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    The LINKAPIL ideal transformed an absentee citizenry into pro-active partners in Philippine development....

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How Filipinos abroad help Motherland

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For several days in November 2013, the world watched in horror how Mother Nature unleashed its fury over the hapless areas of the Visayas, the middle sets of islands in the Philippines.

While Supertyphoon “Yolanda” (known internationally as Haiyan), left death, sickness and despair, it brought out a silver lining. As soon as the storm subsided, there was an outpouring of love and support from all over the world.

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Lapis at Papel Program Reaches Year 2

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The “Lapis at Papel Program” represents the expansion of a mission that began two years ago. Supporting the educational needs of the Filipino students, a partnership between the Commission on Filipinos Overseas and the Filipino Digerati Association (FDA) was formed. FDA believes that sometimes the only reason why most students fail is the lack of basic school supplies to do homework and participate well in class. This year, the FDA served more than 1,500 students from three public schools in Manila when they provided another set of school supplies last February and March.

Tubig: Manggad kag Kabuhi (Water: Wealth and Life)

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Name of Project: Tubig: Manggad kag Kabuhi (Water: Wealth and Life)
Name of the Proponent: Signpost Philippines Inc.
Name of Beneficiary-Community: Barangay Bito-on, Carles, Iloilo


The “Tubig: Manggad kag Kabuhi” project aims to enable the targeted communities to gain access to safe water and adopt proper sanitation and hygienic behavior. Research has shown that integrating hygiene education into water and sanitation projects greatly increases the impact of a project on the targeted community.

Another important objective of this initiative is to provide support to the community in strengthening their local capacity for a self-sustained and gender sensitive water, hygiene and sanitation program. Through this program, the residents of Barangay Bito-on will have access on potable water without traveling far to mainland Estancia, Iloilo to buy drinking water. Hopefully, the project will enable 2,076 people to gain access to safe drinking water.