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Charity in Practice, Lifan Motors Extends into Ethiopia


On 30th, Jan., 2018, Ethiopian MUDAY Charity Association held a donation ceremony in Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia. Deputy general manager of Lifan Motors Ethiopia--Ma Qun took participation for the second time together with the representatives of Lifan staff, donating 100000 Birr to the organization in the meantime, which means Lifan Motors has expanded its charity career again, practicing the globalizing of Lifan cares through actual action.


Ma Qun said on the ceremony that”Lifan Motors has always been strengthening our sense of social responsibility, devoting ourselves to the assistance for those needed all around the world. In Ethiopia, Lifan Motors also takes charity as a significant part of enterprise mission, so we are quite willing to give a hand to the work of MUDAY. Lifan Motors has established factory, sales exhibition hall, sales and after-sales center in Ethiopia and posses a team of 185 staff by far. With the coming of Lifan industry 2.0 in Ethiopia, our need for talents will increase day by day. We are willing to provide more chance to the children of MUDAY in the future. As the primary plan, 3 to 5 children with extraordinary performance might be chosen to receive comprehensive training in Lifan Motors in order to make a good preparation for working here. ”


After the ceremony, all the children of MUDAY visited the factory of Lifan Motors Ethiopia in eastern industry zone with the accompany of Lifan staff representatives. With a more deeply understanding to Lifan Motors, all of them expressed their strong willingness for working in Lifan in the future, learning more professional knowledge about automobiles, expanding their horizon of globalization.


Muday Charity Association is a non-governmental charity association which has existed for 15 years, who has accepted over 800 women and children. They arrange classroom, dormitory, nursery room for handicapped children in a very simple yard, through which they are perfectly self-sustaining, meanwhile, they also made some food (like bread, injera), traditional clothes and handiwork by themselves, and raises some money by selling them.