Filipino owned Sanitary Care Products Asia Inc. (SCPA), a company run by a tight-knit family that is dedicated to raise the level of hygiene products, partners with Haribon Foundation, the pioneer environmental organization in the Philippines. The partnership aims to reinvigorate ecosystems in the country’s rainforests by ensuring biodiversity thrives in the conservation sites in Mount Banahaw—known as the San Cristobal Protected.
Present at the memorandum of aggreement signing were Haribon’s John Lesaca, and Arlie Jo Endonila and SCPA’s Ven Sio and Maria Azalea Pacis.
SCPA adopted 1,000 seedlings and committed 2,050 more within the next year. This forest of 3,050 trees will be planted in Mount Banahaw.