In Canatuan, coffee, coconut trees and rubber trees stand tall and continue to sustain the Subanons’ livelihood – proof that there is definitely life after mining.
Two municipalities, five barangays, and six Blaan community organizations have received from a mining firm almost P6 million worth of grants for pro-poor projects. (Contributed photo)
Nowhere in the long history of the business community in Region 12 can one find another narrative about how a private firm has been supporting the war on COVID-19 the way the Sagittarius Mines Incorporated (SMI) does. (Contributed photo)
Quality assurance company Intertek said the mining company has complied with all the requirements for its three ISO certifications. (AMVI photo)
Agata Mining Ventures, Inc. (AMVI) celebrated this year’s Valentine’s Day with a twist – a tree-planting activity to promote love for mother nature and taking care of one’s health. (AMVI photo)
TVIRD Philippines has continued the stories of transformative mining in its Balabag Gold and Silver Project in Bayog, Zamboanga del Sur and other areas of operations. (TVIRD photo)
The extractive industry in the country has gone a long way. These stories of a mining company in 2020 showed mining can also be transformative and catalyst of change. (TVIRD photo)
Tubay, Agusan del Norte – Agata Mining Ventures Inc. (AMVI) has recently donated some P350 thousand worth of school equipment and supplies to partner institutions in the municipalities of Tubay and Santiago to mitigate the social effects of the pandemic. (AMVI photo)