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DENR CIVIL SERVANT: WORK BEFORE BENEFITS!

Written By: Jhonna Liza S. Medenilla February 17, 2016

As the rationalization phase continuous and already on its third wave, newly appointed and promoted DENR personnel of the first and second wave were given opportunity to be well-informed about basic rights and privileges as employee. Thus, an orientation entitled “Orientation Program on Basic Employee Rights, Privileges and Benefits” was conducted on February 17, 2016 at Goodchow, Boac, Marinduque. Almost everyone attended the said orientation with 34 newly appointed and 14 promoted personnel.

Civil Service Commission (CSC) Director II Josephine R. Altura gave emphasis about being a servant first before the desire for the privileges. Director Altura reiterated that being a public servant is not about the benefits but rather “a heart for serving people”.

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Pawikan nasagip ng DENR sa Marinduque

Published At: Abante July 30, 2019

Naging matagumpay ang pagsagip ng mga tauhan ng Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) sa isang pawikan na napagpag sa baybayin ng Barangay Masiga, Gasan sa lalawigan ng Marinduque kamakalawa.

Nabatid na naglalakad umano sa baybaying sakop ng nasabing barangay si Ariesphel Solas at mga kaibigan nito nang makita ang pawikan, agad naman nila itong ipinagbigay-alam sa kagawad ng barangay alas-kuwatro nang hapon.

Matapos ang tagging, nabatid na ang nailigtas ay isang uri ng green sea turtle, habang pinangunahan ni Brian Iñigo Leaño, forest technician ng DENR-Marinduque, kasama ng ilan pang mga opis­yal sa lugar at mga residente ang pagpapakawala sa pawikan sa Sitio Kwatis ng nasabing barangay.

Samantala, hindi naman naging kapareho ang sinapit ng 200 kilo na lea­therback sea turtle na natagpuang patay sa baybayin ng bayan ng Bula, Camarines Sur noong Linggo, makaraang sumabit sa mga lubid.

Paalala ng kagawaran, agad na iulat sa mga awtoridad ang mga natatagpuang hayop para mailigtas ito. (Gel Manalo)

 

 

Source: https://www.abante.com.ph/pawikan-nasagip-ng-denr-sa-marinduque.htm

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