What people say about us


On the “Trainors’ Training seminar”: This 5-day seminar is a successful one.

– Amelia P. Legaspi

On the “Trainors’ Training seminar”: I think the training is good enough for us teachers. We had enough time to learn the importance of biodiversity conservation.

– Imelda Francia

On the “Trainors’ Training seminar”: Para kayong Tamaraw, minsan ko lang kayo nakita pero sulit naman.

– Gregorio Amparo

On the “Trainors’ Training seminar”: Excellent! The training is very significant and timely for the sustainability of the environment.

– Estelita Silverio

On the “Trainors’ Training seminar”: The entire training is really successful in wakening our awareness as Mindorenos.

– Sheryl Marco

Mt. Halcon is not a protected area but it is filled with diversity, cultural and ecological. Mangyans live there, occupying 3 municipalities, and the site is also threatened by the effects of irresponsible tourism. Give Mt. Halcon a rest is what we are advocating.

– Lily May Evora (PGENRO)

On “Naujan Lake National Park-Refresher Training on Protected Area Management”: Nadagdagan ang aking kaalaman sa pangangalaga ng kalusugan ng lawa.

– Editha C. Gawad

On “Naujan Lake National Park-Refresher Training on Protected Area Management”: It capacitates me more in doing my assigned task.

– Leo Capon (DENR CENRO-Chief PAWCZMS)

On “Naujan Lake National Park-Refresher Training on Protected Area Management”: Improved my knowledge as a PAMB Member.

– Rosita J. Salvador

On “Naujan Lake National Park-Refresher Training on Protected Area Management”: It improves my knowledge of PA Management and establishment. It will help a lot in my present job given the additional info I got.

– Mely Catapang

On “Apo Reef Natural Park — Taskforce MARLEN Capacity Building”: The training was short but definitely encouraging. Hopefully this will not be the last training conducted by MBCFI, hoping soon particularly on marine biodiversity.

– Nestor Tendio

On “Teachers’ Training: Strengthening education for effective biodiversity conservation: Educator and Stakeholders Partnership” held last September 13, 2012: This seminar is really helpful to us as teachers. Now, I know how to integrate biodiversity in my lessons. I’m thankful because I was part of this seminar. To MBCFI, don’t stop to your mission!

– Marjorie Q. Abac

On “Teachers’ Training: Strengthening education for effective biodiversity conservation: Educator and Stakeholders Partnership” held last September 13, 2012: I have learned so much that is very relevant to my profession. It awakens my concern to our environment.

– Grace S. Manalo

Generally, the MBCFI had performed/ functioned very well in holding the teachers’ training they had given to us last February 23-26, 2015. I really learned a lot from it. It opened my eyes to the beauty of my place when it comes to biodiversity and it also made me realized for the rapid loss of its beauty and richness nowadays. I know now, that being a teacher, I can and should do a lot for the conservation of our biodiversity. May your foundation be blessed always by God for you to continue to serve and spread to everyone the spirit of the love for our nature. Thank you very much.

– Angeline Garcia of Calintaan National High School

We, teachers from AIIS actively participated to every demonstration of facilitators in the 4-days seminar from February 23-26, 2015. Insights from them was beneficial and is great help for us to disseminate information in the community regarding the conservation of biodiversity.

– Participants from Ambulong Island Integrated School

Grateful enough for the great opportunity as one of the participants for this very timely and significant seminar. Learned a lot about Philippines and Mindoro Biodiversity, how to preserve them, how to integrate this in our lessons. All topics being discussed were significant and fully understood by the participants. Trainors were all knowledgeable with sense of humor. Looking forward for more seminars from you to be updated. Thank you very much, God speed and more power.

– Josefina Chavez of Bagong Silang Elementary School, Calintaan

Okay po ang seminar. Very educational po despite the brownout. First time ko po kasi mag attend ng biodiversity seminar. Enjoyed it po. Thank you.

– Marvin Pagaling of Poypoy Elemntary School, Calintaan

The MBCFI training was indeed vital not just to take good care of our environment but most importantly on how to preserve its importance for future generations.

– Oscar Atienza Jr. of Tuban Elementary School, Sablayan

Excellent po! Na-meet naman po lahat ng expectations ko at marami po akong natutunan. Salamat po.

– Ma. Lourdes Dumalina of Calintaan National High School

Topics were all  well-executed. They are really relevant in order for us teachers, to integrate biodiversity in our lessons. The training is very inspiring and self-motivating to do and share something. An eye-opener to all Mindorenos. It is timely- environmental awareness training that is organized and comprehensive.

– Romel Sora of Calintaan National High School