A total of 15 public schools in Porac town in the province will undergo some improvement works that will make them conducive to students' learning and wellbeing.
The move is through the support of the Clark Development Corporation (CDC) as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) program aimed at improving the educational facilities for students in its neighbor communities.
The state-run firm has donated various construction materials that include paints, hollow blocks, cement, lumber, roofing, and steel bars, among others.
CDC president and CEO Noel F. Manankil, in a statement on Wednesday said the donated materials were identified based on the needs of each school as evaluated by the personnel of the CDC�External Affairs Division.
Among the beneficiaries of the project are Salu Elementary School, Balubad Elementary School, Jalung Elementary School, Pulung Santol Elementary School, Palat Elementary School, Pias Elementary School, Pio Elementary School, Mancatian Elementary School and Pulung Santol High School.
Likewise, elementary schools in Planas, Mitla, Sepung Bulaun, Katutubo and Sapang Uwak villages and at Camias Resettlement in Porac also received the same assistance from CDC.
Manankil said the said schools comprise the first batch of recipients under the project.
We have the primary moral obligation to support our local government units (LGUs) and we have a lot of programs in CDC that we want them to be involved, he said.
He added that the state-owned firm, together with its locator companies, will create more strategic and relevant programs for communities especially in terms of education.
We have a high priority for education because we believe that it is what actually equalized everybody in terms of their social status and in Clark, we want everybody to get involved, come up together and plan to have more relevant and more strategic CSR, Manankil said.
Source: Philippines News Agency