In the center, in the usual order, Gabriel Tolchinsky, President of Bladex, Gonzalo Menendez-Duque, the Bladex Chairman of the Board,
Ricardo Arango, a member of the Bladex Board of Directors, together with pupils of the CEMP
On July 19, Bladex handed over the facilities that are home to the middle school and high school of the Marie Poussepin Educational Center (CEMP by its Spanish initials), the only school in Curundu providing schooling from Day Care until Twelfth Grade. The facilities have 16 class rooms, four labs, a psycho-pedagogic office, infirmary, administrative offices and a recreational area.
The facilities are home to the Science and Tourism majors
Thanks to the alliance kept up by Bladex throughout the years, the Ministry of Education and Dominican Sisters of the Presentation, there are more than 700 pupils from low-income families who are being taught a quality education and values. Through this project, Bladex confirms its social commitment with Panamanian childhood and education, as key factors for driving the country’s development and transformation.