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Our Response to Hunger

Hunger is relevant to the cases of malnutrition in the country particularly among children. According to a survey conducted by the Social Weather Stations (SWS) in the second quarter of 2018, 2.2 million Filipino families experienced hunger. But in June 2018, President Rodrigo Duterte signed into law, Republic Act No. 11037, which established a national…

Teaching as a Way of Helping

“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well,” Ralph Waldo Emerson once said. This entails that helping, in one way or another, is somehow showing love. However, lending someone a hand…

Learning Has Been Made Available To Street Children

Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” But undeniably, access to education or learning in the Philippines is seem too hard to reach. In an article released by the Philippine Statistics Authority on its website released in 2015, it shows that the 2013 Functional…

ABOVE THE WATERS

It’s been a year since one of the families in ABKASA Mandalagan, Bacolod City tragically lost their eleven year old daughter through drowning. Her name is Devia. She and her friends just finished picking up firewood and were on their way home, although didn’t have the practical knowledge on how to swim, they decided to…

Meat Processing Training

Matab-ang Livelihood Project Association Inc. is working strongly to fulfil its mission and vision that boils down to, “to help people help themselves”. It has launched its first 2 programs, Skills Development and Enterprise Development two years ago. And over the years, these programs has helped 110 members by providing them free skills training and…

Pursuing Dreams Beyond Hardships

Remus Echevarria Growing up in a big family and experiencing poverty first-hand, Remus was afraid that he wouldn’t be able to finish his studies and pursue his dream of becoming a Social Worker. He is the youngest in the family of six. His late father who died of pneumonia in 2014 was a garbage collector…

The Quiet Achiever

REMIA SAUCE, 35 years old, Single Mum She’s a single mum, but through your giving that sourced her start-up business, she found a partner in the form of her Macrame Bags business and was able to support her son’s needs especially his education. For a single mother, how many percent is her chance to survive…

A Mother’s Story

“Life was a constant misery”. This is how a financially challenged mother, Marites Desierto would describe her life before. Marites, 35 years old, a plain housewife and married to a construction worker, whose earning P 200.00 per day with five kids around waiting to be fed decently, and a tiny house with uncountable holes on the…