2019 Gawad Tugas

DENR 7 has awarded its 5th set of Gawad Tugas Awardees and most active partners in recognition of their efforts and sound environmental practices yesterday at Cebu Parklane International Hotel, Cebu City in culmination of the 2019 Philippine Environment Month Celebration.

 

The main intention of the Gawad Tugas is to promote and replicate good environmental practices done by the awardees and recognize institutions which have made significant and outstanding contribution in the protection, conservation and management of the environment and natural resources.

 

The six Gawad Tugas awardees this year are the Municipality of Maribojoc, Province of Bohol for the LGU-Led Patent Program; Municipal Government of Garcia Hernandez, Province of Bohol for the Rivers for Life Partner Category; Solid Earth Development Corporation for Responsible Mining – Large Scale Category; JLR Construction and Aggregates Inc. for Responsible Mining – Aggregates Category; PNP Oslob Station for the Enforcement of Environmental Laws Category and Bojo Aloguinsan Ecotourism Association (BAETAS) for the Biodiversity Conservation and Management Category.

 

 

Aside from the Gawas Tugas Awards, Certificates of Commendation were also awarded to Mr. Edgardo P. Orig, Bohol Provincial Assessor, Duero Police Station in Bohol and Abatan River Development Management Council.

Also, DENR 7 has recognized the contribution and invaluable efforts of partner local government units who joined and supported the series of river clean-up and rehabilitation activities of the 10 priority rivers in Central Visayas under Rivers for Life Program. Certificates of Appreciation were awarded to Cebu City Government and Talisay City Government for Bulacao River; Mandaue City Government for Butuanon River; Municipal Government of Carmen, Cebu for Luyang River; Municipal Government of Cortes, Bohol for Abatan River; Municipal Government of Inabanga, Bohol for Wahig-Pamacsalan River; Municipal Government of Valencia, Negros Oriental for Banica River; City Government of Bais, Negros Oriental for Panamang-an River; Municipal Government of Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental for Sicopong River and Municipal Government of Lazi, Siquijor for Señora River.

 

Other recipients of the Certificates of Appreciation are Mabinay Police Station, Cebu City Prevention Restoration Orderly Beautification and Enhancement Team, and National Bureau of Investigation as active enforcement of environmental law partners; PIA 7 and DYMR as active media partners.

 

Dr. Mydah Kabingue of Cebu Technological University – Main Campus also received her Certificate of Appreciation for joining the DENR 7 in the conduct of validation and selection of the 2019 Gawad Tugas Awardees. Other academe partners are Negros Oriental State University, Bohol Island State University and Siquijor State College.

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