2012 main report
The 2012 Corporate Sustainable Investor Report

The 2012 Report is the first ever widely disseminated and inclusive compendium which covers all sustainability activities all over Nigeria every year, inclusive of indigenous businesses, multinationals, governments and multi-lateral partnerships, and is modelled after international reports on sustainable investment.

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Sectors Analysed
The 2012 Corporate Sustainable Investors Report (CSIR) featured a total of 75 organisations across 10 sectors
Automotive & Transport
Business Services
Financial Services
Bekeme Masade-Olowola
“A world with less poverty, hunger and disease, greater survival prospects for mothers and their infants, better educated children, equal opportunities for women, and a healthier environment.”

This vision, encapsulated in the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals, remains very relevant today as it was in year 2000 when the challenge was first thrown at the developing world.

Sadly, these global aspirations remain largely unrealised in Africa, and in Nigeria in particular. Whether this can be attributed to the dissonance between public and private sector interpretation of the concept of sustainability, or the unfortunate displacement of true collective and corporate social responsibility (CSR) with philanthropy, remains debatable. In 1987, when the United Nations released the Brundtland Report, a publication focused on the multilateralism and interdependence of nations in the quest for a sustainable development path, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) universe had its operational essence redefined. It said: “Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”

Bekeme Masade-Olowola
Chief Executive, CSR-in-Action


The objectives of this report supports a philosophy which I have pontified for some time now - 'AFRICAPITALISM'

Tony ELumelu
Tony Elumelu, MFR
Chairman, Heirs Holdings

This publication comes at a unique & opportune time in history for the private sector & especially those within companies responsible for planning & executing Corporate Social Responsibility measures & projects.

Christiana Figueres
Christiana Figueres
Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

It pays off when we have developed a sound relationship with a neighbouring business to mutual advantage & to the advantage of the whole community.

Sir Mark Moody-Stuart
Sir Mark Moody-Stuart
Chairman, United Nations Global Compact Foundation (UNGCF)
With over 200 organisations featured in our 2012 report, discover how each organisation performed in this complete 2012 compilation of the Corporate Social Responsibilty and social investment initiatives in Nigeria.
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