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Our approach to CSI


FNB Botswana engages in corporate social responsibility activities in two ways: through our Staff Volunteer Programme as well as the FNB Foundation. Our approach recognises the importance of involving our employees, who are encouraged to participate on a voluntary basis, as we consider them partners in helping to uplift those in the communities in which we have presence. Employees identify worthy community projects to support during the course of each financial year and these are assessed according to our CSR guidelines.

These initiatives must relate to our core focus which is education; healthcare; skills development; vocational training; support for disadvantaged and handicapped people; arts and culture development; and sports and recreation. Many of the community projects our staff support involve infrastructure upgrades, such as the renovation of creches, school classrooms or primary healthcare clinics. This is in line with our policy of supporting community initiatives, rather than individuals, in order to benefit as many people as possible.

Each business segment receives P50 000 a year to fund its work on such projects. Funds are distributed by the FNB Foundation, which administers the CSI funds and is the main vehicle through which the Bank provides financial and non-financial support to destitute communities. This is through supporting legitimate non-government organisations (NGOs) and non-profit organisations (NPOs) operating in those areas. We insist on being proactive in our pursuit to deliver CSR interventions that benefit communities from their perspective. Thus we reach out on both a corporate and individual level to those communities within which we operate.

Creating safe and happy environments

Successes in both aspects of our CSI programme continue to uplift communities and our employees alike. Since its operational inception in 2001, the FNB Foundation has ploughed back P30 million through supporting a range of community upliftment projects. In 2013/14, the Foundation provided P3 million in financial and non-financial support to disadvantaged communities across Botswana, representing an increase from P2.9 million in 2012/13.

P30 MILLION invested to date

DEVELOPING THE ENVIRONMENT; Supporting a range of community upliftment projects since inception

Corporate responsibility


Involving our employees

FNB Botswana engages in corporate social responsibility activities in two ways: through our Staff Volunteer Programme as well as the FNB Foundation.

Our approach to CSI


Encouraged to participate

 

Our approach recognises the importance of involving our employees, who are encouraged to participate on a voluntary basis, as we consider them partners in helping to uplift those in the communities in which we have presence. Employees identify worthy community projects to support during the course of each financial year and these are assessed according to our CSR guidelines.

These initiatives must relate to our core focus which is education; healthcare; skills development; vocational training; support for disadvantaged and handicapped people; arts and culture development; and sports and recreation. Many of the community projects our staff support involve infrastructure upgrades, such as the renovation of creches, school classrooms or primary healthcare clinics. This is in line with our policy of supporting community initiatives, rather than individuals, in order to benefit as many people as possible.