Mining company holds career fair
Pakyi No1 (Ash), Oct 1, GNA – Sandvik Mining Ghana Limited at Pakyi No 1 has organized a day’s career fair aimed at introducing students in the Pakyi Community near Kumasi to future prospects in mining and construction.
It was also designed to create a responsible and effective relationship between the community and the company to promote good neighbourliness.
Sandvik Mining Ghana is in the process of relocating its operational hub which houses a workshop and component warehouse from Obuasi to a new site at Pakyi No1.
Mr. Nuhu Salifu, the Human Resource and Administrative Manager, said the company was a responsible one which had not relented on its corporate social responsibility.
He said since 2005, the company had spent more than 2,000 to train technicians under collaboration between some mining companies and the University of Mines and Technology to provide employable skills within the mining industry.
Mr Salifu said 2009 and 2011 the company contributed ,000 to rehabilitate part of the dormitory block of the Tarkwa Midwifery Training School through the Goldfields Ghana Sustainable Development Fund.
‘We have supported numerous other programmes by the Obuasi Municipal Assembly, the Ghana Red Cross Society, children’s wards of some health facilities and orphanages’, Mr. Salifu said.
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