Community Impact

Ensuring that communities remain resilient is at the heart of the Frans Indongo Group’s community empowerment and impact philosophy

“At the heart of the Frans Indongo Group is empowering communities by supporting initiatives to enhance the livelihood of our communities through strategic social investments”


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N$1.3 Million

Contributed towards drought relief

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N$1 Million

Donated to government’s COVID-19 emergency

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Contribution towards Twloloka informal settlement

In times of crisis, we know that securing lives and livelihoods makes a world of difference to ensuring that societies emerge unbroken. That’s why the Frans Indongo Group has contributed to national emergency relief efforts over the years, with millions having been spent on supporting government’s drought relief, health relief efforts.

Countless examples exist of our drive to shape today for a more resilient and beautiful tomorrow, with much support being provided on a needs basis for community relief efforts. As a company with a vested interest in food security and promoting a healthy nation, being able to support national and community efforts in trying times is not only a social responsibility, but also an honour!

Human Resources Impact

Our close to 1000 people form the engine that propel our Group forward. Their insights and expertise allow FIG to thrive as a business and to create positive socioeconomic impacts on the Namibian landscape. It is for this reason that we invest in the development of their skills – upskilling them to take on new responsibilities and providing them with opportunities to rise to their full potential in the organisation.

Frans Indongo Trust

The Frans Indongo Trust was established in 1987 to manage its Funds and ensure the sustainability thereof, to oversee the conduct of and governance by the Trustees, and to perform various corporate social investment activities on behalf of the Group.