On December 15th 2021, the Kenya-China Economic and Trade Association (KCETA) held the "2020-2021 Annual Social Responsibility Report of Chinese Enterprises in Kenya" release event, and commended 12 Chinese-funded enterprises that have performed well in fulfilling social responsibilities in Kenya. China Jiangxi International Kenya Ltd. won this honor and was awarded the "Best Contribution to Social Responsibility Enterprise Award". Zhou Pingjian, Chinese Ambassador to Kenya, Paul M. Maringa, Chief Secretary, Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing, Urban Development and Public Works of Kenya, Paul Ndung'u Kamweru, Director-General, Department of Asia and Oceania, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Olivia Rachier, Managing Director, Kenya Investment Authority attend and present awards to the winning companies.
CJIC has entered the Kenyan market for more than 10 years, and has always been committed to practicing Chinese corporate social responsibility and giving back to the local community. Especially since the outbreak of Covid-19, the company and the Kenyan side have made every effort to fight against the epidemic. After the Kenyatta University Hospital completed by the company was designated as a national hospital for centralized isolation and treatment in Kenya, in order to meet the admission standards, all the staff of the project team worked overtime and worked overnight to overcome multiple difficulties, and it took less than two weeks to complete the renovation of the isolation area and infectious disease department. And after that, at the risk of being infected, the team worked continuously for 7 hours to solve the malfunctioning oxygen plants, ensuring an uninterrupted supply of medical oxygen during patient treatment. During the epidemic, the company donated anti-epidemic materials to Kenya through various channels. All the projects in Kenya took multiple measures to continue to promote the project construction under the adverse impact of the epidemic, which provided more than 600 jobs for locals.