Corporate Social Responsibility should be the framework of action within which the strategic objectives of IEASA must be developed to contribute to sustainable human development through generation of social, economic and environmental values, while embracing topics about sustainability that should be contemplated in local, national and global initiatives. Corporate action socially responsible has an ethical foundation, beginning with the acknowledgment of the impact their decisions have over interest groups; it is linked to the Corporate Governance and it is managed by the daily tasks of the company and the people that are part of that company.

The development of corporate plans, models, projects and offers must evidence the alignment and integration of the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility defined for IEASA. Thus, with Corporate Social Responsibility being a core strategy, constant innovation must be promoted to foster the generation of social, economic and environmental values.

We are convinced that education forges destinies, and there is where we intend to focus all of our efforts.

We want our brand POTENCIARSE, TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER to be the vehicle that summons us to reinforce our actions of CSR along with our partners and suppliers in those communities where IEASA is present.

CSR actions that are carried out by IEASA are meant to improve educability conditions.

While following that objective, which leads to ease the access to education and to improve quality and the structural conditions of institutions, IEASA sponsors educational institutions located in the provinces of Salta, Jujuy and in the Ensenada district.

In Salta, there are two sponsored institutions: rural School No. 4777, located in El Algarrobal, attended by 60 students; School No. 4491, located in Saucelito, Orán, attended by 10 students.

In the province of Jujuy, together with UNICEF, ENARSA collaborates with 11 Information and Communication Technologies-Mediated Rural High Schools (ICT). These are not traditional high schools, in the sense that they are hundreds of kilometers away from the central office in the capital of Jujuy, where there is a management team working along a group of teachers from different subjects that are connected, through different devices that use Internet, to classrooms located at scattered rural regions in Jujuy. A total of 165 students attend to these classrooms.

Another sponsored institution is the Complementary Educational Center No. 802 in Ensenada, Province of Buenos Aires, attended by 200 children between the ages of 3 and 17.

Each of these sponsored institutions presents many needs, which is why we seek to join our efforts, combining wills and collaboration to achieve the objective of improving educational conditions. For that reason, it is important that donations are made in a responsible and respectful manner. This means that the elements and materials should be new or in good condition to be able to be reused.

Identified Needs:

SALTA

EL ALGARROBAL SCHOOL No. 4777

60 CHILDREN

  • Materials to build the gallery and the sport pitch (cement, sand, gravel, metallic meshes)
    Bathroom for the initial level (bricks, cement, sand, paint, toilets, taps)
  • 2 doors
  • Closing the kitchen and building the cafeteria
  • Perishable foods: powdered milk, flour, yerba mate, rice and noodles.
  • Seesaw
  • Swings
  • Roundabout
  • Slides
  • Industrial food processor
  • Beater, Blender
  • Industrial pots
  • 2 air conditioners
  • Whiteboards
  • School desks
  • Spade
  • Scythe
  • Rake

10 Bicycles

  • Rice
  • Sugar
  • Tomato Puree
  • Jam
  • Dulce de leche
  • Oil
  • Canned food
  • Cookies
  • Cereal
  • Sandwich cookies
  • Candies
  • Toilet paper
  • Kitchen paper towel
  • Hand soap
  • Detergent
  • Bleach
  • Cleaning cloths (floor and kitchen towels)

SALTA

SCHOOL No. 4491, SAUCELITO

19 CHILDREN

  • Ceramic tableware for teachers
  • Perishable food: powdered milk, flour, yerba mate, rice and noodles.
  • Balls
  • Mats
  • Ropes
  • Nets
  • Rice
  • Sugar
  • Tomato puree
  • Jam
  • Dulce de leche
  • Oil
  • Canned food
  • Cookies
  • Cereal
  • Sandwich cookies
  • Candies
  • Toilet paper
  • Kitchen paper towel
  • Hand soap
  • Detergent
  • Bleach
  • Cleaning cloths (floor and kitchen towels)

