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PENRO Eastern Samar thru the leadership of the PENR Officer Moises B. dela Cruz joins the whole nation in celebrating the 2017 National Women’s Month with the theme “We Make Change Work for Women”.

            In his first State of the Nation Address (SONA), President Rodrigo Roa Duterte directed “all agencies, oversight bodies and local government units down to the barangay level to fully implement the Magna Carta of Women." This is to ensure that man and woman will be partners in the pursuit of the country’s economic, social, cultural and political developments. This pursuit of development under the new administration is also anchored on the commitment of “Malasakit at Pagbabago” or True Compassion and Real Change. Thus, the first National Women’s Month Celebration under the new leadership will focus on these key foundations: partnership for change and full implementation of the Magna Carta of Women (Republic Act 9710), captured through the theme: "WE Make Change Work for Women." (http://pcw.gov.ph/WomenMakeChange)

            Consistent with Proclamation No. 227 s. 1988, the annual conduct of the National Women’s Month Celebration (NWMC) aims to give due recognition to the contributions of Filipino women in our society. 

                 Specifically, 2017 celebration aims to: 

  1.  inform and engage women as stakeholders of government programs and services to promote citizen-centric governance and make “change” a conscious effort to know, understand, and provide what ALL citizens need;
  2. create and facilitate platforms to discuss good practices, gaps, challenges, and commitments in pursuing gender and development (GAD) – to strengthen implementation of the Magna Carta of Women; and 
  3. inspire and empower women and girls to be agents of change – to contribute in promoting gender equality and the empowerment of all women.

           All agencies, local government units (LGUs) and other instrumentalities of the government shall organize their own activities and other initiatives that contribute in the attainment of these objectives. (http://pcw.gov.ph/WomenMakeChange)



     Last September 17, 2016 the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) - Eastern Samar in partnership with the Provincial Environmental Management Unit (PEMU) of the Environmental Management Bureau, celebrated the National Clean-up Day 2016 wit the theme "Bayan ko, Linis ko". The Local Government Units (LGU's), Other National Government Agencies, Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), academe and the private sector all over the province also participated in the said activity.

       The massive clean-up activity was also held simultaneously all over the country. With the concept to promote cleanliness in coastal and inland waterways, esteros, creeks, public places, parks, schools, churches, public and private establishments and all areas in general nationwide. This is to strengthen the implementation of Republic Act 9003, otherwise known as “The Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000” which seeks to mobilize all LGU’s in the country for a one day clean-up with the participation of the whole society. 








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        DENR Undersecretary for Field Operations Demetrio Ignacio, Jr. (in black polo shirt) leads the inauguration of the new Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) - Eastern Samar office building. Joining him are Environment Management Bureau (EMB) Director Letecia Maceda, Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) Director Nonita Caguioa and the PENR Officer of Eastern Samar Moises B. dela Cruz.









  • Cimatu lauds law enforcement authorities behind large wildlife bust

    Tuesday, March 20, 2018

    Environment Secretary Roy A. Cimatu has commended personnel of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) for the rescue of over 300 smuggled live animals and arrest of four suspects in what has been dubbed as one of the country’s largest wildlife busts. The successful operation was carried out on Tuesday by joint operatives from the NBI-Environmental Crime Division and the DENR’s Philippine Operations Group of Ivory and Ille…


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DENR Secretary Roy Cimatu (in black coat) officiates the turn-over ceremony from outgoing RD Arleigh J. Adorable to incoming RD Crizaldy Barcelo.

DENR 8 Regional Director Atty. Crizaldy Barcelo lights the Flame of Sportsmanship to formally start the DENR Sportsfest 2017.

DENR 8’s ARD for Management Services Arturo N. Salazar presents Updates on Government Policy on Climate Change during the 2nd Regional Climate Change Conference conducted by PH Haiyan Cooperative in cooperation with the Climate Change Commission.

Mangrove forest and eco-park in Naungan, Ormoc City developed by the Naungan San Juan Mangrove Planters Association from what used to be a plain mudflat.

DENR 8 technical personnel record and monitor sightings of migratory birds in the wetlands of Eastern Visayas.

Residents of Brgy. Tagpuro join the mangrove tree planting activity spearheaded by the PH Haiyan Advocacy Cooperative.

CIMATU INSPECTS CONFISCATED ENDANGERED SPECIES. Environment Secretary Roy A. Cimatu inspects the confiscated sulfur crested cockatoos (Cacatua galerita) at the Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB) Wildlife Rescue Center in Quezon City with BMB Director Theresa Mundita Lim (beside Cimatu). Three species of the cockatoos including the moluccan cockatoo (cacatua moluccensis) and the black palm cockatoo (Probosciger aterrimus) totaling 154 heads were confiscated by the joint forces of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Philippine Operations Group on Ivory and Illegal Wildlife Trade (DENR POGI) and the National Bureau of Investigation Environmental Crime Division in a buy-bust operation in Pasay City. The cockatoo is considered an endangered species and is listed under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). Its trade should be subject to a CITES export permit from the country of origin and a CITES import permit from the country of destination. A total of 316 heads of species were confiscated in the successful operation.

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