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CSR Reporters Prepares For SISA Awards, Fifth Anniversary Celebration 

In commemoration of its 5th milestone anniversary celebration, CSR Reporters, Africa’s premier publication, dedicated to news, advocacy and consultancy on corporate social responsibility and sustainability issue, is set to host a special 2024 Social Impact and Sustainability Award (SISA) in November.

The week-long twin event, according to Eche Munonye, the Publisher and Chairman of CSR Reporters, will witness series of impactful activities as well as the publication’s unparalleled commitment to community enrichment.

The activities lined up for the one week event, he disclosed, include: CSR Festival which is a platform for organisations to present their CSR initiatives to both the local and international media, fostering collaboration and information sharing among industry peers; Journalists Empowerment where the publication will be providing a one-year health insurance plan to some deserving journalists in a bid to create further awareness about the importance of signing up for HMO within the journalism community.

Other activities include: Launch of Philanthropy Club in secondary schools to nurture the spirit of philanthropy among the younger generation; CSR REPORTERS Center of Responsible Journalism will present cash price to the winning Journalist who produces the most compelling and Investigative piece on CSR and Sustainability.

Thd high point of the celebration will be the CSR Reporters Social Impact Sustainability Awards,  SISA where deserving organisations and individuals will be treated to a scintillating awards dinner.

Mr. Munonye further explained the essence of SISA which he said is primarily to honour and celebrate organisations and well-meaning individuals who play pivotal roles in driving socio-economic transformation in Nigeria through innovative CSR and sustainability initiatives. This year’s event, he stated, is particularly special, as CSR Reporters will be celebrating five years of excellence in corporate social responsibility and sustainability reporting.

“We believe in our responsibility to practice what we preach. This time around, CSR Reporters is giving back to the society that has supported them these past five years. Through the various activities planned, we hope to foster a culture of responsibility, transparency and collaboration that will benefit not only organisations and individuals, but the entire Nigerian society

“CSR Reporters invites members of the press, Nonprofits, Corporates, Governments and the general public to join in celebrating the achievements and recognizing those making positive impact in the world of corporate responsibility and sustainability.”


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