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Royal Dutch Shell plc (the “Shell Group”) announced today that it is donating US$2.5 million, in response to the catastrophic typhoon Haiyan that struck the Philippines. Typhoon Haiyan has caused massive destruction in the central Philippines.
Subic town is the site where Malampaya Phase 3 (MP3) Project’s Depletion Compression Platform is being fabricated. The MP3 Project, through the Malampaya Foundation, Inc. (MFI) launched a social performance program to promote road safety in Subic town called Project KALSADA or ‘Kaligtasan sa Daan’ (Safety on the Road) to help address the problem of rampant road accidents which is the fourth leading cause of death in the Philippines according to the Philippine Department of Health. Particularly in Subic, there were over a hundred road accidents recorded in the area that involved the tricycle.
Shell companies in the Philippines has mobilized its retail stations and depots around the country as drop off points for all in-kind donations for victims of super typhoon Yolanda that impacted close to 10 Million families in affected regions.
Over 300 members of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP)–Batangas Chapter can now proudly call themselves junior fire marshals.
Shell has launched a new global competition calling all high-achieving university students to share their ideas in helping tackle the pressures on energy, water and food availability—encouraging them to conceive, share and collaboratively develop innovative methods and game-changing concepts.