In November 2018, Dundee Precious Metals took part in several events dedicated to children and youth.
Irena Tsakova, Legal and Permitting Director, awarded three outstanding girls as part of the second Top Students event of 24 Hours newspaper, which recognizes top school children for their performance at national and international competitions. A total of 35 Bulgarian school children were awarded this year for their extraordinary success.
Mrs. Tsakova gave award certificates to three girls of different age groups: Dimitrinka Panayotova, the youngest violin player on an employment contract in Bulgaria, the six-year old Aleksandra Georgieva, winner of the international Fragrance of Art Buds competition, and Monika Mitova, winner of a literature competition. DPM’s involvement in this initiative gives more people a chance to hear about the beautiful minds of Bulgaria and enables young Bulgarians to be motivated by their successful peers.
Being Proud of My Parents’ Work
Dundee Precious Metals Chelopech EAD and Dundee Precious Metals Krumovgrad EAD were visited by 70 children on the Revival Leaders’ Day, as the children came to work with their parents. The main purpose of the Program entitled “I am Proud of My Parents’ Work” is to demonstrate to children that work is a value itself, and each individual is important for their organization and beneficial to our society, regardless of what kind of a job they do.
The children participated in interactive presentations and learned how deeply interconnected all jobs are in a mining operation, found out details about the job of the environmental expert and used waste to create art.
Source: Dundee Precious Metals Bulgaria