• Monday, July 15, 2024
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School children avail education boost through upcycled uniform bags

Kazih Kits, a leader in sustainable fashion and uniform production, has announced a groundbreaking initiative aimed at empowering education through the innovative upcycling of GardaWorld security personnel uniforms.

This innovative venture that makes available upcycled uniform bags is believed will help boost the education quest of many school children.

Chinedu Azih, the managing director at Kazih Kits Limited disclosed that the company was delighted to collaborate with GardWorld in bringing the vision to reality.

He further explained that by providing school children with these durable and stylish bags, Kazih Kits aims to enhance their learning experience and encourage them to pursue their educational goals with pride and determination.

“We are thrilled to partner with GardaWorld on this initiative,” he said.

“Kazih Kits transforms GardaWorld uniforms into sustainable school bags for children,” he added.

Moreover, Azih explained that the project, which transforms used uniforms into durable, eco-friendly school bags, is set to make a significant impact on the lives of hundreds of school children.

A legacy of duty, courage, and change

Azih pointed out that the product besides being eco-friendly, offers the users opportunity for change and audacity of confidence. He reiterated that every stitch in these school bags carries the legacy of duty and courage embodied by GardaWorld security personnel.

“By repurposing these uniforms, Kazih Kits not only reduces environmental waste but also gives these garments a second life, symbolising resilience and adaptability,” he explained.

In addition, he said; “This initiative underscores the importance of sustainability and community support in today’s world.”

Supporting Education and Sustainability

Speaking on how the innovation supports education and sustainability, Azih disclosed that the upcycled bags are more than just functional items.

“They are a symbol of hope and a tool for educational empowerment,” he said.

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