MAN is donating €75,000 for SOS Children´s Villages in West Africa. In this way, a organisation is providing support for strident puncture measures and long-term offers of assistance for children, youngsters and families influenced by a Ebola crisis.
Since a Ebola conflict began in Feb 2014, some-more than 6,000 people have depressed plant to a widespread in West Africa. Relief organizations and governments from all over a universe are perplexing to benefit control of a situation. Children generally are pang from a stream conditions. Many have mislaid their kin as a outcome of a highly-infectious virus. Some 3,700 unparalleled children are fighting for their life on a streets. Out of fear of being infected, even kin mostly exclude to demeanour after these children.
SOS Children´s Villages is represented during 10 locations in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. By initiating surety measures, charity aid, for instance in a form of proxy caring centers, and easy orphaned children, SOS Children´s Villages provides targeted, on-the-spot assistance for children and families. “MAN is ancillary a puncture service supposing by SOS Children´s Villages in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia in a quarrel opposite Ebola, with a aim of creation a tiny grant to their critical work,” explains Jochen Schumm, Chief Human Resources Officer during MAN SE.
The categorical concentration of SOS Children´s Villages is on impecunious children. MAN supports several projects run by a Munich-based association, this partnership carrying existed for over 7 years during both a inhabitant and general level. However, not usually is MAN endangered as a organisation during SOS Children´s Villages facilities, though also a employees. At a Munich, Salzgitter and Nuremberg sites, they have already spent large hours with children and youngsters. “As distant as a amicable joining is concerned, a sustainability of a donations is quite important. In a box of a team-work with SOS Children´s Villages, this is entirely guaranteed – and on a worldwide scale,” explains Yvonne Benkert, Head of Corporate Responsibility during MAN SE.