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Social Commitment

Our commitment to shared values extends to our employees, customers, the communities we serve, and the environment. As a company, we invest both our time and resources in upholding this fundamental principle. Sustainability is a fundamental cornerstone that permeates every aspect of our internal and external operations. It is deeply rooted in our organizational values, our ethical conduct in business affairs, and our unwavering adherence to the laws governing our operations.

This commitment is evidenced through:

  • Ensuring fair treatment practices for our employees and fostering an environment that supports their growth and well-being.
  • Initiating and sustaining community development programs in our operational areas, continually striving to improve the quality of life for our neighbors.
  • Promoting local initiatives to enhance community well-being and access to healthcare services.
  • Boosting local entrepreneurship by sourcing from local suppliers and advocating for community consumption.
  • Expanding technology access and digital services in underserved communities, empowering individuals.
  • Actively promoting and preserving local cultural traditions and heritage.
  • Promoting diversity and inclusion within our workforce and in the communities we serve.

IE’s engagement with local communities includes:

  • Distributing backpacks and school supplies to 1,500 children in the Dominican Republic through the “Heroes of Education” program developed by CEPM.
  • Enhancing the electric infrastructure of numerous low-income Dominican homes.
  • Establishing a nutritional center benefiting approximately 1,200 children in Panama.
  • Generating employment opportunities and offering educational support to the local indigenous community in Chile.
  • Supplying free energy to schools, NGOs, public offices, fire departments, and other entities in the Dominican Republic.
  • Promoting health and enabling unrestricted education access through scholarships in Jamaica.
  • Collaborating closely with AstraZeneca, the private sector, and public sector to raise $40 million and procure the COVID-19 vaccine.