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Programa para kareng Katutubung Aeta

Launching of the Phase II Aeta Family Care Centers: Roots to Shoots (FCC-RTS) Program, an initiative brought to life by the tireless efforts of the Clark Development Corporation and its dedicated partners.
This program’s launch marks a new chapter of empowerment, growth, and development for the Aeta families in our communities. The FCC-RTS Program has been meticulously designed to provide sustainable livelihood and food security, mother and child care, and water access, sanitation and hygiene programs to our Aeta community. This is a testament to CDC and its partners’ unwavering dedication to Corporate Social Responsibility.
In his message, Mayor Crisostomo Garbo stated that he is committed to fostering partnerships that bring about inclusive growth and development for all our residents. “This initiative is a shining example of how such partnerships can transform lives and communities,” Garbo said.
“I want to express my heartfelt appreciation to Clark Development Corporation and all its partners – Bloomberry, Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Manila Water and World Vision, for this noble initiative. Your commitment to social responsibility and community development is not just commendable but inspiring. It is through such efforts that we can truly build a more inclusive and prosperous society,” the mayor added.
Beneficiaries of the Roots to Shoots program come from Marcos Village and Sitio Calapi in Mabalacat City. Also in photos are CDC Vice President Jose Dela Rosa, CDC AVP Rommel Narciso, Louis Genesis David of NCIP, Filipina Laurena of Bloombery, Sebastian Quiniones and Pamela Castro of Pilipinas Shell, Reginald Andal of Manila Water, Jun Godornes of World Vision, Jose Aubrey Pelayo of Mabalacat city LGU, and Alvin Sibal of Bamban LGU.

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