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Continuity of Service Leads to Positive Change

the Hadji Maulana Primary School article by Drey Roque

Let me start with this, “We are a peace partner who had fallen in love with Basilan over and over again.” 654 more words


Moments of Bayanihan | Reflection of Service

This is a reflection of a soldier helping distribute relief goods given by different NGO’s during the time of Cagayan de Oro’s worst mischief.

Soldiers belonging to the Armed Forces of the Philippines had supplied the manpower to deliver these vital source of aid to the people of Northern Mindanao residing at tents and temporary shelters. 22 more words


Just Do It.

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On my way home from internship yesterday, my attention was caught by the person sitting in front of me in the jeepney. Holding his girlfriend’s hand, he looked like a typical Filipino teen with machismo swag and exuded a certain attitude that he can handle anything. 851 more words

Leaving Philippines: 10 Things I Am Going To Miss

Having lived in the Philippines for the last 14 years of my life, I’m certainly going to miss a few things — from the food, to the people, to the culture, to simple everyday things.  290 more words


#19: Life Lessons from Lumpia, Halo-halo and other Home-grown Filipino Food

One thing that makes us all equal in the face of the earth apart from having 24 hours each is the gift of our tastebuds. Imagine how life would be without this? 369 more words

365 Days Of Blessings And Beyond


Personnel of 602nd  Brigade, PA held a lecture on “Bayani and Bayanihan” in 5th Gov LALA TALINO MENDOZA KIDS PEACE CAMP 2015 last 04 May – 06 May 2015 at M’lang Pilot Elementary School, M,lang, Cotabato.

Smile NGO made appearance on UNTV

There’s always a first time for everything. As with the case of Smile for the Youth, a non-government organization which aims to help schools in conflict areas around the country has been invited by no other than the warm people from UNTV’s morning show “Good Morning Kuya”. 296 more words