May 27, 2016
A project initiated by GAP employees themselves, the GAP GoGreen Project. On this activity we visited Brgy. Cogon in Palo Leyte which was greatly ravaged during ST Yolanda. As an initiative to help out the community, we planted more than 500 mangrove seedlings in the shorelines of the barangay. This project was made possible with the partnership of OISCA International who sponsored 3,000 seedlings for the barangay. It was a humbling experience knowing that what we planted will soon grow into trees and can help out the community of barangay Cogon. Our simple way of combating climate change.