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October 1, 2018

GREEN GREEN GREEN PROGRAM LAUNCH IN CELEBRATION OF WORLD HABITAT DAY

Green Green Green, a unique assistance program spearheaded by the Department of Budget and Management, aims to make the Philippines’ 145 cities more livable and sustainable through the development of public open spaces.

The Launch and Recognition Event marks the start of the release of the FY 2018 Local Government Support Fund – Assistance to Cities amounting to Php 2,589,000,000.00, and to recognize the first batch of cities with public open space projects under the Green Green Green Program.

The event also aims to gather and initiate a conversation among key officials in the government, representatives from the private sector, the international community, the academe, and the media about the importance of creating and maintaining well-designed and well-maintained public open spaces in our cities, and how we can further our efforts toward improving urban life.

The 77 cities to be recognized are:

1. Baguio
2. Batac
3. Batangas
4. Baybay
5. Bayugan
6. Butuan
7. Cadiz
8. Calbayog
9. Candon
10. Carcar
11. Catbalogan
12. Dagupan
13. Dasmarinas
14. Digos
15. Dipolog
16. Kabankalan
17. La Carlota
18. Maasin
19. Malabon
20. Malolos
21. Mandaue
22. Marikina
23. Masbate
24. Mati
25. Navotas
26. Ormoc
27. Panabo
28. Paranaque
29. Passi
30. Puerto Princesa
31. Quezon
32. San Carlos, Negros Occidental
33. San Carlos, Pangasinan
34. San Fernando
35. San Jose del Monte
36. San Juan
37. San Pedro
38. Santiago
39. Sipalay
40. Tabuk
41. Tacloban
42. Tacurong
43. Tagaytay
44. Tagum
45. Tarlac
46. Tuguegarao
47. Valencia
48. Valenzuela
49. Antipolo
50. Himamaylan
51. Lamitan
52. Laoag
53. Naga, Cebu
54. Olongapo
55. Pagadian
56. Palayan
57. Roxas
58. Science City of Munoz
59. Balanga
60. Tanauan
61. Iriga
62. Tabaco
63. Bacoor
64. Tayabas
65. Calapan
66. Angeles
67. Davao
68. Muntinlupa
69. Caloocan
70. Meycauyan
71. Zamboanga
72. Legazpi
73. Iligan
74. Lapu-Lapu
75. Cotabato
76. Ozamis
77. San Pablo

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Highlights:

  • Project Types and Number of Projects
    I. Parks – 66 projects
    II. Waterfronts – 27 projects
    III. Public Plazas – 21 projects
    IV. Streetscapes – 15 projects
    V. Institutional Open Spaces – 12 projects
    VI. Mangrove Landscapes – 2 projects


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Projects per City:


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