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Learn more: Kia’s Green Light Project November 4th, 2014

As a global automaker, Kia always looks for chances to help make the world a better place, and Kia’s Green Light Project is just one of the ways in which Kia is giving back to local communities. As one of Kia’s leading corporate social responsibility projects, the Green Light Project provides children in underprivileged regions of the world with the resources to move forward—whether it is through schools, community facilities, or transportation. Most recently, Kia opened a Green Light School in Malawi, giving the local community in this Southeast African nation greater access to educational resources and encouraging social mobility.

Learn more about the Green Light Project and how it has been impacting the local communities in Africa through the video below which is being aired globally on Bloomberg TV starting today and throughout the month of November!

By 2016, Kia will be expanding the Green Light Project to include areas outside of Africa, helping the younger generation navigate its way to a better future. As a global automaker, Kia always seeks opportunities to help grow with local communities and firmly believes in the value of corporate social responsibility.

Read more about the background behind the project at the link below: