TACLOBAN CITY- The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) with the support of the Department of Education (DepEd) held the turn-over of their 1-unit, two classrooms school building in Caranhug Primary School at Javier, Leyte. In his turn-over message, Ryan Añasco, principal specialist, Corporate Affairs Department of the NGCP, said that the newly-constructed school building will always look for opportunities to provide the younger generation to finish their studies and uplift their way of life.
Through its corporate social responsibility program, Añasco said that the NGCP has been providing development assistance to its host communities. The recent turnover of classrooms in public schools aims to accommodate the increased number of enrollees for this year. “In fulfilling our commitment to the Filipino people and as part of their corporate social responsibility program, education is one of NGCPs advocacy,” Añasco said in his message. The classroom school building will accommodate 120 students who have received also school supplies from the NGCP. “We are very thankful for the opportunity given to us in helping the Caranhug Primary School especially to the student,” Añasco added. Also, the NGCP is also thankful for the support of the Don Orestes Romualdez Electric Cooperative, Inc. who have donated blackboard to each classroom that the NGCP has constructed. With the new classrooms, the NGCP is hopeful that it will encourage students to go to class and boost the student population. (RYAN GABRIEL LLOSA ARCENAS)