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.
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.
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