Danoffice IT joined the United Nations Global Compact in 2007, being part of the world´s largest sustainability & citizenship initiative. A network-based initiative with the Global Compact Office and six UN agencies at its core.
The Global Compact involves all relevant social actors: companies, whose actions it seeks to influence; governments, labour, civil society organizations, and the United Nations as an authoritative convener and facilitator.
Danoffice IT wishes to demonstrate our continuing commitment by documenting our progresses made on the ten principles in an annual Communication On Progress (COP) report. The ten CSR principles have been integrated in all organizational levels from strategic, to tactical and operational level. Our Communication On Progress (COP) will communicate the progresses made to the international society for documentation and inspiration.
You can download historical CSR/COP documentation here below:
Being part of the global society, Danoffice IT believes it is important to have an active Corporate Social Responsibility policy and operating according to the values we believe in. Our CSR and progresses on the subject are communicated to our partners and staff through company staff manual, posters placed within our premises and on the Danoffice corporate web site.
AGAINST POACHING CSR ACTIVITY
Poaching is one of the critical threats and increased exponentially over the past 10 years, as the black market prices for ivory has jumped. Elephants, Rhinos and other endangered spices faces the real risk of extinction unless the international community takes stronger action.
Danoffice IT, have decided to contribute through a Corporate Social Responsibility activity named AGAINST POACHING.
We want to help, and we are presently actively involved supporting leading conservation organization in the fight against poaching or illegal trade. In Suriname in the northeastern part of South America we are collaborating with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and started implementation of the use of civil conservation drones to monitor marine life activities.
In South Africa, we have started “the fight against poaching” in close collaboration with the Gondwana Foundation and its team of rangers bringing the UAV technology closer to the field. The Huginn X1 civilian drone will be testing in differing conditions and scenarios in order to establish a set of standard operating procedures tailored to working with wildlife conservation in the African bush. We foresee that these drones will quickly become the front line for the defiance of Africa’s endangered species.
We want to build awareness, donate and bring technologies to support this cause.
- Fight against poaching is an important cause for our environment
- Information Technologies are part of the solution
Join the movement now: www.facebook.com/AgainstPoaching