The Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP), Bangsamoro Federal Business Council (BFBCI), and the Makati Business Club (MBC) are working together to rebuild war-torn Marawi City.
While the partnership is poised to implement various on-site projects, it is expected to promote strong community participation in the recovery and rehabilitation efforts.
MBC and PBSP were among the many organizations that launched the United for Marawi Consortium early this month.
Established in 1970, PBSP is the largest business-led NGO at the forefront of strategic corporate citizenship and business sector leadership, contributing to sustainable development and poverty reduction.
In the photo during the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding are (first row, from left) Edgar Chua, MBC Chairman; Datu Nasraili Conding, BFBCI President; Br. Armin Luistro FSC, PBSP President; Reynaldo Antonio Laguda, PBSP Executive Director; (back row, from left) Maria Roxanne Lu, MBC Programs and Projects Unit Director; Abdul Hannan Tago, BFBCI Executive Director; Sibanah Menor, BFBCI acting Chairman, and Datu Mahruf Bahjin, BFBCI Board Member.