social-responsibility

Etosha remains committed to feeding scheme

27 Feb 2018
Etosha Fishing remains steadfast in its commitment to carry on with its school feeding scheme, despite the three year moratorium imposed on pilchard catches by the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources last year. The company supplies canned pilchards to seven schools across Walvis Bay, feeding about 2,200 learners every day during school days. This...
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!Nara Primary School says thank you

14 Dec 2017
Etosha Fishing proudly supports the Promiseland Trust, a non-profit welfare organisation that cares for and assists underprivileged and destitute children in the poor communities of Walvis Bay. One of the Trust’s main activities is a Feeding Project which provides daily home cooked meals in two sittings from Monday to Friday for roughly 250 vulnerable...
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Fish-4-Business project targets rural small business development

23 Sep 2015
Etosha Fishing has partnered with Erongo Marine Enterprises in its flagship corporate social development programme called Fish-4-Business, which was officially launched in Okahao at the weekend by the Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Hon. Bernhard Esau. At the same occasion the first of the Fish-4-Business concept shops was launched in the Onandjila Village...
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Etosha Fishing Cares

31 Jul 2014
Walvis Bay – The well-being of the community in which Etosha Fishing operates is just as important for the company as the well-being of its own employees. Against this background Etosha Fishing has identified undernourished children in eight schools in the Walvis Bay community as a priority. For more than...
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