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The work related to Social Engagement with non-indigenous communities also represents a focus of attention for the Company in La Guajira. These communities are located across the municipalities of the area, not only in Cerrejón´s area of influence. The majority of them consist of families of farmworkers to whom we offer continuous support in the creation of sustainable businesses, the generation of work that enables them to achieve greater income levels, and therefore to better meet their basic needs.
In order to better respond to concerns presented by non-indigenous communities related to our work, we have set up Community Service Offices at the Mine and at Puerto Bolívar
At Cerrejón we have worked with the communities of:
We are developing projects focused on health, business ventures, the generation of employment, and the territorial security of the Tabaco community to ensure sustainable development for residents.
The generation of employment is a clear focus for programs being developed in this community, where traditional economic activities and ideas for new business ventures come together to ensure the standard of living its people deserve.
Investment in Oreganal is focused on the improvement of the standard of living of its inhabitants. This is reflected in projects for preparing young people for the workplace, the generation of employment, timely treatment of patients, agricultural programs, and the refurbishment of buildings.
We have two community service offices, one at the Mine and the other at Puerto Bolívar, where members of the community and local authorities are dealt with personally, where complaints or concerns are received and answered, and where general information about our company is made available.
Awarded Fullbright – Cerrejón Scholarship for La Guajira
May 14, 2013
Planting of 3,000 Trees for the Sustainability of Paladines Creek
May 7, 2013
Bicycle Donation Seeks to Improve Quality of Life for Wayuu Communities
April 29, 2013
COOPMAO Cooperative Members Visited the Farm ‘El Sequión de Oreganal’, an Example of Community Development
April 17, 2013
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