Hedcor backs Higaonon farmers with new bridge

At this time of pandemic, Hedcor—the run-of-river hydropower arm of AboitizPower—finds value in supporting livelihood and aiding host communities to improve self-sufficiency. One of the ways to do so is by linking farmlands to access roads to improve ease of transport of local goods.

As such, Hedcor turned over a concrete passage which doubled as an animal crossing to provide a convenient and safe access to the residents and local farmers. The concrete passage amounting to about P700,000 was ready for the locals’ use in Barangay Santiago, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon after a two-week construction.

“We are very thankful to Hedcor for this project. This passage and animal crossing is definitely useful especially to our farmers,” shared Barangay Captain Jerville Senagonia. “This will further motivate them to continue their livelihood amid this difficult time.”

THE SAFETY WAY. Along with the value Hedcor puts on safety in the workplace, the organization ensures that this value is also mirrored among its host communities

Barangay Kagawad Heleborn Moncado also expressed his gratitude for the continued support.

“This is especially helpful for the farmers in transporting their products. Despite facing a pandemic, this did not become a hindrance to serve the needs of the community.

 

Hedcor has been paving farm-to-market roads in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon since the start of its construction in the year 2015. This is in effort of uplifting living conditions and boosting livelihood of its host communities.

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