MCC Kayantabe shares best practices with Philippine Science High School-Central Luzon

May 11, 2023

On 11 May 2023, MCC Kayantabe attended the Young Leaders Summit (YLS) and presented to the young leaders of Philippine Science High School-Central Luzon (PSHS-CL) its best practices in providing community services towards sustainability in the city. 

YLS is an annual gathering of scholars to pitch policy ideas and integrate 21st-century skills and active citizenship. Scholars are enjoined to demonstrate and pitch policy recommendations geared towards localization of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 11, “Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable.”

MCC Kayantabe Manager Ms. Carol Robles Arboleda attended the summit as a guest speaker and judge for the policy pitching. Her presentation was about policy advocacy for sustainable cities and communities focused on the inclusivity of indigenous peoples in the city.

Among the present during the event were PSHS-CL scholars, faculty, sustainable and livable cities campaigner, UN Habitat country program manager, and members of Congress.

The young leaders of PSHS-CL expressed their interest in knowing more about MCC’s initiatives in empowering the community.

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