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Mahigit sa 2,000 katao mula sa mga POs, CSOs, NGOs, pribadong sektor, akademya at mga opisyal ng DENR ang dumalo sa ginaganap na 2015 CBFM-NGP Congress sa World Trade Center, Manila. Ikinagalak ng mga tao ang pagpapasinaya nito mismo ng Pangulong Aquino.

Ang Congress ang daan upang maibahagi ang kontribusyon ng CBFM-NGP tungo sa mabisang pangangalaga, pangangasiwa at pagpapanatili ng likas-yaman.

The stage is set for the 2015 Community-Based Forest Management (CBFM) – National Greening Program (NGP) Congress as President Benigno S. Aquino III keynotes the gathering of some 2,000 CBFM peoples’ organizations (POs), civil society organizations (CSOs), non-government organizations (NGOs), academe and private sector and key DENR officials at the World Trade Center Metro Manila on October 28-29, 2015, aimed towards sustaining the gains of NGP through CBFM.

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