USAID reinforces commitment to conservation in Palawan
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The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director Lawrence Hardy II visited Palawan this week to meet with development partners and reinforce the US government’s commitment to the province’s sustainable growth. To celebrate World Wildlife Day, Hardy kicked off his trip with a visit to the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center, where he initiated the release of rescued animals, including a critically endangered forest turtle.
Lazaro, F. G. (2018, March 8). USAID reinforces commitment to conservation in Palawan. Manila Bulletin, p. 9.
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Nature conservation; Governments; Rare species; Economics; Sustainability; Natural resources; Habitat; Palawan Council for Sustainable Development; United States Agency for International Development (USAID); Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Hardy, Lawrence II
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