Growing up with less, but serving others more

Like any other traditional family, the Patagan household is headed by the ultimate provider Sancho (father), while Isadora (mother) took care of the children. The family’s provision for their needs is dependent with Sancho’s wage as a company driver at Manila Mining Corporation, Placer, Surigao del Norte. They were making ends meet, until the company continue reading : Growing up with less, but serving others more

From the crisp-coated cay-cay of Barobo, to the halls of the PMA

Intelligent, hardworking, and persistent – these are the words Arlene and Carlito used in describing their daughter Lady Australia. Lady Australia Alima is the second child among seven. Composed of a nine members, The Alma household, was one of the recipients of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program way back 2011. Carlito, knows how important education continue reading : From the crisp-coated cay-cay of Barobo, to the halls of the PMA