Issue of October 1, 2017
Mt. Province

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‘Pailaw sa Paaralan’ program benefits six city public schools
by PIO release

Six public elementary schools in the city benefitted from the Pailaw sa Paaralan program, a corporate social responsibility intervention of the Benguet Electric Cooperative.

In his letter to Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan, Beneco General Manager Gerardo P. Verzosa said the schools that benefitted from the program are Dontogan Elementary School, Quezon Hill ES, Pacday Quinio ES, San Carlos ES, Adiwang ES, and Bonifacio ES.

Verzosa said the other schools lined up for the program are Joaquin Smith ES, Camp 7 ES, Lindawan ES, Doña Aurora ES, and Rizal Extension ES.

Under the Pailaw sa Paaralan, the electrical facilities of the schools are put in place by Beneco personnel to guarantee that the schools’ electrical installations comply with the Philippine Electrical Code among other laws, rules and regulations to ensure the safety and protection of students, teachers, and non-teaching staff.

Beneco Network Services Department Manager Melchor Licoben said the program is funded under the coop’s CSR interventions to help improve the energization and lighting of public schools in Baguio and Benguet.

He said that in Baguio, the schools that benefitted from the program already have electrical connections and Beneco merely improved the connections in the classrooms and other installations.

In Benguet, the program covers the full energization of different schools in remote communities in the province.

Schools interested to avail of the program must write Beneco.

A technical team will then be sent to the school to assess the electrical installations or the actual needs of the school to guide the electric cooperative in the preparation of the program of work or the activities that must be done.

He said the implementation of the program depends on available CSR funds.

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