“DONATION OF WHEEL CHAIRS” IN COMMEMORATION OF 10TH ANNIVERSARY
On completion of a decade of operation in Sri Lanka, Lanka IOC under its CSR Project theme “WE CARE” decided to undertake a few activities of worthy course to serve the community in which it operates.
“ENGLISH FOR YOUNG LEARNERS”
Lanka IOC rewards top students of English Language project in two schools, at Trincomalee
Lanka IOC rewarded the top achievers of its ‘English for Young Learners’ project for the students of China Bay Nalanda Maha Vidyalaya and the China Bay Tamil Vidyalayam in Trincomalee on 3rd December 2012.
CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY EFFORTS OF LANKA IOC PLC
Lanka IOC PLC, as a responsible corporate citizen believes, that Corporate Responsibility is not merely about philanthropic activities, making generous donations to various charitable causes but about being accountable for your actions, to your stakeholders and operating in a way that ensures long term sustainability, which in turn ensures sustainable development of the nation.
Lanka IOC PLC commenced its business in Sri Lanka in the year 2002 and was concentrating on stabilizing its business in Sri Lanka, energizing the people of Sri Lanka in the best possible manner with its 152 Retail Outlets spread in all parts of the country.
In the year 2010, with the increase of the catastrophic effects of the natural disaster all over the world, due to climate change and its consequences, the Company decided to engage and educate the young minds of Sri Lanka to minimize this effect and formulated a project to address the issue by “Go Green” concept, involving the school children with the collaboration of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources. The company targeted to plant 1500 saplings within one year of its commencement, engaging 1500 school children from the under privileged families selected by the school authorities, which was on 12th February 2010. Each child engaged in this project is encouraged by giving the ownership of the sapling planted and the company contributing a sum of Rs.100/- per student every month for a period of 3 years to care for the trees, until the trees can withstand any damage.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY "GO GREEN' PROJECT OF LIOC
|Asst.Govt Agent of Mullaitivu Mrs Aarani Thavapalan planting the first sapling at Silawathai Tamil Vidyalayam, Mullaitivu|
|A student who will take care of the plant for the next three years, receiving the plant and the savings pass book from Senior Vice President of LIOC Mr C M Chandrakandan while Mr S Rajeswaran, Deputy Director of Education, Thunukai looks on.|
|A section of the 290 students who were given the ownership of the saplings planted, who will be receiving a contribution of Rs.100/- per month for 3 years.|
|A principal of a school from Mullaitivu receiving the plants and the savings pass books from the Senior Vice President of LIOC Mr C M Chandrakandan|
|A student who will take care of the plant for the next three years, receiving the plant and the savings pass book from Senior Vice President of LIOC Mr C M Chandrakandan|
|Senior Vice President (Engineering) of LIOC addresses the students of Ananda Samarakoon Vidyalayala, Piliyandala while Hon.Minister of Environment Patali Champika Ranawaka Looks on.|
|A section of the students who will be caring for the saplings planted in their school with their paintings depicting their ideas/views on the climate change/global warming etc.,|
|One of the Students of Ananda Samarakoon Vidyalaya, Piliyandala receiving his passbook from Senior Vice President of LIOC Mr S S Pandita|