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Telecom enables organisation to combat social ills

Telecom Namibia joins forces with Response Action Based Organisation to fight GBV.

With the increase in Gender-Based Violence in the land of the brave, individuals and corporates are taking action and getting involved. Telecom Namibia is one of the corporates who joined the awareness and response movement by donating to a phone and a data plan to the Response Action Based Organisation.

Action-Based organisation is an upcoming organisation by Zackary Itodo that involves various professionals from various organisation intending to fight social ills like human trafficking, gender-based violence, crime, and all other social ills. Its existence was instilled by the increasing rate of gender-based violence and the increase in the number of cases that are not attended too. The organisation there aims at taking action making sure that members of the public get access to the services from relevant stakeholders.

The donations were handed over by Nomvula Kambinda, Telecom Namibia’s Head of Corporate Communications to the Itodo on behalf of his organisation. Telecom will be renewing the plan annually.

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