Philex Mining Corp. has allocated more than P400 million for various projects under its Social Development Management Program (SDMP) over the last five years, according to the company’s 2016 Annual Report. “We incurred P117 million for SDMP-related Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives and an aggregate sum of P454 million over the last five years to further our goal of inclusive economic growth and progressive social structures within our areas of operation,” Philex Mining president and CEO Eulalio Austin Jr. said. The company’s CSR campaign is divided into five divisions under the iHELP model, which stands for: I-Information, Education and Communication; H – Health and Sanitation; E – Education; L – Livelihood and Skills Development; and P – Support to Public Infrastructure.

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