Due to the evolving outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), SunCulture’s Main Office in Nairobi will remain closed to reduce health risks to our clients and staff, with all HQ staff working from home. Our Sales and Service Centers remain open and our field operations are still ongoing including after-sales support and installations by our engineers. Please be assured that our staff are making all necessary accommodations to proactively assist our clients in a safe manner.
Our vision is to build a world where people take control of their environment in rewarding, sustainable ways. We do this by developing and commercializing life-changing technology that solves the biggest daily challenges for the world’s 570m smallholder farming households.
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SunCulture's Anti-Bribery Commitment
SunCulture is committed to complying with the all applicable laws and best corporate governance practices, wherever we operate. It is a core aspect of our mission to act with integrity in all of our operations. The Board of Directors of SunCulture expects all employees to comply with both the letter and the spirit of the law and governance codes. SunCulture affirms that it will not pay or procure the payment of a bribe or unlawful fee to encourage the proper performance of a task or one which is intended or likely to compromise the integrity of another. We will not accept any payment, give or inducement from a third part which is intended to compromise our own integrity. SunCulture has communicated this policy to all its employees, to ensure that its commitment to integrity and legal compliance is followed. When we contract with a third part we will insist that they acknowledge our commitment to good governance and that they in turn require the same high standards of those they engage.
Any person who believe the SunCulture or its staff are involved in bribery and corruption is encouraged to report their concerns to Joan Sigu (firstname.lastname@example.org)