The continued spread and effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) are disrupting the everyday lives of people, society and businesses alike, and triggering inevitable and reasonable concerns among us all.
Alongside our ongoing commitment to supporting many of the critical systems on which the Caribbean relies every day, we have made it a priority to look at where Fujitsu technology and innovation can support the response to COVID-19.
We build collaborative partnerships to engage and empower communities to help create positive social impact.
Fujitsu continues to invest in the success of the next generation. We are passionate about uncovering potential and opening up a world of possibilities for our youth.
Annually, we enable young adults to acquire experience in the work environment and support them in exploring future career aspirations. Our interns are afforded opportunities to have hands-on experience in their assigned teams and also learn about our business.
With technology being at the center-stage of education today, we partnered with the Kiwanis Club of New Kingston to set up a mathematics clinic at the Rollington Town Primary School to support more than 2,000 children with their studies, putting them on a path for success.
We are a proud sponsor of HackTT, a competitive event hosted by the National ICT Company Limited, where tertiary-level students across Trinidad and Tobago worked on software projects, with the goal of creating solutions to be used by the Government, for the benefit of the citizens.
It is our custom during the yuletide season, to volunteer our time to hand over toys and gifts to the children and staff at St. Simon’s Basic School located in Admiral Town in Kingston.
We are fully committed to reducing our environmental impact across the scope of our operations and through services we deliver to customers
We are committed to environmental sustainability to ensure a clean and healthy future for generations to come. To this end, we donated fruit trees to the Maxfield Park Childrens’ Home.
We continue to contribute to the realization of comfortable, safe, secure and sustainable society and rich natural environment for future generations by g playing our part to reduce the environmental burden.
We are committed to developing a diverse and enabled workforce from the widest talent pools. We promote respect for people and equal opportunities for all
International Day of Persons with Disabilities is celebrated worldwide and Fujitsu is a proud supporter, as we want to increase the awareness, understanding and acceptance of persons with disabilities and celebrate their achievements and contributions.
We work hard to foster a Positive Health Culture at Fujitsu, an approach which supports a whole person, whole organization approach to Wellbeing
Annually, we participate in Walk For The Cure, one of the Caribbean's largest fund-raising and educational initiatives for cancer, aimed at increasing cancer awareness across 16 Caribbean territories, whose proceeds go towards the purchase and maintenance of equipment used in cancer diagnosis and treatment, as well as to provide financial assistance, care and counselling to patients and their families.