Accounting and auditing firm, Deloitte Ghana, has expressed its commitment of impacting the society in which it operates, through community engagement projects.
Management and staff of the firm on Friday, June 10th, 2022, as part of the ‘Green Ghana Day’ undertook a tree planting exercise at Dodowa in the Greater Accra region.
Managing Partner, Daniel Kwadwo Owusu, said Deloitte Ghana is committed to impacting society through community initiatives such as Deloitte Graduate Academy, where some graduates are recruited, trained to acquire on the job skills to efficiently and effectively practice in any accounting, finance and auditing firm as well as any corporate institution.
“Our anniversary celebration [75 years] is targeted at our staff, alumni, clients and society. Our purpose of making an impact matters. Globally, we have the World Climate programme, which is our strategy to help curb the impact of climate change on our environment.”
“We felt it wise to partner with the Forestry Commission during the Ghana Green Day Celebration to carry out our World Class initiative”, Mr. Owusu said.
On how the exercise will impact on its business, the Managing Partner said it will enhance its brand image, adding “It will make society know we are driven by purpose beyond profit.”
Deloitte is also considering refurbishing and restocking over seven libraries across the country as part of the Deloitte WorldClass Programme.
The Managing Partner said his outfit is working with a non-governmental organisation to refurbish and restock seven libraries across the country.
This is in line with its global initiative to make an impact in society.
“We believe education is an important tool to bridge the gap between the rich and poor in society. Also this initiative is in line with achieving the global Sustainable Development Goals .
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