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JENESYS 2012 Philippines Batch 1 – Hokkaido Group
 
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The Activity Reports from Supervisor
JENESYS 2012 Philippines Batch 1 – Hokkaido Group

 I am happy to inform you that two (2) of our students in 2012 Batch 1, One student was elected as President of JENESYS Alumni Organization in their place, Davao City. And another student was elected as Public Information Officer.

 They had an Environmental Forum in Davao City last May 2012 in coordination with Department of Environment and National Resources, National Youth Commission and ABS-CBN news and current affairs to cover the event. I attached pictures for your reference.

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 Here are some pictures from our mangrove planting participated by Jenesys 2012- Zamboanga City, Philippines. This is part of the National Greening Program (NGP) of the Philippines.There were also other youth groups who joined the activity. For the Jenesys, I and another sHokkaido Group supervisor and batch 1 head of delegate led the group.

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 Mangrove is also well known to contribute to the overall health of the coastal area by providing food, shelter and environmental protection for marine organisms, nest dwellers and even humans living near seashores.

 They also provide food for various marine species such as oyster, shrimp, tarpon, jack, and snook. Not only the marine organisms benefit in mangroves, but their branches also serve as nesting areas for some types of coastal birds.

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