Within the framework of our Human Rights Policy, we have taken on a firm commitment regarding local communities.

The assessment of the social impact that our activities may have on affected communities and contributions towards improving their living conditions are key to meeting this commitment.

We use a system based on the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)'s “Measuring Impact” methodology to help define initiatives and programmes to effectively manage social impact associated with the company's activity.

At present, we prioritise social impact assessments in those locations where we want to take on new investment projects. Numerous impacts are measured in these assessments, including the impact on human rights.
Woman and girl in wind farm
Our projects
  • Children in the Social Impact Programme in Bujagali, Uganda. Children at the school.

    Bujagali, Uganda

    We are still working on the social impact project at the Bujagali Power Plant to implement and develop the programmes stemming from the assessment we conducted in 2012.

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  • Worker at the Bií-Hioxo wind farm (Mexico)

    Bií-Hioxo, Mexico

    We identify the needs of the community and develop programmes aimed at different interest groups and based on five lines of action: healthcare, education, infrastructure, productive projects and the environment.

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  • Members of the CSR committee and students from the Jobenfa School, a primary school located opposite the Nairobi Thermal Power Plant.

    Nairobi, Kenya

    We work in the neighbourhoods surrounding the thermal power plant through programmes to support educationhealthcare campaignsenvironmental protectionpromotion of local art and culture and making donations to vulnerable groups.

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