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Arts & culture books for Rapu-Rapu public schools
By Merlita Lorena Tariman

June 9, 2012

The book donation, just like the summer arts camp, is part of the many corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives of the Rapu-Rapu Polymetallic Project (RRPP), largest copper-zinc mine in the province of Albay.

            On March 6, this year, RRPP launched Yudi Man at Rapu-Rapu Central Elementary School and Carogcog Elementary School and introduced the art of storytelling to promote love for reading books among schoolchildren.
By Merlita Lorena Tariman 
May 31, 2012   

Even AS “Gipaw Rapu-Rapu,” the first NCCA arts and culture summer camp, closes it leaves behind a blueprint for a fresh approach to community tree-planting against which similar endeavors in the future may possibly be gauged.

The camp organizers call it tree parenting, a perfect method of making sure the seedlings planted are nurtured to full growth not just deposited in the ground and left to the mercy of the elements.

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