“I am the Nurse-in-Charge of the Smokey Mountain Health Center & Lying-In Clinic. The biggest issue that the health center is dealing with is maternal and child health because most of our patients here are pregnant women. Some mothers get urinary tract infection while a number of children get...

“I have been in the education sector for 26 years now, three years of that as the principal of Bayanan Elementary School which I serve to this day. One of the challenges I had to deal with when I first came here was the issue on malnutrition. Many kids...

“I am very happy to participate as an employee-volunteer of SGS Philippines for PBSP’s Ready for School because I am a graduate of this school! My co-workers and I traveled all the way from our office in Makati to E. Abada Elementary School in Quezon City on our bicycles. It...

“I saw how my boat was destroyed by the storm, but I had to prioritize my family’s safety. I just wept because there’s nothing I could do. Typhoon Yolanda was not the typical kind of storm we used to experience. The day after the storm, you’ll see people weeping...

“We are proud to show that even if we are women, we can practice and train people on DRRM and emergency rescues, which are mostly associated as a man’s job. It is a challenge, but if you are capable enough to do what is tasked of you and are...

“Our association was formed as a commitment to one NGO (WorldFish) who saw how we really needed alternative livelihood opportunities after Super Typhoon Yolanda. In the town of Madridejos, Brgy. Mancilang has the most number of indigents who only relied on fishing for their livelihood. That is why most...