DENR Leaves No One Behind

DENR Leaves No One Behind

Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Task Force Tayo ang Kalikasan Executive Director of Maria Matilda A. Gaddi (2nd from left) and Stakeholders Management and Conflict Resolution Division Chief Julie Gorospe-Ibuan (3rd from left) join students from the Philippine School for the Deaf (PSD) and the National Council on Disability Affairs (NCDA) after the turnover of 100 hygiene kits to PSD and 100 bamboo tumblers to the NCDA and Chief Rizalio Sanchez, NCDA Information, Education, and Communication Division (extreme left).

The event was held in culmination of the 29th Deaf Awareness Week on November 18 pursuant to Proclamation No. 829, s. 1991.

The DENR, through its Persons with Disability (PWD) Desk has been actively supporting PWD groups to assure that they are not left behind amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and recent calamities, and they are partners in the fight for a better environment.

Written by Village Connect

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As a print and digital publication, VC strives to provide readers an insightful glimpse into the ever-changing business landscape through relevant dialogue and inclusive coverage of trending news, information, and lifestyle tidbits within (and outside) the metropolis.

On a bigger scale, VC identifies and promotes Philippine innovations in various industries and connects them with Manila’s young and upbeat populace.

Since its founding in 2011, VC emerged as a household and business name, with a monthly circulation of 50,000 copies distributed FREE in Metro Manila, VC is targeted toward select villages, multi-dwelling outfits (condominiums, serviced apartments), banks, and lifestyle facilities including salons, wellness institutes, and beauty and fitness centers. It is also exclusively carried by Figaro Coffee Shops in Metro Manila – truly living up to its goal of connecting villages and businesses.

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