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Yumvita Welcomes Pre-School Children Back to School in Sierra Leone

In our bid to compliment Government’s Free Quality Education Initiative and its school feeding program within Sierra Leone, Premium Divine Trading, through their Yumvita brand,  welcomed back to school  about 500 pre-school children from the St. Joseph Pre-School, FAWE Pre-school and the Murray Town Pre-School in February 2022.

During the events, the company used the opportunity to educate pupils on the importance of good nutrition and to also distribute  sachets of Yumvita to about 500 Pre-School children.

Speaking during the ceremony, the Country Manager for Promasidor, Sierra Leone,  Kenneth Konuah, revealed that the back to-school event is geared towards complementing Government’s Free Quality Education Initiative and its school feeding program. He encouraged pupils to cherish healthy snacking by informing their parents or guardians to always buy Yumvita for them, which would help them to grow up healthy.

In his remarks, the Business Development Director at Promasidor, Daniel De-Suza, encouraged pupils to adopt the company’s products, especially Yumvita, which he described as one of the best foods for children and even adults, adding that it is of a high quality and when consumed will definitely nourish the body.

He reiterated the company’s support to the Government’s Free Quality Education Initiative and its School Feeding Program for pupils, adding that inasmuch as children receive quality education it is also important that they receive quality nutrition, which is assured when Yumvita is consumed.

Speaking on behalf of the beneficiaries, the Head Teacher of St. Joseph Pre-School, Marian Turay, expressed gratitude to Premium Divine Trading for choosing her school among others to benefit from the back-to-school event which she described as a laudable venture towards educating pupils about the importance of good nutrition which will help them to grow. She assured the company that as teachers they will relate the information to their parents about the importance of good nutrition, which will make their children healthy and active.