During working hours, members of staff of the Middlesea Group helped to rehabilitate the Wied ta’ Rdum area in the park by removing dead trees and branches, restoring rubble walls, the installation of watering systems and the planting of 200 trees including olive and carob trees.
Alfredo Munoz, Middlesea Insurance’s President and CEO, who also attended the tree planting event expressed his strong support for this initiative. “As part of our CSR programme we believe in investing both in our employees and the environment they inhabit. Such initiatives enable us to put our values into action.”
David Curmi, CEO of MSV Life added, “It gives us a lot of satisfaction to enable our employees to do their part in improving our environment. We believe that being socially responsible is a key element to any business’s success.”
Middlesea Group also presented a donation to Carmen Sammut, Chairperson of the Heritage Parks Federation.
Majjistral Nature and History Park is Malta’s first natural national park after the area in the northwest of Malta which includes the coastal area from Golden Bay to il-Prajjiet and Xaghra l-Hamra was declared as such by the Government of Malta in 2007. The Park’s area includes a stretch of 6km of protected coast designated as part of a larger Special Area of Conservation of International Importance within the Natura 2000 network of sites as per the European Habitats Directive. It also contains a number of historical and archaeological sites. The Park is a member of the EUROPARC Federation which represents protected areas in 35 countries.
Middlesea Insurance p.l.c. (C-5553) is authorised by the Malta Financial Services Authority to carry on both Long Term and General Business under the Insurance Business Act, 1998. MSV Life p.l.c. is authorised by the Malta Financial Services Authority to carry on long term business under the Insurance Business Act 1998. 16122014 878.