The CSR activities of the Poro Point Management Corporation (PPMC) are focused on programs for its biggest stakeholder, the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and project-affected communities.
In responding to the needs of its stakeholders, PPMC is guided by its CSR philosophy: "We at PPMC are committed to fulfill our mandates to our stakeholders by improving the quality of life of and giving dignity to our workforce, our families, and the communities that we develop through the conversion of former military bases and other properties into premier sustainable centers of economic growth."
Partner Agency Projects/Programs - PPMC extended its support to the following projects and programs spearheaded by partner agencies.
Employment Generation - One of the major goals of the bases conversion and development program is the creation of jobs to benefit the local communities. Since the creation of the Poro Point Special Economic and Freeport Zone and eventually the Poro Point Freeport Zone, livelihood opportunities have been generated for the impact areas. Thousands have been directly employed by the locators and contractors doing business inside the zone.
1. Brigada Eskwela 2. “Love Mother Earth” Coastal Clean-up Drive & International Coastal Clean-up 3. Beautification Program inside the Zone 4. Poro Marine Protected Area Project
In line with Poro Point Management Corporation’s (PPMC) mandate as a socially responsible corporate citizen, PPMC has undertaken programs, initiatives and activities geared towards addressing issued related to health, education, environment, and livelihood as well as strengthening linkages with its stakeholders. 1. Bloodletting Program for PPFZ 2. Medical & Dental Mission 3. Disease Prevention and feeding Program 4. Supported the 585th Air Base- Philippine Air Force Annual Gift Giving & Feeding Program
The Poro Point Freeport Zone used to house the former Wallace Air Station. The enactment of Republic Act 7227 (Bases Conversion and Development Act) on March 19, 1992 and Proclamation No. 216 on July 27, 1993 effectively transferred the stewardship of the Freeport to the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) to facilitate its conversion into a productive economic growth center.
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