G DATA, a German software house focusing on antivirus security solutions and amongst the eldest security software companies in the world, now supports Project Aid The Gambia. One Euro of each security product sold online, the company donates to Jahaly Health Centre and Jahaly/Madina Kindergarten.
“We are very pleased about the cooperation with G DATA. Project Aid The Gambia is close to the people and cares with great dedication to their Gambian employees. We act fairly, honestly and tolerant. Our projects are innovative and sustainable. Project Aid The Gambia and G DATA go well together”, says Matthias Ketteler, member of the board and co-founder of Project Aid The Gambia.
“Social responsibility is a priority at G DATA”, says Kai Figge, CEO and co-founder of G DATA. “The concept of Project Aid The Gambia has convinced us immediately. At Jahaly Health Centre over half a million patients were treated since the clinic was founded. Last year, the number of patients has increased dramatically and Project Aid requires additional assistance.”
A malaria treatment at Jahaly Health Centre, for example, costs one Euro only. Every Euro G DATA donates to Project Aid helps saving a human life. Since the administrative and advertising costs of Project Aid are very low, from every Euro donated about 99 cents reach the projects directly.
“We invite the employees of G DATA to visit our projects in The Gambia. Our “Bushclinic” in Jahaly (“Jahaly Health Centre”) is the best facility of its kind in The Gambia. We are pleased that now people in the smallest country in Africa benefit from the social commitment of G DATA and its employees”, Matthias Ketteler of Project Aid The Gambia says.
The people of Jahaly say “thank you”.
The press release of Project Aid The Gambia you may read | here | (German only)
The press release of G DATA you may read | here | (German only)