ABS Consulting Group has received the World Quality Commitment Award in the Gold Category level at the 2014 International Quality Awards event presided over by Jose E. Prieto, look http://dailycoffeenews.com/wp-content/plugins/pippity/pty_analytics.class.php President and CEO, BID Group.
The firm’s Directors Amos Bagumire and Moses Ssebugwawo were present in the Hyatt Regency, Paris Etoile Palais des Congrès Convention Hall recently to receive the accolade.
The Ugandan management consulting firm offers risk, financial, human resource and other business advisory solutions to a diverse clientele throughout Uganda and the entire East African region, assisting its clients to improve, streamline and upgrade their business operations.
Three years since its inception, this award endorses the firm’s value for making quality a core focus for continuous improvement of management to maintain leadership in its sector and community.
“This is a golden milestone that gives gratification for hard work and total commitment. We have walked a three year business journey which has registered several successes but also challenges which have propelled us to the level we are at today. Knowing that we were the only Ugandan firm that was recognized, we are humbled and also driven even further to make a greater impact in the business service industry,” commented Amos Bagumire, the firm’s Managing Director.
Moses Ssebugwawo, the Director of Operations, added, “I couldn’t agree better with my colleague Amos, the award has made us proud, given us more reason to continue serving our clients diligently, but also challenged us to retain the benchmark that has been set”
The purpose of the 2014 World Quality Commitment Award was to recognize the commitment to quality of those awarded in the top areas of business, services and industry.
The awardees are recognized successful organizations in creating a firm ground for the implementation of integral quality processes through technology and procedures of the model of total quality management.
“The award recipients are icons of commitment to leadership, technology and innovation, making them models for others in their sector” Jose E. Prieto applauded.
A report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has noted that there is need to curb greenhouse gas emissions while it is still ‘technically and economically possible’ to avoid dangerous anthropogenic climate change.
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“Small solar lights are available now, and these can help build the trust and knowledge needed for larger domestic and commercial low carbon emitting systems and greater levels of renewable energy adoption across Africa,” the report showed.
The IPCC report added, “In the majority of low-concentration stabilization scenarios, the share of low carbon electricity supply increases from the current share of approximately 30% to more than 80% by 2050.”
“Fossil fuels without carbon capture and storage will need to be phased out entirely by the end of the century,” it asserted.
“Where they are given the choice, millions of families all across Africa are already turning to clean, safe solar lighting in their homes, reducing pollution, improving health and saving around 15% of their annual income.”
“This, followed by launches like the ‘Light the Way’ project by SolarAid, is geared at orienting people across Africa working towards a sustainable future.”
“From what we’ve seen so far, a low-carbon future will definitely be a future that is brighter,” the report also showed.