United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Gayeta snatches top spot in int’l speech competition

Edwardian Campus Journalist and CCSHMSF scholar from Grade 11 HUMSS-A, Denise Angelika Gayeta, bagged the 3rd Place in the International Speech Competition sponsored by the JCI Manila.

Gayeta advocated for Climate Awareness, one of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of United Nations (UN).

She emphasized the current climate crisis the Filipinos are facing and how it has affected the apex of the Philippine agricultural history, the Sierra Madre Mountains.

Meanwhile, Ma. Denise Theresa Donga, CJ from Grade 12 STEM-A talked about Responsible Consumption and Production. She won a consolation prize.

In her speech, Donga advocated for society’s call to action for a sustainable and economically independent nation while promoting farmers’ profitability.

The UNSDG International Speech Competition was held on October 22, 2022 in San Juan City, Metro Manila.

Different representatives from schools in Makati, Quezon Province, the University Belt, and Japan competed in the said event.

The event is sponsored by the JCI Manila and Tokyo, gathering students from all across the Philippines and Japan to represent their schools on the international stage and make a mark in the world.

They were coached by the School Paper Adviser, Mr. Paul Peñaflor.

Truly, the two Denises affirmed the power of Edwardian Excellence!

Congratulations, Denise Donga and Denise Gayeta!
The Edwardian community is proud of you!💛

#EdwardianExcellence
 

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