Dr. Lynnette Camello took to facebook her message of thanks on September 20, being honored as one of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO)Education Sustainable Development (ESD) fellows.
The recognition was given during the Southeast Asia ESD Teacher Educators Network Meeting on September 19 to 20 in Thailand, where she also shared about “Cebu Technological University’s Journey in Mainstreaming Education for Sustainable Development.”
“Filled with high hopes, inspiration and the promise of stronger collaborative work among ESD fellows this time, we look forward to do our own little share of ‘a million’ dreams becoming real each and every day. Thank you UNESCO and SEAMEO for letting us into the journey,” ran Dr. Camello’s second post on September 21.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Bangkok co-organized the event, which sponsored her travel, as she has been having achievements related to ESD since 2017.
She is presently the CTU Director for Education for Sustainable Development and an associate professor in CTU Argao.
Her bringing of CTU’s vision on ESD to the international table is a major tributary to the country’s mandate attuned to the 2030 sustainable development goals (SDGs).
Philippines is one of the 11 SE Asian countries of SEAMEO founded in 1965. UICP