Corporate Social Responsibility

Spectranet Limited is a socially responsible corporate organization. The company has a very good track record of corporate social initiatives. Our Corporate Social Responsibility is driven by a vision to be an exemplary corporate citizen. We believe in the well- being of the people and communities where we do business. Our Social investments aur various projects and donations across Nigeria. Since inception we have continued to contribute to major areas that affect national development especially in health care services, education, and youth development amongst others.

Health Services

Tulsi Chanrai Foundation (TCF) with the Mission to ensure healthy Nigeria have been playing an instrumental role in enhancing accessibility, affordability and effectiveness of health care services in remote areas of Nigeria. The foundation’s vision is that every Nigerian should have access to primary health care, safe drinking water and eye care. TCF focus areas are restoring sight, providing access to primary health care and ensuring the supply of safe drinking water. Spectranet Limited has contributed immensely to support TCF in some of these areas. Each focus area is considered a mission in itself at TCF and dedicated resources, time and expert attention is allocated:


The Nigerian Business Coalition Against AIDS (NiBUCAA) is a Business Membership Organization (BMO) established on February 15, 2003, as the voice of the private sector response to HIV and AIDS in Nigeria.

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Rotary Club of Lagos Island (RCLI) District 9110 was chartered in 2016 and has within a short period made big strides in “Service to Society”.

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Education is fundamental to the development of the economy. As part of SPECTRANET’s contribution to its development, we have provided educational materials to the less privileged children in the society.

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Little Sisters of the Poor

Little sisters of the poor, located in Enugu Nigeria, is a home for the elderly. The home takes care of more than 65 elderly people who have no one else to turn to.

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