We believe that our investment in people and communities serves as a catalyst in unlocking the great potential of Africa.
Across our businesses we are developing human skills and investing in projects and initiatives that offer equal opportunities to our communities. Our key focus areas include education, health, community development and the conservation of wildlife and the environment.
|We believe in investing in the future and education remains the most powerful tool for development. We support this objective by building schools, upgrading facilities, donating equipment and providing scholarships amongst other initiatives Learn more||Healthy communities grow and prosper. We support local hospitals within the communities we operate in by donating medical equipment and supplies. We also support primary health care initiatives in our communities. Learn more|
|From supporting road safety initiatives to reinforcing community policing and building community libraries, we work with our communities to improve their quality of life. Learn more||We owe the generations to come a better world than we found. We have partnered with institutions such as the Kenya Forest Service in afforestation programs among other initiatives. We support the Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy’s bongo rehabilitation programme – one of the most important projects of its kind worldwide. Learn more|
"The establishment of this computer laboratory, courtesy of Dalbit Petroleum, is in line with government’s commitment to promoting the use of modern information and communication technologies."
School principal Dr Beatrice Ndiga went on to elaborate that using ICT will enable learning through the experience of problem-solving as students piece together information strands to construct essential knowledge about a subject.
From 2015, Dalbit International South Sudan partnered with the community of Rumbek, South Sudan in the construction of eight classrooms. Current plans involve building more classrooms, a 10,000 litre water storage tank and a solar water pump system for the school.
"I wish to inform you that our parents are very cooperative and ready to bring their children to school despite the everyday challenges of life. They value education very much and have a deep and permanent desire for their children to learn.”Headteacher, Sr Maria Chesang'Limasia
Despite the insecurity in the area, over 900 pupils have benefited from our support; their passion and hunger for education remain a constant inspiration to us.
Throughout its existence, the Group has seen dozens of poor pupils through their secondary school education in Kenya. We are grateful for partnerships with schools such as Precious Blood Secondary School, Alliance Girls' High School and Alliance High School (Boys), among others who ensure that needy students get the necessary support to excel despite the hardships they face.
We are also pleased to work with Palm House Foundation. Through their extensive countrywide network, we have been privileged to help many students across the country.
Dalbit Petroleum has partnered with Gocongo Foundation to support the running of Nakhjavani School, a rural institution that provides education to children of low income earners in the area. We have supported the construction of classes for the school in 2013 and 2015.
Ndola Energy Company Limited has partnered with the NGO EdOCD, to provide an income generating facility for Lundazi Primary School. The school is an inclusive school located in Lundazi District in the Eastern Province of Zambia approximately 700 km from the nation’s capital Lusaka.
In 2012, Dalbit International South Sudan partnered with Malek Academy to support their infrastructure. Part of our donation of US $100,000 went to a new internet connection for the school’s new computer suite. The balance was spent on providing basic facilities for the school.
We supported the construction of additional facilities at the Mongu Health Centre in Mongu, Zambia. The project included a purpose built dispensary, a water well and an electric water pump installed to supply homes in the surrounding areas with clean water.
Dalbit Petroleum Tanzania partnered with Muhimbili Orthopedic Institute in 2012 to provide medical equipment for people with various disabilities. In 2016, the company donated hospital beds and mattresses to equip a new 30 beds children’s ward.
Kenyatta National Hospital is the national Referral hospital in Kenya. In 2013, Dalbit Petroleum Kenya adopted one of the pediatric wards (Pediatric Ward 3A) and donated essential amenities for the ward.
In 2016, a second phase of the partnership included the refurbishing of the bathrooms and general lighting systems.
Since inception, the Group has partnered with Imani Rehabilitation Centre, Nairobi. Our support includes supplying foodstuffs and clothes. This being a staff initiated project, members of our staff volunteer their time to be with the children and also take care of the home’s daily chores.
Staff members have a strong attachment to the home and they cherish their time at the home.
More than two million Kenyans faced famine in early 2017. Dalbit Petroleum Kenya responded to a call by the Kenya Red Cross that was raising funds to feed the affected with a donation of US $60,000.
Staff members at Dalbit Petroleum in DRC donated mattresses and foodstuffs at a homeless shelter in Lubumbashi. The team also spent much appreciated time with the community there.
In 2015, Dalbit Petroleum Tanzania donated ten motorcycles to the Tanzanian police to facilitate their work.
Africa Spirits Limited has since 2015 partnered with Kenya Police Service to renovate some police stations. To date, the company has restored four police stations, working on renovating sanitation facilities, general repairs and paint works.