Kalinga State University Non-Teaching Personnel Participate in World Environment Day Clean-Up Drive

In observance of World Environment Day, the non-teaching personnel of Kalinga State University (KSU) demonstrated their commitment to environmental stewardship by participating in a city-wide clean-up drive today. This initiative, mandated by the City Mayor, saw the collaboration of various local agencies, all working together to promote a cleaner and healthier environment.

KSU's representatives were tasked with the clean-up of the area stretching from St. William’s Academy to Block-3 on both sides of the street. The team, equipped with cleaning tools and a shared determination to make a positive impact, worked diligently to remove litter and debris, ensuring that the area was left spotless.

The participation of KSU's non-teaching personnel in this event highlights the university's dedication to environmental sustainability and community engagement. Their efforts not only contributed to the beautification of the city but also set a commendable example for students and residents alike.

World Environment Day, celebrated annually on June 5th, is a global platform for raising awareness and encouraging action for the protection of our environment. This year's theme, focusing on ecosystem restoration, underscores the importance of collective efforts in healing our planet. By taking part in the clean-up drive, KSU's non-teaching staff have shown that every individual and every action counts towards creating a sustainable future.

The clean-up drive received positive feedback from the community, with many expressing their appreciation for the visible improvements in the area. The collaborative effort of KSU and other local agencies exemplifies how unified actions can lead to significant positive changes in the environment.

As KSU continues to foster a culture of environmental responsibility, the participation in such initiatives reinforces the university's role as a proactive community partner. The non-teaching personnel's involvement in the clean-up drive not only supports the city's environmental goals but also enhances the university's mission to inspire and lead by example in the pursuit of a greener, cleaner world.