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Airtel Africa launches its long-term sustainability strategy,  building on its corporate purpose to transform lives  

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Airtel Africa, a leading provider of telecommunications and mobile money services, with a presence in 14 countries across Africa, has launched a comprehensive sustainability strategy, which sets out its detailed plans to improve the lives of millions of people across Africa through digital and financial inclusion and access to education.

The strategy also includes specific goals around environmental protection and the ongoing development of a rewarding, diverse and inclusive workplace.

The carrier has worked hard to identify the technical programmes needed to respond to all its material topics and to has a genuine and positive impact on people and communities across Africa.

The company’s strategy sets specific goals and commitments,and for each of these, it has have identified exactly how it will achieve them and the milestones along the way.

The Board and Executive Committee have been integral to developing this strategy which is fully aligned with the company’s corporate strategy and plans.  Airtel Africa has also engaged with stakeholders throughout the development of the strategy and undertook a detailed stakeholder consultation ahead of this launch.

Airtel Africa’s strategy is delivered through four sustainability pillars: ‘Our business’ which reflects its operations and the expansion of its network, ‘Our people’ which sets commitments around employee engagement, development, diversity and inclusion, ‘Our community’ which details its dedication to improving access to education, and ‘Our environment’ which is focused on reducing the environmental impact of operations.

The carrier says it has also identified six of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to which its believes its work will make a genuine and tangible contribution- they are SDG 4: Quality education, SDG 5: Gender equality, SDG 8: Decent work and economic growth, SDG 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure, SDG 10: Reduced inequalities, and SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production.

Segun Ogunsanya, CEO, Airtel Africa, explains: “Today is a significant milestone in Airtel Africa’s journey. Our new strategy provides a solid foundation for us to accelerate change for the communities we serve and the environment in which we operate. We have worked closely with our stakeholders to ensure that this strategy is ambitious, robust and credible. This partnership approach underpins all the work we will deliver through our strategy. We will look to collaborate across the industry, recognising that by working together, we will be able to drive a more significant impact for the people who need it most. We are more committed than ever to ensuring open and honest communication on our progress as Airtel Africa embarks on its long journey towards a more sustainable future.”

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