cenro bautista

 PROFILE

ALEJANDRO K. BAUTISTA

CENR Officer of Baybay


             OIC, CENR Officer Alejandro Kempis Bautista is the head of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) of Baybay City, Leyte.

               CENRO Bautista was born on July 30, 1959 in Tacloban City.   He is married to Eugenia Noya Bautista and they are blessed with six (6) children. He finished his Forestry studies at the former Visayas State College of Agriculture (VISCA) now Visayas State University (VSU in Baybay City, Leyte. He finished his degree in Master in Management at the Asian Development Foundation in Tacloban City.

             He started his career in the DENR as Forester I on January 2, 1986 and rose from the ranks until he was designated as OIC CENR Officer on November 16, 2006. Prior to his designation as OIC, CENR Officer in Baybay City, Leyte, he has been assigned to different field offices in the Region like CENRO San Juan, CENRO Albuera, CENRO Palo, and PENRO Leyte.  This exposed him to varied experiences and honed him as an effective field operator and manager.

              In his 30years of dedicated service with the DENR, CENRO Bautistahas been given various awards and recognitions by different private and government sectors. He has also attended various technical and managerial trainings which molded him into a high caliber ield manager.

             While heading the CENR Office of Baybay, CENRO Bautista is known to be a very vocal and straight to the point leader.  He loves to talk that makes him an effective community organizer, thus their CENRO have productive engagements with Peoples Organizations who are successful implementers of the National Greening Program.

               He also loves to play basketball and exercises his singing prowess.

 





            OIC, CENR Officer Alejandro Kempis Bautista is the head of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) of Baybay City, Leyte.

 

            CENRO Bautista was born on July 30, 1959 in Tacloban City.   He is married to Eugenia Noya Bautista and they are blessed with six (6) children. He finished his Forestry studies at the former Visayas State College of Agriculture (VISCA) now Visayas State University (VSU in Baybay City, Leyte. He

finished his degree in Master in Management at the Asian Development Foundation in Tacloban City.

 

  He started his career in the DENR as Forester I on January 2, 1986 and rose from the ranks until he was designated as OIC CENR Officer on November 16, 2006. Prior to his designation as OIC, CENR Officer in Baybay City, Leyte, he has been assigned to different field offices in the Region like CENRO San Juan, CENRO Albuera, CENRO Palo, and PENRO Leyte.  This exposed him to varied experiences and honed him as an effective field operator and manager.

 

  In his 30years of dedicated service with the DENR, CENRO Bautistahas been given various awards and recognitions by different private and government sectors. He has also attended various technical and managerial trainings which molded him into a high caliber ield manager.

 

  While heading the CENR Office of Baybay, CENRO Bautista is known to be a very vocal and straight to the point leader.  He loves to talk that makes him an effective community organizer, thus their CENRO have productive engagements with Peoples Organizations who are successful

implementers of the National Greening Program.

 

  He also loves to play basketball and exercises his singing prowess.

 

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Photo Releases

DENR Secretary Gina Lopez leads employees of DENR region 8 in an oath to take care of the environment and be better stewards of the earth. Employees also committed to work for integrity, public service, and common good. The oath of commitment was made by the employees during the visit of Secretary Lopez to DENR regional office on January 16, 2016.

DENR 8 Regional Director Leonardo Sibbaluca presents the region’s central nursery and the 12-hectare Leyte Gulf Mangrove Rehabilitation Project site at Brgy. Anibong, Tacloban City to Green Climate Fund (GCF) Director Javier Manazares (seated, 3rd from left) and Demetrio Innocenti (seated, 4th from left). The project implemented in 2014 in the hardest hit provinces of Leyte, Samar, and Eastern Samar by Typhoon Yolanda envisions to restore the lush mangroves in said areas, emphasizing on the crucial role these mangroves play in protecting the coastline, preventing coastal erosion, serving as buffer for tidal currents and storm driven waves, and mitigating the unavoidable impacts of climate change. GCF visited the area for an ocular inspection in response to the request of Secretary Lopez for financial assistance in support to the department’s programs and projects on climate change mitigation and adaptation. Also in photo are (seated L-R) ERDB Director Henry Adornado, ASec Junie Hernandez, Assistant Secretary Evelyn Cruzada of the Performance and Projects Management Office, office of the Cabinet Secretary.

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources in region 8 recognizes the important role played by indigenous communities in the protection and preservation of the region’s protected areas. In photo is the Mamanwa Indigenous Community in Burauen, Leyte joining this year’s Mahagnao Volcano Natural Park Outdoor Festival held on February 3, coinciding with the declaration of MVNP as a protected area under the National Integrated Protected Area System (NIPAS) Act. The event intends to showcase the natural park as a home to various species of flora and fauna including the Philippine Eagle, and promote the preservation of the rich biodiversity in the area.