CSI

Next Media is committed to transforming Uganda and the communities in which we operate through Corporate Social Initiatives (CSI). This is in line with our Mission Statement, “To rely on our people and the latest technology to provide accurate, relevant and timely information,” while also involving key external stakeholders in respective projects.

Drainage systems blockage caused by irresponsible disposal of plastics

Although plastics were initially assumed to be harmless and inert, many years of plastic disposal into the environment have led to problems. Environmental pollution by plastic waste is now recognised widely as a major environmental burden especially in the aquatic environment where there is prolonged biophysical breakdown of plastics. Innocent Kaggwa, a resident of Katanga …

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Taasa Obutonde Launched at the Next Media Park

Next Media Services in partnership with the National Environmental Authority, Vivo Energy Uganda, Uganda Breweries, and Stanbic bank have launched an environmental campaign dubbed “Taasa Obutonde”, that is aimed at saving mother nature. The campaign is based on the 3Rs of Reduction, Reuse, and Recycling of plastics that will help in the sustainability of the …

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“Taasa Obutonde” an initiative to save our environment by NEMA, Vivo, Uganda Breweries Limited, Stanbic Bank and Next Media Services

Next Media Services, Stanbic Bank, Uganda Breweries Limited, and National Environmental Management Authority(NEMA) have today partnered to officially launch an environmental campaign dubbed ‘Taasa Obutonde’ which translates into ‘Let us save the environment. Accordingly, the three-year campaign will focus on educating Ugandans and creating awareness about the proper management of plastic products. The campaign will …

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