BUENOS AIRES

CEC SCHOOL No. 802 ENSENADA

180 CHILDREN

  • Storage furniture for teaching supplies
  • Bookshelves and storybooks
  • Wi-Fi router
  • Music system
  • Microphone
  • DVD player
  • Electric oven
  • Potato peeler
  • Ladles
  • Pots
  • Graters
  • Slotted spoons
  • Knives
  • Pitchers
  • Serving dishes
  • Pomeras
  • Soccer balls
  • Basketball hoop
  • Basketball (ball)
  • Plastic balls
  • Mats
  • Pencils
  • Erasers
  • Crayons
  • Markers
  • Permanent markers
  • Tempera paint
  • Paper notebooks
  • Glue
  • Painting brushes
  • Adhesive tape
  • Paper tape
  • Rice
  • Sugar
  • Tomato puree
  • Jam
  • Dulce de leche
  • Oil
  • Canned food
  • Cookies
  • Cereal
  • Sandwich cookies
  • Candies
  • Puzzles
  • Lottery games
  • Dominoes
  • Board game: UNO
  • Board game: OCA- Pictionary
  • Memory game: Memotest
  • Shape sorter toys
  • Dolls
  • Cars

JUJUY

ICT-MEDIATED HIGH SCHOOLS

165 TEENAGERS

  • Pencils
  • Erasers
  • Crayons
  • Markers
  • Permanent markers
  • Tempera paint
  • Paper notebooks
  • Glue
  • Painting brushes
  • Adhesive tape
  • Paper tape
  • Puzzles
  • Lottery games
  • Dominoes
  • Board game: UNO
  • Board game: OCA- Pictionary
  • Memory game: Memotest
  • Shape sorter toys
  • Letra manía
  • Grafomanía
  • Toilet paper
  • Kitchen paper towel
  • Hand soap
  • Detergent
  • Bleach
  • Cleaning cloths (floor and kitchen towels)

Collaborating Companies

JOINED OUR ACTIVITIES THROUGH THE DONATION OF:

  • 15 PC/notebook
  • 1 DELL laser printer
  • 1 Projector – Wi-Fi
  • 6 Bicycles for young children from Jujuy

Marken collaborates through PotenciaRSE with School No. 4777. During the last semester 2017, it donated 450 kg of long life powdered milk and 150 kg of yerba mate. During the first semester 2018, it will donate once again 450 kg of long life powdered milk and 150 kg of yerba mate. These donations are used to feed 60 children from the initial and primary levels that currently attend School No. 4777. At the school, they have breakfast, lunch and afternoon meal every day.

Staples joined our school supplies donation campaign for the children of CEC School No. 802 in ENSENADA and for the 150 teenagers who attend ICT-mediated rural schools in several districts of the province of Jujuy. Thus, at the beginning of this school year, all of them will enjoy paper notebooks, pens, markers and many more supplies to be able to attend classes.

The company Oikoss collaborated with the PotenciaRSE program and made it possible for the students from School No. 4777 in El Algarrobal to have tableware to use at school where they eat breakfast and lunch everyday.

The company donated 70 plates and 72 stainless steel glasses, in addition to the 72 knives and 72 forks; 2 pizza peels and 2 oven brushes. It also donated glass mugs and plates.

It joined the program with the contribution of 72 pairs of rain boots that were allocated to students that attend the School 4777 located in El Algarrobal and the School 4491 located in Saucelito. This donation allows children to get to the institution despite the mud on the streets resulting from the rain.

AdeA joined our program PotenciaRSE collaborating with School No. 4777 and donating a refrigerator to better preserve the food consumed by the 60 children who attend the school.

The company donated 12 bicycles, with helmets, pumps and anti puncture tire kits that were delivered at the venue of Valiazo to 9 students who walked an average of two hours back and forth to get to the school and to other 3 students from the venue of Vizcarra. These last students left their homes at 4.30 in the morning to arrive at school at 8 am. These are 2 of the 11 ICT-mediated schools No. 2 in Jujuy.

The company donated industrial pots that were delivered to the Complementary Educational Center (CEC) No. 805 in the district of Ensenada (200 children attend the Center) and to the rural School No. 4777 (50 children) in El Algarrobal, Salta. At both schools, the staff prepares breakfast and lunch for the children daily.