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“Hands-On Philippines” of “The 601 Habit”

When the opportunity to send second-hand computers came, the ladies of “The 601 Habit” worked together to make the project possible and doable. We learned that the number one concern of most schools from the rural areas is the lack of hands-on experience for the school children. This makes computer literacy a theoretical experience only… Read More “Hands-On Philippines” of “The 601 Habit”

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A Photo-shoot Experience for the Kids at Kumkang School

Our March Give-Back Project for the kids of Kumkang School was energy-consuming. The activities were facilitated by our very own Seoul-based Filipina stage-actress, Cherish Maningat. Last month, our April 26 activity with the kids was “Creative Portrait”. This activity aimed to know the kids a little bit through their drawings so we asked them to… Read More A Photo-shoot Experience for the Kids at Kumkang School

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Visiting Brgy. Macalbang Elementary School in Concepcion, Iloilo

The typhoon that bagged the headlines of major international newspapers and news programs November of last year brought the Philippines to its knees. It was a major devastation, the effect of which was unthinkable! Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) destroyed cities, flattened out villages, separated families, orphaned children. For almost everyone in the affected areas, their lives… Read More Visiting Brgy. Macalbang Elementary School in Concepcion, Iloilo

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Searching for the Malangabang Fishermen

Original post was published at ABS-CBN GLobal-Filipino on January 13, 2014 titled How Pinays in Seoul Helped Fishermen In Iloilo Island. I am reposting with additional pictures: When our Seoul-based all-women group, The 601 Habit, decided to help the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan, we had no concrete project in mind. It could probably just have… Read More Searching for the Malangabang Fishermen