Rugby Mining Limited believes that building solid, long-lasting relationships with its stakeholders in the community is of utmost importance. In fact, we recognize that many exploration and mining projects cannot survive without the support of its local communities. Rugby endeavors to be a positive influence and presence in every community where it has projects. Not only does Rugby value environmentally responsible exploration - we strive to be socially responsible. As we move forward with exploration initiatives, we intend to develop social programs designed to assist and benefit the people living in the community.
Rugby Community Development Projects
Construction of this water reticulation project was funded by Rugby (Pictured Below)
The Mamanwa potable water project provides clean drinking water to over 30 indigenous families near Mabuhay (Pictured Below)
Rugby assisted with a medical mission and Children's nutrition programs (Pictured Below)
Rugby sponsored an indigenous school teacher and has provided school construction and materials for the Mamanwa School (Pictured Below)
Rugby participates and donates to various sporting, social and cultural events (Pictured Below)
In mid-2013 the Company successfully negotiated of a “Consulta Previa” (CP) agreement with local Cocomacia communities for the Cobrasco Project in Colombia. The CP provides immediate exploration access to the Cobrasco concession area for a period of ten years. The CP is broadly based and provides for economic assistance to the local community as well as social development programs. The CP consultation process was carried out by Rugby, Cocomacia and local community leaders under the supervision of the Colombian Ministry of the Interior. This is the first successful mineral exploration CP to be carried out in Choco Province, Colombia.
(Community Leader's sign Consulta Previa - pictured below)
Prior to work at Cobrasco, Rugby sponsored a school improvement program (Pictured Below)
Certain information contained herein can be considered forward Looking. Please click here to review the Company's cautionary statement for investors. Francisco Montes, the Company’s Chief Geologist and a “qualified person” within the definition of that term in NI 43-101, has supervised the preparation of the technical information contained on this webpage.