Forty-two (42) students identified as Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) Ambassadors under the Tayo ang Kalikasan (TAK) program of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) received their prepaid WiFi through their school heads on March 6, 2021 at Pili, Camarines Sur.
“With these WiFi, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources is hoping that these students will have an easier access to information about the conservation and protection of the environment and putting it to action. Through this, may they also encourage others to care and save the planet through maximizing the power of the new media in this time,” Assistant Regional Director for Management Services Engr. Eva S. Ocfemia said during her message.
Further, the ENR Ambassadors will serve as partner of the TAK in engaging the youth in the promotion of programs that will strengthen youth involvement in the conservation and protection of the environment through Information, Education and Communication (IEC) and other advocacy and social mobilization activities.
The project is in partnership with the Lions Club International District 301-A2, who identified the deserving beneficiaries from San Jose Pili National High School, Sto. Niño, San Jose National High School, Naga View Adventist College, Inc., Tinago National High School, Don Leon Q. Mercado High School and University of Nueva Caceres.
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- Published: 09 March 2021