Women and youth SLPAs in Cabadbaran celebrate milestones

Celebrating four years of trust, gratitude, and perseverance. March 2021 marks the Cabadbaran Family and Children in the Environment in the Slum (FACES) Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) Association and the Pag-asa Youth Association of the Philippines’ (PYAP) 4th anniversary, which the Associations celebrated through a thanksgiving mass and a short program on March 1, 2021 continue reading : Women and youth SLPAs in Cabadbaran celebrate milestones

Getting back up: Yolanda survivors rebuild lives thru livelihood project

On November 8, 2013, Typhoon Haiyan, or famously known as “Typhoon Yolanda”, struck the Philippines and has been recorded as one of the deadliest typhoons in the country’s history. Yolanda caused its most gruesome destruction in Tacloban City, Leyte. Over 6,300 people lost their lives and 1,071 are still missing. It did not only kill continue reading : Getting back up: Yolanda survivors rebuild lives thru livelihood project

Going above and beyond: SLP Association proves doubters wrong

“Basta asosasyon dili jud na mulambo, (Associations/groups often do not succeed).” These were the words that the members of the Borbon Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) Association kept hearing when they started the operations of their general merchandise project in 2017. Some even said that they would cease to operate in three months or so. Initially, continue reading : Going above and beyond: SLP Association proves doubters wrong

Pantawid Pamilya, Sustainable Livelihood Program – Transforming Leaders

For a business to become successful, it requires to be run by effective and efficient leaders. But what makes an effective and efficient leader? Being a good leader takes a lot of courage, sacrifice, and patience. When a person is given the function to become a leader, it means that he or she should be continue reading : Pantawid Pamilya, Sustainable Livelihood Program – Transforming Leaders