AES Philippines’ Connect-a-School Project

AES Connect-a-School Project aims to connect public high schools and elementary schools to educational media facilities and on-line management learning system that has curriculum-based, multi resources in key learning areas, i.e. Math, Science, English, Filipino and Social Studies.

Recently, AES Philippine Power Foundation (APF) forged a partnership with Knowledge Channel Foundation to connect 38 public high schools and elementary schools within the franchise areas of Pampanga I Electric Cooperative, San Jose City Electric Cooperative and La Union Electric Cooperative.

This AES Connect-a-School Project will form part of AES Philippines’ CSR for Electric Cooperatives where AES considers the member-consumer of its partner electric cooperatives as its own communities.

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In Photo (L-R): AES Philippine Foundation Head Cynthia V. Pantoñal; Moazzam Nazir, APF Board of Trustee; Kim de Leon, APF Board of Trustee, Chrys Herrera, AES Philippines VP-Commercial Affairs; Andrew Joseph Horrocks, APF Chairman and President and Country Manager of AES Philippines; Rina Lopez-Bautista, President and Executive Director, Knowledge Channel Foundation (KCFI); Jerome Montemayor, KCFI Senior Manager – Resource Mobilization; Marilou Tioseco, KCFI Resource Mobilization Officer; Atty. Irvin Fabella, APF Board of Trustee and Frieda Rodriguez, APF Board of Trustee