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the programs in the area of impact are: Road Maintenance, Asorelo-ma (Association of Recyclers of La Loma), Women’s Association of La Loma, Association of Single Mothers of Cienaga and work cooperatives from Plan Bonito and El Hatillo. SoME of tHE RESuLtS: Implementation of the Road Maintenance Program in the municipality of El Paso. 135 single mothers trained through the company Retazos y Carpetas Industriales. training women from the Associa-tion of Single Mothers of Cienaga. 6. StREngtHEnIng InStItutIonS thanks to partnerships with renowned universities, Drum-mond conducts training sessions to improve the institutional strength of public agencies and their employees in formulating and implementing their projects. SoME of tHE RESuLtS: • the creation of funregalías and the Committee for Monitoring and Evaluating Investments of Royalties, CSIR in Spanish. • the implementation of a culture of accountability. • the organization and strengthening of Citizen oversight networks. • Holding a seminar on good governance, at which gov-ernors, mayors, representa-tive and council members elected from the area of influence were trained. www.drummondltd.com 17 5. StREngtHEnIng tHE CoMMunIty through support for productive and environmental initiatives in the communities in its area of influence, Drummond is committed to the overall development of the popu-lation and their environment. Also, in addition to support for existing activities, the company also con-ducts trainings, strengthens leaders, Community Action Boards and Citizen oversight groups. Some of SoME of tHE RESuLtS: • Annual planting of approximate-ly 30,000 trees in the depart-ments of Cesar and Magdalena. • Reforestation with fruit trees in the municipality of El Paso. • Reforestation campaign in the municipality of Cienaga, where donations of seedlings were received and then plant-ed along the main avenues. In the departments of Cesar and Magdalena in Colombia, a population of approximately 350,000 people benefit from Drummond’s commitment to the community. In addition to the projects that were implemented, other objectives are in the process of being executed. These are the goals that Drummond has set for itself starting in 2014: • Facilitate access to science and technology for students and teachers. • Encourage the implementation of Supply Chains around the mining projects. • Sponsor trainings in activities other than Mining. • Strengthen partnerships to eradicate extreme poverty. • Strengthen fishing activities in the port area of influence. • Join forces with public and private actors to recover and strengthen tourist destinations, through a Beach Certification program. CLEAR GOALS


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