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Republic Cement Recognized as Top Stakeholder of DepEd Iligan

  • The Stakeholders’ forum cum Brigada Eskwela & Awarding of Best Implementing School 2018

  • Republic Cement Iligan Plant recognized as the number 1 stakeholder of the Department of Education in Iligan

  • Republic Cement continues its commitment to support academic projects in its CSR program roadmap

Iligan City – The Republic Cement Iligan Plant accepted a plaque of recognition from the Department of Education Iligan for being its top stakeholder at a ceremony during the One Day Stakeholder’s forum cum Brigada Eskwela & Awarding of Best Implementing School 2018 at Plaza Alemania Hotel, Iligan City. In attendance were other DepEd Iligan stakeholders alongside heads of elementary and secondary schools and Iligan City barangay captains.

Republic Cement Community Relations Officer Jamaica Gonzales stood on-stage alongside the Iligan City School’s Division Superintendent Emmalinda E. Duhaylungsod, PhD, CESO V and Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Nympha R. Lago PhD as three secondary and two elementary schools from Iligan City and neighboring communities received awards as the top implementing schools of Brigada Eskwela 2018 in the Division of Iligan.

“Congratulations to Republic Cement Iligan Plant for being the number one stakeholder of the Dep Ed Iligan during the Brigada Eskwela 2018,” says Brigada Eskwela Dalipuga National High School Coordinator Ritchel Jimenez. “We are looking forward to your continuous support in the years to come.”

Republic Cement Iligan Plant, through its Community Relations Division, has been a consistent supporter of the Department of Education Iligan programs. As Iligan Plant Manager Michael Madayag affirms, “This award attests to Republic Cement’s continuing support for the education of our local constituents. In fact, 30% our SDMP budget is earmarked for educational programs and a large portion of our CSR roadmap has been allocated towards programs that support the youth, such as scholarships, skills training, school supplies, learning materials, infrastructure programs.”


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