SAN FERNANDO, Cebu (June 23, 2022) — Solid Earth Development Corp. (SEDC) continues to support communities, whether to build or restore facilities Super Typhoon Odette destroyed last December.
The company has since helped concrete a portion of a municipal road, and repair a barangay building and a school stage.
These SEDC undertook as part of its Social Development Management Program (SDMP), according to Mitzie Almira I. Carin, division manager for human resource and administration.
She said the company provided financial assistance for the purchase of construction materials and assumed the labor cost to concrete a hundred meters of the 4-inch thick and 2.8-meter-wide road in Ilaya.
SEDC turned over the project to the municipality last March 22, 2022.
Meanwhile, the company that operates mining sites in the uplands of San Fernando, Cebu helped repair the multi-purpose building (MPB) of Barangay Tinubdan that sustained damages caused by the super typhoon last December.
It provided financial assistance for labor cost and materials to restore the building that houses the barangay office and health center, then turned it over by March 30, 2022, Carin disclosed.
“Knowing that we have been for a time in financial instability, your (SEDC) donation is extra special to us. Thank you for your generous financial support during these hard times,” said Tinubdan barangay captain Dioscoro Pacquiao.
In the barangay’s adjacent northeast neighbor, Tonggo, the company helped repair the stage of Tonggo Integrated School, spending for labor and materials as well, turning it over earlier today, June 23, 2022.
The school’s outstanding students who performed well despite studying from home using modules to learn their lessons in the last academic year 2021-2022 received medals SEDC donated to the Department of Education (DepEd).
Through the two DepEd districts of San Fernando, the company gave last June 10, 2022 a total of 3,600 pieces of medals that the schools used to recognize honor students during their respective graduation and recognition exercises.