IGT donates towards Myanmar flood relief

Yangon, Myanmar — September 28th, 2015

IGT, the largest tower company operating in Myanmar, has announced an immediate support towards rebuilding the areas affected by the recent devastating floods across the country. Under the guidance of IGT board members and executive management team, and in line with the company CSR strategy, IGT has initiated a special project theme named “IGT FOR MYANMAR” to meet the immediate needs of those affected by this natural disaster. Up to 40 percent of the flood-affected areas remain difficult to access, as they are obscured by debris and mud and cut off by collapsed bridges and roads.

Under the scheme, IGT has committed to provide the best possible support in the affected regions of Chin, Rakhine, Sagaing, Bago, Magway & Rakhine state with our donations. IGT has so far donated a total of MMK 30 millon across these affected regions to provide immediate support which includes critical items for daily needs such as proteins/canned foods, rice, dry fish, water, torch lights, etc. for the affected people in these regions more than 6,000 affected people have benefited from this program.

Her Excellency Union Minister Daw Myat Myat Ohn Khin has recognized IGT efforts during the official press conference at the union minster office in Nay Pyi Taw on 2 September 2015. During the ceremony, IGT has highlighted the company’s continued focus approach towards community engagement program and recent initiatives on the same.

IGT donates school furniture

Yangon, Myanmar — April 29th, 2015

As a company that is building the national communication infrastructure of Myanmar, Irrawaddy Green Towers (IGT) is driven by a sense of commitment towards the community with the goal of enhancing our corporate value and strengthening the communities in which we operate to shape a better and more sustainable society. In this respect, as part of our corporate social responsibility initiative for the month of April 2015, Irrawaddy Green Towers (IGT) donated six sets of school furniture to a primary school in Thar Kay Ta Township where approximately 300 students are studying. We are grateful to contribute such assistance as education for young people is essential for their development.