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Friday, 07 March 2008 22:02

“The Philippine Army’s Program for Peace and Development” is the topic for Kalikasan, Kaunlaran! (KK!) talk show on DZRH-AM radio, on March 12, Wed., at its new prime-time slot, 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

“I think the environment should be put in the category of our national security.  Defense of our resources is just as important as defense abroad.  Otherwise what is there to defend?” That quote, from actor and environment champion Robert Redford, challenges our armed forces and all of us to defend the environment.  Indeed, surviving threats from external forces will be meaningless if the air we breathe or the water we drink is already poisoned by pollution.


But the Philippine Army does more than defending our resources and us. It also applies a socio-economic upliftment strategy for combating insurgency. In some far-flung areas, the armed forces are the only representatives of government who come in close contact with the poor and the treacherous environment. Among them are many silent heroes, protecting national security, our environment, and helping the poor safely bring “food on the table.”

On March 16, 2008, the Philippine Army will launch its latest nationwide project, which EARTH Institute Asia, Inc., actively supports—the Malunggay Para sa Kalikasan, Kalusugan, Kapayapaan, at Kaunlaran (PA Malunggay K4) Project. Hear what it is all about and how it can help you and others in Kalikasan, Kaunlaran! (KK!),  DZRH-AM radio, on March  12, Wed., at KK!'s new prime time slot, 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.  Join Col. Gregory M. Cayetano, Deputy Asst.  Chief of Staff for Civil Military Operations (CMO), G7 and Major Gerry M. Besana, Chief, Special Projects and Concerns, Office of the Asst. Chief of Staff for CMO, G7 in a talakayan with KK! Dir./Host Dr. Cora Claudio, Pres., EARTH Institute Asia.

Join also KK!’s projects, contests, and campaigns. You may join all of them if you are a registered KK! listener. To register, text 2299: earth<space>REG < name, age, sex, address, email address, and name of person who invited you to tune in KK! >. (Commas are required.)

You will also hear more about the Malunggay Para sa KK, Sapal Para sa Kabuhayan, 2M Puno Para sa KK and other projects of EARTH/KK! in partnership with Secura Int’l. Corp., Manila Jaycees, GREEN Army, DENR, MAP, Carica  and others. The contests offer cash prizes and the projects provide livelihood while protecting and enhancing the environment.

KK! is co-produced by EARTH Institute Asia, Inc. and DZRH, with the cooperation of MAP, GREEN Army, PFST, TOWNS, PBE, AIJC, PEIA, DENR, and others. It is at 666 khz in Metro Manila and at various other khz in most areas nationwide.  It is also globally accessible thru www.eradioportal.com or www.mabuhayradio.com. It is on pilot video run at http://dzrh.prepys.com.

You are also invited to join KK!’s partners-sponsors. For the first quarter of 2008 they are Unilever, Shell, Unilab, Holcim, Petron, Manila Water, and Toby's Sports. Providing in-kind support this quarter are Del Bros Supply Chain Solutions, Brahma Kumaris/TOWNS Awardee Deanie Lyn Ocampo, Superferry,  The Bowler/TOWNS Awardee Bong Coo, MAP, Arch. Paulo Alcazaren, and PFST/Science Centrum. 

Inquiries: 671-3266, 0917-829-1718, or email earthinstitute@gmail.com.



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