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EMB to award WIW June 5
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The Environmental Management Bureau-Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Cordillera is set to award the 2019 Women in Water (WIW) June 5.

Launched on April 22, the WIW is a regional search aiming to recognize and honor women in unrivaled leadership in the field of water protection and management. It seeks to identify women and/or women’s organizations that are passionately safeguarding and are driven to face community issues relating to the water system of Cordillera.

Through the award, the EMB-Cordillera intends to accentuate the important roles of women in leadership and decision and policy-making; and seeks to encourage the greater influence of women to pursue prevailing leadership in environmental protection and management.

The search is open to women leaders in communities and women organizations in water quality management areas (WQMAs) and adopted esteros/water bodies in the region.

Nominees must have demonstrated leadership with a positive impact in the protection of the WQMAs and adopted esteros/waterbodies, have been involved in the programs for a minimum of three years, and continue to inspire members of their community towards the protection of the water body.

Nomination has started on May 6 and ends June 3.

The nominator must strictly comply with the rules and regulations.

The nominator must be working in any of the following entity, namely, but not limited to: government agencies, academe, local government units, non-government organizations, and media. Self-nomination is strictly not accepted.

Prizes for the individual category (with plaque of recognition) are: first prize – P15,000; second prize – P10,000, and third prize – P8,000.

Prizes for the  women’s organization category (with plaque of recognition) are: first prize – P20,000; second prize – P15,000; and third prize – P10,000.

Nominators and the rest of the nominees will be given consolation prizes and certificates of appreciation.

For more information about the forthcoming activities and programs of EMB-Cordillera, visit http://car.emb.gov.ph.


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