STO. TOMAS, Batangas – IN celebration of a partnership that is continually getting stronger, AP Renewables, Inc. (APRI) – MakBan gathered yet again some 60 stakeholders from host communities, partner agencies, and sectoral groups from the provinces of Laguna and Batangas for its quarterly meeting at the covered court of Brgy. San Felix, this municipality, June 22.
APRI took this opportunity to get to know its host communities, consisting of 7 barangays, 3 municipalities, and 2 provinces, in a deeper and more personal level.
Full of energy and enthusiasm, APRI team members and stakeholders shared stories and talents in a Barrio-Fiesta themed meeting. One of the event’s highlights is the partaking in the boodle fight in a show of solidarity.
Sectoral groups from the three barangays of Sto. Tomas, Batangas made the event more momentous by performing fiesta-themed folk and social dances.
“We are happy that this memorable event was held in our barangay. APRI has always been supportive of its host communities, and we are grateful for all the wonderful things they are extending to us,” said Brgy. San Felix Chairman Nestor Maloles.
APRI, in turn, gave updates on plant operations, target and actual power generation, hiring opportunities, Safety, Health, and Environmental programs, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs, and ER 1-94 projects.
The presence of the stakeholders solidifies APRI’s commitment to being the neighbor of choice in the communities where it operates.
“We want to get to know more about our communities, to listen to their stories of struggles and triumphs. We want to tailor-fit our future programs and initiatives to better address their needs,” said APRI president and COO Felino Bernardo.
APRI, a wholly owned subsidiary of AboitizPower, continues to conduct dialogue with its stakeholders to help transform the understanding and build trust among its host communities.|#BALIKAS_News
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