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In the midst of promoting entrepreneurship and sustainable SMME development in Botswana, LEA also engages in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects with the intention of uplifting the livelihoods of the beneficiaries. The adoption of Mpiti Primary School in Matobo village signifies the Authority’s determination to upholding the Vision 2016 Pillar of “An Educated and Informed Nation”, as well as the response to the Ministry of Basic Education “Adopt a School” initiative. The Authority has adopted the school for a period of three years, 2013-2015.
Since 2013, LEA has sponsored the school’s prize giving ceremonies, to honour the Standard Seven pupils as well as award high performers across streams/standards. In addition, the school received the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) revision books, stationery and wall clocks for all classrooms in 2014. The awards are meant to motivate the rest of the students to study hard and look forward to recognition in future. In 2015, the Authority handed over desk buddies with solar lights to honor the achievements of the students who excelled in their academic work.
Branch Network CSR Projects
In living the Vision 2016 Pillar of a Compassionate, Just and Caring Nation, the LEA Masunga Branch raised contributions and handed groceries, blankets and chairs to a family in Masunga village, as 2014 Christmas gifts. These efforts by LEA staff complements the government efforts and commitment to attain a Vision 2016 pillar of a “Compassionate, Just and Caring Nation”. The branch also erected a boundary fence for the family, and connected a portable water tap, to accord the family members a dignified life.
The LEA Serowe Branch staff joined by village Authorities, the community and other stakeholders, embarked on a litter picking and clean-up campaign exercise in Mogorosi village. The branch demonstrated the need to create and support environmental health awareness as well as maintain safe and cleaner surroundings in the communities they operate in. The Serowe branch intends to carry similar activities in other villages that they conduct business in.