Plant mangroves, clean coastlines on September 17
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Government executives and workforce in Iloilo will spend the morning of September 17 planting mangroves and cleaning in the coastline of garbage. The Coastal Cleanup Campaign and Mangrove Planting are part of the activities for the 116th-anniversary celebration of the Philippine Civil Service. Regional Association of National Government executives VI (RANGE VI) will sponsor the activity, which is also inlined with the 31st International Coastal Cleanup Day.
Plant mangroves, clean coastlines on September 17. (2016, September 5). Manila Bulletin, p. 13.
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