in Kasenda Sub-county and Kasenda Town Council in Kabarole district. The official handover ceremony was led by the country CEO, Jean-Michel Pons, alongside local community leaders.
Expressing the company's commitment, Pons stated, "We see our host communities as partners in our journey, working together for the future and leaving positive impacts on society."
These boreholes are more than just wells – they represent Hima Cement's effort to improve the lives of the people in these areas by providing access to clean water, a basic need for health and well-being. This initiative aligns with global goals for sustainable development.
By addressing fundamental needs like water access, Hima Cement is not only fulfilling its responsibilities but also actively contributing to better living standards and community resilience. This effort highlights the company's understanding of the link between corporate success and community well-being.
In essence, Hima Cement's donation of boreholes goes beyond a simple act of charity; it reflects a commitment to creating a positive and lasting impact on the communities it serves. As these communities benefit from improved access to water, Hima Cement is leaving a legacy of collaboration, empowerment, and sustainable progress.