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Sagip Kalikasan started in 1997. The project attempts to address the problem of environmental degradation especially in various provinces of Region 3. Such initiative is one of the foundation’s ways to stimulate the awareness and social responsibility to the people by involving business sectors, civic groups, local government units, professionals, students, and villagers from the covered communities. Officers and employees of the foundation also marked their legacy annually. Since the project’s inception, a total of 38,313 fast growing, fruit bearing, and herbal trees were planted in different provinces. Ninety percent (90%) of the planted seedlings were maintained and survived. This year (2006), the foundation is planning to plant almost 1,700 mahogany seedlings in the towns of San Luis and Magalang, Pampanga.


Since 1996, a total of 146 street children, out-of-school youths, and indigenous people from different towns of Pampanga were provided with educational assistance. Beneficiaries belong to below average income earner family.

Of these scholars, around 49 students completed their secondary education and eight (8) obtained their respective degrees in Business Agriculture, Computer Science, Agro-Forestry, Agriculture, Accountancy, Business Management, Mathematics, and Home Economics. This school year (SY 2006-2007), AFI is supporting nine (9) students; whereas seven (7) students are in college, one (1) in vocational course, and one (1) in secondary education.


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