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Monday, March 30, 2009

Run for One Life, One Earth and Tree Planting A Success

WCYF Launching 2009 Participants at the EDSA Shrine More than 200 runners traversed the 7Km stretch from the People Power Monument to the Quezon City Hall as WCYF formally launchers, March 27. Members of the Boy and Girls Scouts of the Philippines together with Sagip Sibuyan, the Philippine National Police Quezon City Chapter, the United Nations Youth Association of the Philippines – PLMuntinlupa, and Brotherhood of Destiny (BROOD) with assistance from the Philippine National Red Cross made the journey to send a strong ecological message to everyone.
WCYF Launching and Luntiang Pilipinas
“This area is the site of great revolutions and of history and this is history in the making,” says Fr. Leonilo Mangussad, Rector of the EDSA Shrine during the Ecumenical Mass before the start of the conference. It was indeed history because young scouts as young as 10, students and veteran environmentalists join hands to raise awareness for the earth. The young scouts together with their leaders endure the morning heat just to tell everyone that we should protect our planet because they don’t want to inherit an uninhabitable planet.
Cesar Amoranto, BROOD National Council on Environment together with Andy Moran, BROOD NCR SecGen; Sheila Muescan, Jeph Ramos, Mei Santiago, John Dwight D’Angelo, David D’Angelo and others lead the league of changemakers.

A tree planting commence afterwards with the ceremonial planting of 10 trees together with Luntiang Pilipinas, Craig Burrows, and Noel Orate, Rotaract Club of AMA Computer University. The bulk of the remaining trees will be planted at the now being made ecopark, Payatas.

Region 9 headed by I-You-Da: I’m Created to Paint Smiles, Junior Jambangan Jaycess and United Nation Youth Association of the Philippines-Zambo Peninsula Chapter planted 300 propagules at Brgy. Talon-Talon, Zamboanga City. In other countries tree planting were also made by the Rotaract Club of Tiyende Pamodzi – Zambia, Africa; the Rotaract Club of Chennai-India; Plant A Tree Today Foundation who planted in Thailand and Indonesia as well. The event being held at Bataan in support of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant Closure issue had also expressed their support for WCYF.
WCYF Launching at Zambioanga
Launching at Zamboanga






A press conference followed which features solidarity messages from participating organization but what captivated the audience attention was the challenge made by Cong. Ed Zialcita which culminated in his rendition of the Impossible Dream. The press conference and event was made possible through the effort of Luntiang Pilipinas, the Quezon City Hall and Cong. Ed Zialcita.

Organizations participating include Affiliated Network for Social Accountability in East and the Pacific (ANSA-EAP), AKBAYAN Youth, Boy Scout of the Philippines, Girl Scout of the Philippines, Brahma Kumaris, World Spiritual University, Brotherhood of Destiny (BROOD), Inc., Concerned Citizens Against Pollution (COCAP), Environment Trainor’s Network of Laguna, First Time Voters Network, Generation Peace Network, Green Convergence, I-You-Da: I’m Created to Paint Smile, Zamboanga, Junior Jambangan Jaycees, Zamboanga, Kalikasan: People’s Network for the Environment, Luntiang Pilipinas, Office of Senator Loren Legarda, National Movement for Free Election (NAMFREL), Office of Hon. Eduardo “Ed” Zialcita, 1st District Representative of ParaƱaque City,Office of Hon. Nanette Castillo-Daza, 4th District Representative of Quezon City, Office of the Mayor Feliciano Belmonte, Quezon City, Office of the Vice Mayor Herbert Bautista, Quezon City, Philippine National Police Quezon City Department, PITAK, Red Cross Quezon City Chapter, Rotaract and Intaract Clubs of Makati Legaspi, SALIKA, Sibuyan Against Mining, Team RP, Teatro Sambisig, Inc. (TSI), United Nations Youth Association of the Philippines, Zamboaga Peninsula Chapter, World Without Wars and Without Violence, YAJU Organization of Bulacan, Young Leaders Alliance of Rizal (YLAR), and Youth for Sustainable Development Assembly (YSDA-Pilipinas).



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