CPHGC Received These Prestigious Awards In Recognition Of Its Efforts For Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) In Covid-19 Pandemic.
For the 2nd year running, China Power Hub Generation Company (Pvt.) Ltd was recognized for its outstanding commitment to local communities in Hub, Lasbella, Balochistan through sustainable CSR initiatives, at the 13th Annual CSR Summit 2021, held on 25 February 2021.
The Honourable Governor of Punjab, Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar was the Chief Guest. Other dignitaries who graced the occasion included Dr. Sania Nishtar, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
China Power Hub Generation Company (CPHGC) Received These Prestigious Awards In Recognition Of Its Efforts For Corporate Social Responsibility In Times Of Covid-19 Pandemic, Excellence in Education & Scholarships, Excellence in Community Development & Services and Excellence in Sustainability Initiativehttps://www.thenews.com.pk/print/545713-cphgc-completes-1-320mw-power-plant
Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Ren Lihui, CEO, CPHGC reiterated the Company’s commitment to the local communities. “We have been helping the less privileged members of the society since before the commercial operations of the Company started. During the pandemic we have been supporting the local government and the people of the villages around our plant site”.
Through a number of CSR initiatives, CPHGC has spent more than PKR 131 million on various sustainable projects that are helping the local communities improve their living standards, living environment, education and bringing with them a promising future. Part of those projects include the Floating Fishermen-Jetty at Allana Goth; the CPHGC-TCF School in Gaddani; the Clean Hub City program; training of local students and provide them with employment at the Plant; relief supplies to the flood-affected people of District Lasbella, distribute essential ration bags to residents of the villages of Pir Kus; and Covid-19 prevention supplies donation and assistance to the people and the government of Hub during the pandemic crises.