Republic Bank’s Power To Make A Dream: UNICEF expert reveals Literacy decreases violence as solution

Republic Bank (Barbados) Limited {RBBL} has set aside $500,000 BBD to help various charities between now and September this year. This was recently revealed at a celebration of recipients from the RBBL initiative “The Power To Make A Dream” or PMAD which was held at the Radisson Aquatica resort.

The half a million RBBL set aside for assisting community projects was budgeted for since October 2013, this is forward planning many in both Public & Private sector should seek to emulate.

The half a million RBBL set aside for assisting community projects was budgeted for since October 2013, this is forward planning many in both Public & Private sector should seek to emulate.

RBBL’s Debbie Stoute proudly detailed which islands and how Corporate Responsibility has made regional community institutions stronger than before {CLICK ON IMAGE FOR FULL AUDIO OF STATEMENT};-

The keynote address came from Ms Khin-Sandi Lwin of UNICEF, who acknowledged how Corporate Responsibility continues to play a larger role in 21st Century’s workplace, it even goes so far as to forge stronger ties between staff, management and the company itself {CLICK ON IMAGE FOR FULL AUDIO OF STATEMENT};-

Ms Lwin was pleased to see how RBBL made sure their staff participated in the projects since many Corporate Responsibility plans do not look to include the company at that level usually...

Ms Lwin was pleased to see how RBBL made sure their staff participated in the projects since many Corporate Responsibility plans do not look to include the company at that level usually…

The UNICEF representative was pleased to see how many of RBBL’s PMAD initiatives centre on Education, since if children have their minds fed well then they’re more likely to use their minds and not their fists or worse to solve a difference with their peers {CLICK ON IMAGE FOR FULL AUDIO OF STATEMENT};-

The recipients included the Barbados Assoc. of Palliative Care, the Living Water Community: Barbados branch, the YMCA, The Irving Wilson school for the Deaf & Blind, The Barbados Diabetic Association and the Ann Hill Primary School.

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