Inspirational success stories from our partners and beneficiaries

Ang babaeng magiting: hindi kumakain ng tinapay ng katamaran.

Kung ang tanging magagawa mo ay maghintay sa pagbalik ng normal na takbo ng mundo, ano ang gagawin mo sa bakanteng oras mo?

Harvest has come for the women of Baculongan Norte

As the old proverb goes, “you reap what you sow”, the women of Sitio Pugo in Barangay Baculongan Norte have been planting seeds of volunteerism for six years now.

A new life through the BP2 Program

“Life in Manila became harder during the height of the pandemic.”

This is the remark of couple Randy and Elena Milo when asked how their family was doing when the COVID-19 pandemic struck in the Philippines, particularly in Metro Manila.

A family’s journey to a new and better life

With businesses closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people lost their precious jobs. One of the families who were gravely affected by the pandemic was the family of Regine Visto, 24, a mother of two (2) daughters.

Sharing the seeds of CDD

Many times she thought of quitting...but she didn't.

At present, Bae Teresita Pinao, 62, a member of Mamanwa tribe, is the senior citizen president in Barangay Maraiging, Jabonga, Agusan del Norte, and the same time a barangay health worker for the indigenous peoples. The wife of tribal leader Datu Virgilio Pinao, a mother to eight children, and a grandmother to dozens of grandchildren, Bae Teresita is one busy Mamanwa woman.

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