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Social Report, 2007-2009 AES Dominicana Foundation


Social Report, 2007-2009 AES Dominicana Foundation For AES Dominicana Foundation Germán Toro Ghio Vicepresident Executive General Coordination Tamara Navarro Chief Editor Bredyg Disla For Cumbre Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi Project Coordinator José A. Ginebra Coordinator’s Assistant Ana N. Garib R. Book Design/Mock Orlando Isaac

A production of DIS Foundation, Colombia for AES Dominicana Foundation Printed by: Amigo del Hogar Santo Domingo Dominican Republic, 2011 Prohibited the reproduction or any copy of this piece without the author autorization.

Social Report, 2007-2009 AES Dominicana Foundation


Social Report, 2007-2009 AES Dominicana Foundation

“It’s up to us to be better citizens, aware

of the appropiateness

of our goals


Social Report, 2007-2009 AES Dominicana Foundation


Contents Letter from the President 11 AES Dominicana’s commitments to Social Responsability 13 The AES Dominicana Foundation and its alliances: a strategy for expanding development Social invesment in recent years 17 The AES Dominicana Foundation’s areas of work 18 Community relations: the importance of being a good neighbor Education 21 Love your school Sport 24 Friends of sport Health 27 Support for the community 29 High impact projects Education Energy Hall-Trampolín Children’s Museum The AES Dominicana Foundation-PIES INTEC Scholarships Internships for Haina Polytechnic students Environment 33 Culture 34 Foundation’s challenges 37 The AES Dominicana Foundation’s administrative, organitional, and control structure General Assembly Board of Directors Executive Committee Corporate Governance Committee Control mechanisms

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Letter from The President

Marco De la Rosa

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AES Dominicana’s commitments to Social Responsability

The AES Dominicana Foundation and its alliances: a strategy for expanding development

1 Austin, James E. (Harvard Business School). The Collaboration Challenge. How Nonprofits and Businesses Succeed Through Strategic Alliances. The Drucker Foundation. Jossey-Bass Publishers. San Francisco. 2000.

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2See, for example, Fizsbein, Ariel and Lowden, Pamela. Working Together for a Change: Government, Civic, and Business Partnerships for Poverty Reduction in Latin America and the Caribbean. Economic Development Institute of the World Bank. The World Bank. Washington, D.C. 1999. 3 See Programa Nacional de Alianzas [National Program of Alliances] (Colombia). Creación y consolidación de alianzas. Elementos metodológicos para el trabajo en alianzas entre el sector público, el sector privado y las organizaciones civiles. Banco Mundial, [Creation and Establishment of Alliances. Methodological Elements for Working in Alliances among the Public Sector, Private Sector and Civil Organizations. World Bank]. Fundación Corona, DFID, Universidad del Norte, Universidad del Valle, Universidad de Caldas, Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga, INER-Universidad de Antioquia, CIDER-Universidad de los Andes. 2002, p. 4. 4Arboleda, Jairo and Villar, Rodrigo. Conferencia-Taller sobre alianzas por el desarrollo. Resumen analítico. Banco Mundial [Conference-Workship on Alliances for Development. Analytical Summary. World Bank], BP Exploration and Corporación el Minuto de Dios. 1996. P-6.

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Social investment in recent years

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Areas of work ‌Leaders in both business and civil society have focused too much on the friction between them and not enough on the points of intersection. The mutual dependence of corporations and society implies that both business decisions and social policies must follow the principle of shared value. That is, choices must benefit both sides. Thus, an affirmative social agenda moves from mitigating harm to reinforcing corporate strategy through social progress�.

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Community relations: the importance of being a good neighbor

5See Porter, Michael E. and Kramer, Mark K. 2006. Strategy & Society, The Link Between Competitive Advantage and Corporate Social Responsibility. In Harvard Business Review, December 2006.

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Education

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Education

Love your school

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Sport

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Health

Friends of sport

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Support for the community

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High impact projects Energy Hall TrampolĂ­n Museum

Education

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Join hands …it’s time to reforest

The AES Dominicana Foundation-PIES INTEC scholarships

Internships for Haina Polytechnic students

Environment

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Special projects

Culture

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Foundation’s challenges

Other actions that benefit dominican culture:

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The AES Dominicana Foundation’s administrative, organizational, and control structure

The social work performed by the AES Dominicana Foundation makes the work of the AES family in the Dominican Republic more rewarding, enjoyable, and exciting. Corporate Governance Committee

General Assembly

Control mechanisms Board of Directors Executive Committee

Composition of the Board of Directors, 2007-2009: President

Marco De la Rosa Executive Vicepresidente

Secretary

Treasurer

Germán Toro Ghio

Giselle Leger

Yandery Terán

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Member

Dolly Miller

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