Corporate Social Responsibility
We are a trusted corporate citizen and our CSR projects are aimed at uplifting the communities we operate in. Through various community interventions, we effectively reinforce our values and achieve our business objectives. We partner with key governmental and non-governmental stakeholders to select credible social partners and projects that have a sustainable impact on our communities. Our priority areas are education and health.
In 2017, we actively assisted various NGO’s.
Reves et Espoirs
Supported the yearly cost for services provided by psychologist
Friends in Hope
Funded the supply of materials for various workshops (therapy, art and craft, kitchen, gardening, sports and music).
The Bank extended its support by making monetary contributions towards the food and drink expenses of the NGO
We firmly believe that it is our responsibility to manage the environmental and social impacts that our activities, products and services have on society and to respond to critical environmental issues. As part of our CSR initiatives, we supported Eli Africa on environmental projects such as mangroves and endemic flora reforestation.
For the past six years, the Bank has launched a Scholarship Programme to allow bright students with limited financial means to follow undergraduate courses at the University of Mauritius. In 2017, the total number of students benefiting from the Standard Bank scholarship amounted to 37, with the Bank financing their university fees as well as providing a monthly stipend to each beneficiary.
How to apply for Standard Bank Scholarship Scheme:
Send us the following documents either by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or to our registered office in Ebene addressed to the Chairman of the CSR Committee.
- Motivation letter with full contact details.
- Confirmation from UOM on full time enrolment for 2018-2019.
- Copy of result slip.
- Proof of family income not exceeding MUR15,000 monthly.
The selected candidates will then be called upon for an interview and benefit from a yearly registration fee not exceeding MUR 30,000 and a monthly stipend of MUR 5,000.
The Bank marked Nelson Mandela International Day, celebrated on 18 July every year, by encouraging all employees to give their time to the community. The objective of Mandela Day is to inspire individuals to take action to help change the world for the better, and in doing so build a global movement for good. Ultimately it seeks to empower communities everywhere. The Bank gave the opportunity to its employees to give back time to the community by allowing them to help a non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that they have at heart.
The NGOs that were selected by the employees for this initiative were:
- Association des Amis de Don Bosco –The employees contributed to enhance the living conditions of the children by improving the current infrastructure of the orphanage.
- Elles c Nous Association – The employees helped to improve the infrastructure by purchasing some of the classroom furniture and embellished the building by painting one of the external walls and doing some gardening in the yard.