ABOUT US

Stallion is a people’s company, completely dedicated to its customers, partners and communities around the facilities in West Africa. It has worked in the Sub Saharan region for the past 50 years by developing businesses around services, agro-commodities, automobiles, steel, mines, plastics & packaging. It has invested notably towards building large-scale local industries in Africa, deploying most recent technologies, generating employment and strongly endorsing the concept of domestic production.

Stallion Empowerment Initiative (SEI) is a philanthropic endeavour of Stallion Group, the foundation was co-founded by Sahil and Sarina Vaswani
in 2019. SEI was launched to create the right opportunities and improve livelihoods of communities in Nigeria.

The foundation attempts to address social issues at both local and national level.
SEI envisions to develop social programmes to initiate sustainable and scalable growth that leave an impact for future generations. In order to
accomplish this, it is important to focus on the three main pillars of social development – education, healthcare and youth empowerment. Since
2019, SEI has a presence in Lagos, Kano and Warri in Nigeria.

In the course of the past year, SEI has introduced programmes to improve the facilities and opportunities for communities in the regions above.
The following programmes have been introduced

  • The Library and Reading initiative for the Schools in Warri.
  • The Scholarship Programme for the Technical High School in Warri.
  • The SEIMask4all Campaign for Women of the farming communities in Kano.
  • Sanitation Education Programme for Girls with Diva Pads in Warri.
  • Covid-19 Relief Programme for medical staff, patients and hospitals in Nigeria.
  • Youth Training Programmes for engineering students at Von auto-assembly plant.
  • Health-Tech initiative with Helium Health to improve data collection for doctors and patients in Warri.
  • The Medical Equipment Initiative to update the facilities and equipment at the PSML Hospital in Warri.