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Together for the Family – KGHM co-organises conference on activities for the benefit of Copper Belt inhabitants

Together for the Family – KGHM co-organises conference on activities for the benefit of Copper Belt inhabitants

Friday, 05 November, 2021

Prevention programmes, trainings, guidebooks – KGHM, together with the local government of Legnica, organised the 2nd Conference "Together for the Family – recommended prevention programmes and support measures for the inhabitants of the Copper Belt".

The conference was attended by local government officials, school principals, educators and NGO representatives from all over the region. Discussions focused, among other things, on challenges in education, but also on recommended programmes for children, young people and families in the Copper Belt. The initiatives carried out jointly by municipalities, towns and KGHM Polska Miedź S.A. were summarised.

KGHM presented its current offer for schools and local governments under the Company's pro-social initiatives. The copper company co-finances diagnostic tests for teenagers, prevention programmes "Szkoła Rodziców i Wychowawców", "Akademia Przywództwa Liderów Oświaty" and guidebooks "Dzieci w wirtualnej sieci".

The ongoing project relating to the issue of depression "W depresji nie jesteś sam" was also discussed. People living in the Copper Belt can receive free counselling from psychologists, take part in support group meetings and training sessions for teachers and youth workers.

Recently, the copper giant, as a leader in corporate social responsibility, has published "60 good CSR practices for 60 years of KGHM". The unique study can be downloaded from The publication contains a description of operations of KGHM grouped into several categories, including physical health, education, ecology and social ties. KGHM presents its activities and the involvement of its staff in, among others, voluntary and aid campaigns for the people of the Copper Belt.

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