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YES Camp 2013

Baguio City - Almost five thousand youth from all over the Philippines came to spend a good part of their summer vacation in the Cordillera Administrative Region particularly in the city of pines. 

 

The youth participants which comprises elementary and high school students who are members of the Youth for Environment in Schools-Organization (YES-O), Supreme Pupil Government, and Supreme Student Government  together with some of their teacher advisers of other school-based organizations implementing environmental programs projects and activities in both public and private elementary and secondary schools nationwide participated in the 11th Youth Environmental Summer Camp (YES Camp) which was held on April 9 to 12, 2013.

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IFUGAO - A scenic view of the rice terraces in the province

Atty. Mary Ann Lucille L. Sering, Secretary of the  Climate Change Commission receives her plaque of appreciation as one of the speakers from the organizers of the Youth Environmental Summer Camp held recently in Baguio City.

One of the elders signed the Forestland Management Project (FMP) Commitment during its launching at the Ifugao State University Gymnasium attended by the different stakeholders in the province