ICCEM distributes healthy snacks, delights CLSU frontliners

The Institute for Climate Change and Environmental Management (ICCEM) distributed packs of putong puti and freshly-baked cookies to the various departments consisting the frontliners of Central Luzon State University (CLSU), July 6, 2020.

The University’s Administrative Personnel, Infirmary Workforce, and University Security Force received their snacks distributed weekly by the Institute, as the latter’s form of support.

Upon receiving their pack of puto, Ms. Loida Gurion of Records Section said, “Are these really for us?” to which the representatives said yes.

One of the Infirmary staff was also delighted to receive the food packs and even joked about requesting for beverages that would solve their afternoon cravings.


Mr. Rogelio Duldulao of University Security Force receives food pack of puto from ICCEM.
Mr. Rogelio Duldulao of University Security Force receives food pack of puto from ICCEM.

Despite the hot and tiring day, the USF still insisted for a group photo. Even with their face masks on, their smiles were evident in their eyes. Mr. Rogelio Duldulao also requested for the photos to be tagged to them in ICCEM’s Facebook Page

This food-distributing activity of the Institute is just one of the many ways of supporting and recognizing the University’s frontliners. According to Dr. Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto, ICCEM’s Director, the small amount of help that ICCEM offers is incomparable to the effort that the workforce exerts to continue upholding the university’s Quality Policy Statement “Excellent service to humanity is our commitment”        despite the pandemic that the world is experiencing right now.

With high hopes that the situation will eventually get better, ICCEM continues on helping to fight COVID-19 and will always have a helping hand whenever the University needs them, the Director said.


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