We’re offering tangible help to the communities around our sites in Morocco and Ecuador, with our actions involving a total of 8,000 people (4,000 employees and their families).
We’ve decided to focus our support primarily on education and access to healthcare services by distributing school resources to students, modernising schools, providing IT equipment for teaching, introducing medical consultations and distributing food and hygiene/sanitary products.
The unprecedented health emergency has also led us to contribute through COVID-19 support activities to mitigate the economic and social consequences of the crisis and ensure that people can continue to receive the assistance they need.
We gave relief to the local population in Morocco and Ecuador by providing food, first aid kits, hygienic and medical products to local associations and hospitals.
The care we show to the communities in which we operate is also shown by our work in the Solomon Islands.
Every year, during the Christmas holidays, the Tuna Supply Chain Business Unit is closed for maintenance.
During this period, we use our fishing boats to take all our employees back to their home islands, enabling them to spend the holidays with their families in their home villages.