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 CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES

FOR CY 2019

APRIL 2

        - 2019 SGLG REGIONAL ORIENTATION @ BLISS HOTEL, CSFP 

APRIL 3

      -  SGLG PROVINCIAL ORIENTATION (9:00AM-2:00PM @ ZAMBALES TRAINING AND CONFERENCE CENTER (BALIN SAMBALI))

APRIL 4

      -  2019 LTIA On-Site Validation (Camiing, Cabangan-AM; San Isidro, Subic-PM

APRIL 8

      -  PRE-FINAL INSPECTION OF AM 2018 PROJECTS OF CABANGAN

APRIL 8-12

      -  TRAINING OF TRAINERSON CBMS APP MODULE II@ CHERRY BLOSSOMS HOTEL, ERMITA, MANILA

APRIL 10

      -  PROVINCIAL TEAM CONFERENCE (8:30 AM @ DILG ZAMBALES PROVINCIAL OFFICE)

APRIL 11

      -  PROJECT MONITORING OF ADM 2017 PROJECT OF SUBIC

 

        -   CLUSTER TEAM MEETING (9:00 AM @ DILG ZAMBALES PROVINCIAL OFFICE)

         -   MPOC AND MADAC ORIENTATION (8:30 AM @ ZAMBALES TRAINING AND CONFERENCE CENTER)

APRIL 12

      -  PROJECT MONITORING OF AM 2018 PROJECT OF MASINLOC

APRIL 12

      - GO NEGOSYO LAUNCHING (SEORABEOUL GRAND LEISURE HOTEL, WATERFRONT ROAD, SBFZ)

APRIL 15-16

 - DILG R-3 LGRRC-MSAC BENCHMARKING OF BEST PRACTICES CUM JOINT PLANNING ACTIVITY @ SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION

APRIL 22

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (SAN ANTONIO)

APRIL 23

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (SAN FELIPE)

APRIL 23

      -  SLRF COORDINATION MEETING @ DILG RO3, CSFP

APRIL 24

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (CASTILLEJOS)

APRIL 24

      -  PROJECT MONITORING OF AM 2018 PROJECT OF SAN NARCISO

APRIL 25

      -  PRE-FINAL INSPECTION OF AM 2018 PROJECT OF SAN ANTONIO

APRIL 25

      -  2019 PAFC 4TH REGULAR MEETING 9:30AM-3:00PM @ MASINLOC MUNICIPAL HALL

APRIL 25-26

      -  2ND LGRRC QUARTERLY CONFERENCE: NEO PROGRAM MANAGERS ORIENTATION IN MANILA

APRIL 25

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (MASINLOC)

APRIL 26

      -  PROJECT MONITORING OF AM 2018 PROJECT OF CASTILLEJOS

APRIL 26

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (STA. CRUZ)

APRIL 29

      -  PROJECT MONITORING OF AM 2018 PROJECT OF STA. CRUZ

APRIL 29

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (CANDELARIA)

APRIL 30

      -  PROJECT MONITORING OF AM 2018 PROJECT OF IBA

APRIL 30

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (BOTOLAN)

MAY 2

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (SUBIC)

MAY 3

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (PALAUIG)

MAY 3

      -  QUARTERLY ACTIVITY STAKEHOLDERSMEETING, PHILIPPINE RED CROSS-ZAMBALES (1:00PM @ LC'S STOP AND CHOW RESTAURANT, CABANGAN)

MAY 6

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (IBA)

MAY 7

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (CABANGAN)

MAY 7

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF ZAMBALES)

MAY 8

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (SAN NARCISO)

MAY 9

      -  SGLG ASSESSMENT (SAN MARCELINO)


 

 

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With the common goal of collecting trash littering our coastline and waterways, the DILG Zambales Team took part in the observance of the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Day 2018 last September 22, 2018 in Iba, Zambales. The team once again joined the thousands of volunteers in the world’s largest effort to remove trash from the shores to reduce the impacts of marine debris which contributes to pollution problems that affects the wildlife, human health and local economies.

Supported by the Executive Order No. 42 issued by Governor Amor D. Deloso on Establishing the 3rd Saturday of the month of September of every year as Zambales Coastal Clean-up Day and Dedication of the 16th day of September 2017 for the Launching of ZambaLinis, the annual event was participated by government officials and employees from the national, provincial, and municipal government offices, barangay officials, students from private and public schools including colleges and universities, CSOs, NGOs and beach owners in the Province of Zambales.

Volunteers gathered on their respective clean-up sites to remove all kinds of trash found along seashores, coastlines, rivers, creeks, drainages and canals in the entire province. Garbage and trash containing non-biodegradable and other materials such as plastics, glass and metals were collected and placed on numerous sacks. Collected trashes were then recorded on the ICC data cards provided to volunteers.

 

All information, issues and concerns gathered during the clean-up will be used in helping the ocean and environmental organizations around the world to identify the most harmful items of marine debris and find ways to stop them from entering the ocean. Further, lawmakers could use these information to formulate policies and raise awareness to the worsening environmental problems and its ill effects.

 

The DILG Zambales Team, as Zambalinis Advocates, continues to support and participate in such activities, and carry on the goals and principles of environmental advocacies in their daily lives.

 

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