Taguig City's Urban Gardens

Taguig City is turning idle lots and other unused spaces, from vacant patches and dumpsites to rooftops, into greeneries. Some 1,000 persons with disability, fisherfolk and indigent individuals now enjoy extra income thanks to this new cash-for-work program under the City Social Welfare and Development Office in partnership with DSWD.

The city has committed to regularly provide seedlings for the urban gardens. It also encourages home-based gardens because the garden soil and seed distribution activities go house-to-house, too.

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