- Cheers to the Philippines as Rizal’s Masungi Geopark Project took pride when it was announced as one of the finalists of an international award
- Masungi Georeserve is pleased to announce its inclusion to the top five finalists out of the 358 nominations from 80 countries
- The grand winner will be announced on August 12 during the celebration of the International Youth Day
Filipinos, no matter where they go will always come back to where they truly belong as the saying goes, “there’s no place like home.” Whether currently living in the Philippines or out of the country for many different reasons, a naturally born Filipino will always be proud of saying, “that’s my country, it’s in my country.”
Known for its natural beauty, Philippines has a lot to offer specially when it comes to tourist destinations. Recently, the Hidden Beach of El Nido Palawan was included as one of the CNT’s 30 Best Beaches in the World.
Now, another cheers to the Philippines as Rizal’s Masungi Geopark Project took pride when it was announced as one of the finalists of WIN WIN international Youth Sustainability Award. This award is to empower and honor the youth in playing an active role in creating a more sustainable future.
On the Facebook page of Masungi Georeserve, they are pleased to tell the public of its inclusion to the top five finalists. They said that the project was chosen out of the 358 nominations from 80 countries.
“We are deeply honored for this recognition of our youth-led restoration and rewilding efforts around Masungi. We dedicate this honor to our team members, collaborators, mentors, and to YOU, our community, for being our champions amid the challenges of our work.”- Masungi Georeserve
They said that the grand winner will be announced on August 12 during the celebration of the International Youth Day, but whatever the result will be “to us this is already a WIN.”
The Masungi Georeserve is a conservation area in the Philippines situated in the Southern Sierra Madre range in Baras, Rizal, 47 kilometres east of Manila. It centers on the geological formations of Masungi Rock, at an elevation of 640 metres.