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The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has awarded an assistance amount of P214,000 to be used as capital for rice trading by the fisher community group Nursiha (Nurcia, Sibahay, Habag) in Lanuza Bay, Surigao del Sur, under a livelihood proposal developed with the assistance of environmental group Haribon Foundation.…

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THE Haribon Foundation’s ROAD to 2020 forest restoration movement was judged the best environmental project in the Philippines by the Energy Globe on June 5, World Environment Day, topping more than 2,000 submissions from more than 170 countries. The Rainforestation Organizations and Advocates or ROAD to 2020 is an environmental…

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Celebrating more than four decades of biodiversity conservation, members of environmental group Haribon Foundation convened in its 44th annual General Assembly on June 3 at the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Training Center. Yearly, Haribon gathers its members to give an update on the previous year’s program accomplishments and collect…

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Leaders of a local fishing community, including community pastor Ronalyn Rivera, earned an open water diver certification in a scuba training geared towards the monitoring of marine resources and protected areas in Lanuza Bay, Surigao del Sur. Rivera was selected by the local government of Cortes, along with seven others…

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Incoming student leaders of the Student Representative Coordinating Council (SRCC) of La Salle Green Hills recently participated in Haribon Foundation’s “Go Green! Leadership Training,” an environmental education and leadership program about Philippine biodiversity. During the interactive discussion, 34 students aged 7 to 12 years learned about the country’s unique biodiversity…

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Children, some as young as 5 years old, and grandchildren of the members of the San Cristobal Farmers Association (SCFA) recently carried out a clean-up of the Sungwan Spring, an important community water source located in the foothills of Mt. San Cristobal, San Pablo City. “It’s disheartening to know that…

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A single mom has been able to save nearly P3,000 a month on groceries by replacing household products with inexpensive, environmentally friendly homemade alternatives, she told members of the environmental group Haribon Foundation. Sherry Gocheco, a single mother of two and an ardent champion of environmental causes, has been practicing…

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As vacationers enjoy the hottest beaches or coolest mountain destinations, the oldest nature conservation group in the country is offering a tour package of a different kind. Bamboo rafting, cold springs, and even games for the child-at-heart await those who register for the Haribon Travel, an immersion trip organized by…

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The Haribon Foundation welcomed World Migratory Bird Day on Wednesday (May 10) with birdwatching activities, coastal clean-ups, and information sessions about migratory birds that visit the Philippines. May 10 is World Migratory Bird Day, an annual awareness-raising campaign highlighting the need for the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats.…

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Environmental group Haribon Foundation bagged the Naturalist Intelligence Award of the 7th Multiple Intelligence Awards presented by the Multiple Intelligence International School (MIIS) on Sunday, April 23 at the AFP Theater. The Multiple Intelligence (MI) Awards, which is co-presented by Smart Communications, recognizes individuals and organizations who make a difference…

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