MSEAFI community conducts clean-up drive

Edgar Julian L. Nantes
MSEAFI community conducts clean-up driveAs part of preparations for the opening of classes for the second semester, the MSEAFI community conducted a clean-up drive on January 5, 2024 with the Theme, "Bayanihan para sa Matatag na Paaralan Tungo sa Nagkakaisang Envergan".
These activities aim to maintain cleanliness inside and outside the New and Annex Building. Teachers, students and non-teaching personnel participated in cleaning the learning environment. The activity promotes cleanliness and enhances students sense of volunteerism.
This clean-up drive was headed by the CES advisers Mrs. Cristina Anareta and Mr. Clark Gagan together with the officers of CES, faculty members, non-teaching personnel, SSC Officers, and student volunteers.
Photo Courtesy | MSEAFI - CES
Edited By | Edgar Julian L. Nantes

The applicable Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for your article are:

  • SDG 4: Quality Education (SDG 4) - By preparing the learning environment through the clean-up drive, the initiative contributes to creating a conducive atmosphere for quality education.
  • SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation (SDG 6) - The clean-up drive promotes cleanliness both inside and outside the buildings, aligning with the goal of ensuring access to clean water and sanitation facilities for all.
  • SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities (SDG 11) - The activity aims to maintain cleanliness in the community, fostering a sense of pride and belonging while contributing to sustainable urban development.
  • SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals (SDG 17) - The collaboration between teachers, students, non-teaching personnel, and student volunteers demonstrates the importance of partnerships in achieving common goals related to education and community development.