Mongolian Mining Corp. (MMC, or together with its subsidiaries, the Group), is pleased to announce that MMC won the GOLD “Best Community Programme Award” at the 11th annual Global CSR Summit & Awards out of a pool of over 200 companies nominated.
The Global CSR Summit & Awards programme attracts leading corporations in the Asia-Pacific region and the rest of the world with strong performance in corporate social responsibility. The winners were selected across six categories, including “Best Environmental Excellence”, “Best Community Programme”, “Excellence in Provision of Literacy and Education”, “Empowerment of Women”, “Best Workplace Practices” and “Product Excellence”.
For the Best Community Programme Award, MMC nominated three of its ongoing community development programmes in South Gobi, all of them having a particular focus on local economic empowerment and provision of equal employment opportunities for local women.
Dr. Battsengel Gotov, CEO of MMC, said: “We are pleased and honoured to accept this award recognising our strong commitment to CSR, especially in the area of long-term sustainability and development of the communities in which we operate. MMC was selected from a list of strong candidates across the globe which we believe is meaningful in realising the level of our CSR commitment as well as sharing our experience internationally. CSR and community development require collective long-term efforts hence it is highly encouraging to see the results being recognised.”
MMC is the largest producer and exporter of hard coking coal in Mongolia. It owns and operates two opencast metallurgical coal mines, the Ukhaa Khudag deposit located within the Tavan Tolgoi coal formation, as well as the Baruun Naran metallurgical coal deposit, both located in South Gobi (Mongolia).
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/mining/15042019/mongolian-mining-corp-wins-community-award-at-global-csr-summit-awards-2019/
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