CMPCI has always believed in training and empowering the next generation. Through our social develop...
CMPCI has always believed in training and empowering the next generation. Through our social development arm, KA ELIONG FOUNDATION, INC., we sponsor students who are not capable to compensate for their educational needs.
To date, Ka Eliong has more than a hundred scholars from elementary, high school and college. Along with their parents, the scholars are trained to value the importance of education and are introduced to the concept of responsibility and accountability.
Graduate scholars give back to the foundation by supporting an incoming scholar upon their employment. In that way, the fulfillment of the foundation’s mission and vision is ensured to the stakeholders.
Nayon ng Kabataan, located at Acacia Lane, Welfareville Compound, Mandaluyong City shelters at least...
Nayon ng Kabataan, located at Acacia Lane, Welfareville Compound, Mandaluyong City shelters at least two hundred ( 200 ) children, who are either, orphaned, abandoned, neglected, abused, victims of child labor, etc. Since 2008, CMPCI has been Nayon ng Kabataan’s sponsor partner in its child care endeavor through:
• Gifts and Donations for its Christmas and Anniversary Parties
• Leveling of its Football Grounds
• Construction of Pathways, Waiting Shed and Storage Area
• School Supplies, Uniforms, Clothing and Hygiene Basic Needs and Utilities
Some of the strongest typhoons had hit the country for the past years and had left some areas in dis...
Some of the strongest typhoons had hit the country for the past years and had left some areas in disastrous condition. Throughout the calamity, CMPCI stands firm to its commitment to help, to mobilize its people, and to provide equipment and resources, to save lives and properties, and to help in the clearing operations.
At the time CMPCI was undergoing construction of its MCAP ‘s Philippine Secondary National Roads Development Project (SNRDP) Contract Package I for the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Roads and Bridges from Buray Junction to Barangay Tirani of Paranas, Samar in the year 2013, supertyphoon “ Yolanda ” devastated the Philippines. It was CMPCI, together with other private contractors in the area, that spearheaded the clearing operations to bring about disaster relief operations. CMPCI deployed its dump trucks, payloaders, graders, and other road clearing equipment to clear heavily damaged roads and bridges, e.g. San Juanico bridge, Tacloban City, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, Palo, Leyte, etc.
CMPCI and the rest of the local private contractors were lauded for their quick response. Refer to Philippine Daily Inquirer write-up Nov. 18, 2013.