November 29, 2011
JB Sponsors NDFA Football Match
As part of Julius Berger Nigeria Plc’s (JB) continued Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts, the company sponsored a friendly football match between the Nigerian Deaf Football Association (NDFA) team and the Julius Berger football team.
- Julius Berger Nigeria Plc
- Football Match with the Nigerian Deaf Football Association (NDFA)
- Main Bowl, National Stadium, Abuja F.C.T.
- December 4, 2011
- CSR Initiative
The match, held at the National Stadium, Abuja F.C.T., was organized in commemoration of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities and kicked off by a opening game between children from the Abuja based French and the German Schools.
In addition, a cultural dance show, performed by a troupe of 18 persons with disabilities, was held during the intermission to the game.
Julius Berger began its support of the National Deaf Football Association in 2009, resulting in the first football match between NDFA and JB football team, which was led by Julius Berger’s Managing Director, Engr. Wolfgang Goetsch.
Julius Berger is committed to supporting education and sports for the less privileged, and also the fight against the HIV/AIDS pandemic, amongst other initiatives. The company has deployed substantial resources in its efforts to support these goals. As a dedicated corporate citizen, Julius Berger will continue to support the needy.
Julius Berger Nigeria Plc is a Nigerian construction company headquartered in Abuja, F.T.C. An employer of no fewer than 18,000 people of close to 40 nationalities, this multi-service, solutions-driven company is unique in its long standing delivery of quality, capacity, reliability and excellent performance, all at internationally recognized standards.
Since its 46 years of operation in Nigeria, integrity, transparency, safety and sustainability continue to be the pillars of JB’s structures and behaviors, both internally and externally. Julius Berger is the leader in its field, a pioneer in technology and a committed partner in the development and progress of Nigeria.
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