2015 Annual Report

Our Values

Livelihood

Host communities were also given training and opportunities to foster their own sustainable growth

  • Selected tribal leaders in Jabonga, Agusan del Norte attended a livelihood workshop conducted by FGen Puyo, enabling them to identify livelihood opportunities in their communities. 36 individuals were trained in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), and 62 were trained in Basic Cosmetology in Batangas. As a result, 71 percent of the trained people are currently employed or earning through their new skills
  • PHP6.5 million in livelihood contracts was awarded to 264 members of four farmer associations in Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija. Certain Bantay Dagat members who form part of the Nagkakaisang Bantay Dagat ng Tingloy also started their own miki noodles and shing-a-ling businesses, for which First Gen provided consultation and assistance for product development and market feasibility.

 

Disaster Response and Relief

Typhoon Lando, considered the worst storm of 2015 for the Philippines, made landfall in October, severely impacting provinces in Northern Luzon and causing a state of calamity to be declared in nine provinces. First Gen provided relief assistance to the victims in the provinces of Nueva Ecija, Nueva Vizcaya, and Aurora in the aftermath of Typhoon Lando, as well as Typhoons Chedeng and Nona of the same year. With the support of First Gen, 4,749 relief packs were provided in partnership with the local governments and the Nueva Ecija II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NEECO II).

 

Socio-Cultural

We give support to the Lopez Museum towards the preservation of Filipino and indigenous culture through collected works and heritage awareness.

 

Employee Volunteerism

First Gen employees willingly rendered 1,803 volunteer hours towards programs that benefited four college scholars, 40 children, 15 institutions, and 1,000 families.

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Livelihood

Host communities were also given training and opportunities to foster their own sustainable growth

  • Selected tribal leaders in Jabonga, Agusan del Norte attended a livelihood workshop conducted by FGen Puyo, enabling them to identify livelihood opportunities in their communities. 36 individuals were trained in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), and 62 were trained in Basic Cosmetology in Batangas. As a result, 71 percent of the trained people are currently employed or earning through their new skills
  • PHP6.5 million in livelihood contracts was awarded to 264 members of four farmer associations in Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija. Certain Bantay Dagat members who form part of the Nagkakaisang Bantay Dagat ng Tingloy also started their own miki noodles and shing-a-ling businesses, for which First Gen provided consultation and assistance for product development and market feasibility.

 

Disaster Response and Relief

Typhoon Lando, considered the worst storm of 2015 for the Philippines, made landfall in October, severely impacting provinces in Northern Luzon and causing a state of calamity to be declared in nine provinces. First Gen provided relief assistance to the victims in the provinces of Nueva Ecija, Nueva Vizcaya, and Aurora in the aftermath of Typhoon Lando, as well as Typhoons Chedeng and Nona of the same year. With the support of First Gen, 4,749 relief packs were provided in partnership with the local governments and the Nueva Ecija II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NEECO II).

 

Socio-Cultural

We give support to the Lopez Museum towards the preservation of Filipino and indigenous culture through collected works and heritage awareness.

 

Employee Volunteerism

First Gen employees willingly rendered 1,803 volunteer hours towards programs that benefited four college scholars, 40 children, 15 institutions, and 1,000 families.

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