MTN Ghana resumes annual workers volunteering program


MTN 21 Days of Y’ello Care kicked off on Friday, June 17, 2022, after a two-year break.

The break was as a result of COVID-19 Pandemic.

MTN Y’ello care is an annual worker volunteering mission held in all MTN operations. Since its inception in 2007, the initiative has impacted tens of millions of individuals and communities throughout the continent.

Through the years, MTN Ghana has undertaken a number of initiatives below the 21 Days of Y’ello Care mission.

In 2017, MTN workers volunteers refurbished the Avenue Academy constructing in Accra offering a research space, computer systems and books for youngsters.

In 2019, it skilled over 1,000 youth throughout the nation in bead making, leather-based works and pc programming and refurbished a dilapidated hostel facility for trainees on the WAG Service Centre at Pantang.

Different actions undertaken by workers in earlier years embody portray of college buildings, cleansing of seashores, donating objects to orphanages, and go to to prisons.

The workers volunteers have additionally up to now, undertaken blood donation and tree planting workouts.

The 2022 version is subsequently anticipated to take this initiative to the next stage as a result of two-year break.


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