This past November, teams from the Ausenco Foundation and AngloAmerican’s Ambassadors for Good program finalized the construction of a sewage connection for the “Hogar de Belén” orphanage in Moquegua, Peru.
The Ausenco Foundation and employees from our Santiago, Chile office were again delighted to support the Pumanque community, located 160 kilometres south of Santiago in Chile.
The One Young World caucus brings together young people from around the globe, empowering them to create positive change.
A team of volunteers from Ausenco’s office in Vancouver, Canada, helped provide safe and affordable housing for low-income families.
The Ausenco Foundation is proud to announce a partnership with Buk bilong Pikinini (BbP) which establishes and runs children’s libraries across Papua New Guinea (PNG) to help disadvantaged children develop their learning and literacy skills.
The Ausenco Foundation is proud to continue our partnership with Buk bilong Pikinini (BbP) for a third year to help children with disabilities develop their literacy and numeracy skills at BbP’s Hohola library in Port Moresby.
Children who attend Buk bilong Pikinini’s (BbP) Hohola library in Port Moresby and other BbP libraries throughout Papua New Guinea (PNG) are set to benefit from the recent donation of iPads from the Ausenco Foundation.
The Ausenco Foundation and the British Columbia Institute of Technology Foundation are pleased to introduce the Aboriginal Trades Bank Initiative helping support Aboriginal students engaged in trades training.
The Ausenco Foundation has donated CA$17,000 to Habitat for Humanity Canada. The gift will go towards supporting Habitat for Humanity builds in Calgary, Halifax and Vancouver between August and October 2014.
The Ausenco Foundation is pleased to announce that the Magaoni Secondary School Multipurpose Hall has officially opened.
The Ausenco Foundation is proud to announce a partnership with Books in Homes Australia which aims to help children discover the joy and benefits of reading through choosing, naming and owning their own books and being rewarded for reading.
The Ausenco Foundation is proud to announce a partnership with Base Titanium and the Magaoni community in Kenya to build a multi-purpose hall for the Magaoni Secondary School.
The Ausenco Foundation recently provided scholarships to 14 students in El Cerrillo, a rural community located 150 kms from Santiago, Chile.
In November 2013, more than 140 children from Chilloroya, a community located near the Constancia Project, Peru, participated in Values Leadership Workshops as part of an initiative supported by the Ausenco Foundation and HudBay, owner of the Constancia Project.