At Carmon, whether in a rural environment or around our construction works, the training of populations, with donations of goods and infrastructure in education, health, housing, water and basic sanitation, is something we do whole heartly and much appreciation. At Carmon, we take on challenges with the most vulnerable people or groups because they are the ones who best translate the nature of our values.

Our success cannot be sustainable if we do not contribute directly to the well-being of the communities in which we work, as well as to the well-being of our employees and their families. This is the fundamental reason for our attention in the social sector, in partnership with numerous corporate and institutional actors, including the Angolan State. It is a social and community investment that we promise to maintain and extend, because it reflects the essence of who we are, which makes us deeply proud.

It’s a priority and priceless effort. For us, dressing a child, bringing clean water to the most deprived, donating food to the needy, building a school to plant the seeds of the future, or building social homes and hospitals to protect the lives of the most vulnerable, is as important as building bridges and infrastructures that support the development of this country we love.