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Coca-Cola bags 5 Gold Anvil trophies

The sustainability programs of Coca-Cola Philippines hauled five Gold Anvil trophies during the 52nd Anvil Awards held at the Makati Shangri-La Hotel.

“We are honored by this recognition of our sustainability projects in women economic empowerment and water access. Coca-Cola is committed to continue to help improve the communities we operate in,” said Adel Tamano, Coca-Cola Philippines vice president for Public Affairs and Communications.

The sustainability programs of Coca-Cola Philippines have been made possible through partnerships with government and non-government organization for its implementation, and with its public relations agency Strategic Works, Inc., for the communications amplification of the programs. 

The 5by20 Sari-sari Store Training and Access to Resources (STAR) Program, which aims to economically empower women from various sectors, bagged two Gold Anvil awards in the PR Programs on a Sustained Basis category and the PR Programs Directed at Specific Stakeholders category. The program is implemented with various partners in government and non-government organizations, including the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority and the Department of Labor and Employment.

Coca-Cola Philippines' sustainability programs win 5 trophies at the 52nd Anvil Awards 

Since its launch in 2011, the 5by20 STAR Program has impacted the lives of over 80,000 women micro-entrepreneurs across the country.

The Agos Program, which aims to bring water access to water-deprived communities with a mechanical but sustainable technology, also took home two Gold Anvil trophies in the PR Programs Directed at Specific Stakeholders category and PR Programs on a Sustained Basis category. There are currently 149 Agos facilities in the country benefitting over 30,187 households.

The Coca-Cola Water Report: Replenish Communities, Replenish Lives – Just Add Water, a publication which narrates the impact of the Agos Program to its beneficiaries, was also given the Gold Anvil award in the PR Tools category.

Topics: Coca-Cola Philippines , Adel Tamano , 52nd Anvil Awards
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