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Parañaque holds Bayanihan para sa Kalikasan 

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Parañaque City - In a resolute effort to maintain cleanliness and preserve the environment of the city, the local government of Parañaque conducted the Bayanihan para sa Kalikasan program earlier this morning in Barangay San Martin De Porres. This project was made possible through the initiative of Mayor Eric L. Olivarez and First Lady Aileen Claire Olivarez, who also serves as the Chairperson of the Cleanliness, Beautification, and Sanitation (CBS) Committee.

The Bayanihan para sa Kalikasan is a clean-up project organized by the city mayor's office and the CBS in collaboration with the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO). Its main objective is to clean and clear the streets, canals, and rivers of every barangay by removing scattered garbage.

Leading the clean-up project were CENRO Chief Mr. Mark Allen Besa and Barangay San Martin De Porres Chairman Atty. Michael Thor "Mithor" C. Singson, who actively participated in the initiative. Their presence demonstrated their commitment to environmental preservation and the promotion of a cleaner and greener community.


The Bayanihan para sa Kalikasan program underscores the collective responsibility of Parañaque City's residents and the local government in safeguarding the environment. By working hand in hand, they aim to create a more sustainable and livable city for present and future generations.

Mayor Eric L. Olivarez, together with the CBS Committee and CENRO, continues to implement various environmental initiatives that prioritize cleanliness, beautification, and sanitation. Their unwavering dedication to these efforts reflects their commitment to the overall well-being and quality of life of the people of Parañaque.

Through the Bayanihan para sa Kalikasan program, Parañaque City demonstrates its commitment to environmental stewardship and community involvement. The active participation of residents, barangay officials, and government agencies highlights the city's collective effort in making a significant difference in environmental preservation.

The success of the Bayanihan para sa Kalikasan program would not have been possible without the collaboration and support of all stakeholders. The local government extends its appreciation to the residents and community leaders who actively participated in the clean-up project, as their involvement is crucial in achieving the shared goal of a cleaner and greener Parañaque City.


As Parañaque City continues to prioritize environmental sustainability, programs like Bayanihan para sa Kalikasan serve as a reminder of the importance of unity and collective action. The local government remains steadfast in its commitment to address environmental challenges, promote ecological balance, and ensure a better future for the city's residents.

The clean-up project conducted in Barangay San Martin De Porres is just the beginning. Parañaque City aims to extend the Bayanihan para sa Kalikasan program to other barangays, fostering a culture of environmental responsibility and inspiring residents to actively participate in keeping their surroundings clean.

With the Bayanihan para sa Kalikasan program, Parañaque City takes another step towards a more sustainable and environmentally conscious future. The local government's dedication to preserving the natural beauty of the city serves as an inspiration to other communities, emphasizing the collective power of unity and cooperation in achieving a cleaner and greener environment for all.

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