From the cleaning of public schools, community pathwalks and streets through to the dirtiest rivers, Kuya Daniel Razon’s clean-up drive initiatives endeavor to keep a cleaner environment.
On April 21, 2009, Kuya Daniel led roughly 2,000 volunteers of his “Kahit Isang Araw Lang” (Just One Day) advocacy for Nature project to help clean the world’s 30th dirtiest river, the 15-km Sapang Alat in the city of Caloocan, Philippines.
The Isang Araw Lang Clean-up project also shows consistent and recurrent support to Department of Education’s Brigada Eskwela to clean up, organize, and repair school grounds prior to new academic year.
Volunteers of Just One Day based abroad join government and local people in tidying up efforts and recovery drives, such as scenes of wreckage where natural calamities have stricken.
With scores of recurring cleanup efforts being mounted regularly in schools and community streets, this endeavor of Kuya Daniel is a commitment to bring about change for the better.