Corporate Social Responsibility: Current Situation in Angola

11 Apr 2013

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with the support of the Spanish Agency for Cooperation and Development (SAICD) considered relevant to conduct a study to assess the current the state of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Angola.


While conducting this assessment of CSR practices, it expected that a common ground between the different parties is established, that leads to effective cooperation between the government, businesses, NGOs and other partners around the Corporate Social Responsibility in Angola. Therefore, only with a joint effort and unification of all entities it will be possible and enhance human development in Angola.


For the development of the Corporate Social Responsibility study, several public and private companies with representations in the Angolan market were analyzed, in terms of the volume of business, in nine sectors and distinct activities, ending in a sample of 100 companies selected: Construction 12; Telecommunications 8; Transports 8; Energy & Water 3; Mining Industry 9; Beverages 4; Retail 8; Finance 31; Oil & Gas 16; Diverse 1