The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) extends its gratitude to the Operation Brotherhood Montessori Center (OBMC) for backing the educational needs of the children residing in Pag-asa Island off the West Philippine Sea.
Commodore Genito Basilio, Commander of the Coast Guard District Palawan, thanked OBMC and its Chief Operating Officer, Auxiliary Commodore Sara Soliven - De Guzman for their “genuine concern for the kids of Pag-asa.”
“We are looking forward to a stronger partnership with OB Montessori in bringing quality education closer to our youth in Pag-asa island,” Commodore Basilio said.
The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) joined the celebration of the WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL DAY today, 05 June 2021.
Approximately 10 tons of waste materials were collected during the coastal clean-up drive in Cavite. The underwater clean-up drive, on the other hand, led to the collection of two sacks of garbage.
Moreover, a total of 1,300 mangrove seedlings were also planted at the mangrove forest situated in the municipality of Ternate.
To date, this is the largest inter-agency environmental measure that transpired in Cavite.
I-ACT commends PCG personnel for bravery, sense of duty in safeguarding the riding public during EDSA carousel incident
The Inter-Agency Council for Traffic (I-ACT) extends its commendation to SN2 Julius Gibran Abundol III of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) in acknowledgement of his public service and exemplary courage in the face of danger.
SN2 Abundol’s sense of duty in restoring and promoting the safety and security of the riding public has brought honor to the I-ACT task force, encapsulating the core values for which it stands and supports the mission vested by the Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade.
“The security and safety of our commuters are of utmost importance. We, at the DOTr, are not only tasked to provide the public with convenience in their everyday commute. We also want to ensure their safety and security at the stations and while onboard passenger vehicles, in coordination with concerned law enforcement agencies,” Secretary Tugade said.