Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives

Community Development and Scholarship Programs

Community Development Program
To date APEC and its partners have invested PhP62.3M on Community Development projects identified by the beneficiary communities as shown below.



Community Development Project

Beneficiary

% Completion

1 Multipurpose Pavement Colayo

100%

2

Aggregate and sand for Day Care Center

Colayo

100%

3

Day Care Center

Colayo

100%

4

Multi-Purpose Building

Balatoc

100%

5

Computers and Generator Set

Balatoc

100%

6

Desktop Computers Guina-ang (Upper Pasil) 100%
7

Livelihood (Blacksmithing/Electric Meter)

Upper Uma

100%

8

Footpath at Sitio Bangtetan

Upper Uma

100%

9

Mag Mag-an Washing Shed

Upper Uma

100%

10

Barangay Hall

Upper Uma

100%

11

Livelihood (Blacksmithing/Electric Meter)

Lower Uma

100%

12

Barangay Hall

Lower Uma

100%

13

Colong Community Irrigation System

Lower Uma

100%

14

Payao Footpath/Walkway

Lower Uma

100%

15

Livelihood (Blacksmithing/Electric Meter)

Western Uma

100%

16

Latawan Water Source

Western Uma

100%

17

Portable Rice Mills, Laptops and Cement

Western Uma

100%

18

Hand Tractors

Bangad (Tinglayan)

100%

19

Two-Room School Building

Dangtalan (Lower Pasil)

100%



All of these Community Development Projects have been full and successfully completed and turned over to the resepctive community beneficiaries.
 

Kalinga Geothermal Scholarships

The Kalinga Geothermal Scholarship Program continues to provide quality tertiary education to 130 scholars every school year from the eight ancestral domains within the GRESC contract area. The program provides for full and partial scholarships, and subsidizes the tuition fees and stipends of grantees in the amount of PhP3.7 million annually.

For School Year 2018-2019, Full Scholars and Educational Assistance Program (EAP) grantees of Balatoc, Colayo, Dangtalan and Uma will continue being the resource area and road access. In other ancestral domains such as Tongrayan, Bangad, Guina-ang and Dalupa-Ableg, and Ableg, incumbent scholars will be allowed to continue until such time that they complete thier respective courses within prescribed timeframe.


From its inception in school year 2010-2011 up to 2018-2019, the Kalinga project partners have invested P35.9M in the program. To date, 351 scholarship grantees have been provided with opportunities for higher education. Of this number, 221 have graduated in the fields of earth sciences and engineering, accounting, law and medicine. Of this number, four are licensed engineers, seven are licensed teachers, three are policemen, and a licensed geologist, lawyer, registered nurse and deacon.
 

Consistent with the scholarship program objective, it is noteworthy that three graduates have been hired direclty for the Kalinga Geothermal project - one licensed engineer and two licensed geologist.
 


 

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