Gina Lopez Legacy

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A well-known environmentalist and philanthropist, Gina Lopez began the Foundation’s core programs, notably Bantay Bata 163 (promoting child welfare) and Bantay Kalikasan (environment protection).

Gina Lopez also served the Philippine government as Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources during which we she was able to close destructive mining operations and to put a stop to open pit mining. She pioneered impactful projects such as Educational Television (ETV), Bantay Bata 163, the La Mesa Watershed reforestation, and the Pasig River clean up.

Lopez (born Dec. 27, 1953) succumbed to a battle with cancer on August 19, 2019. AFI’s other programs and campaigns continue to be inspired by her legacy.

Gina Lopez Legacy

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Gina Lopez Testimonial

The encompassing message of Gina's life and works is about love - love for children, love for the environment and love for country and humankind. In these difficult times brought about by the pandemic, it is the hope of the Foundation, that the lessons shared by the life of Gina Lopez would inspire people to never lose hope and to trust in the Divine

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