• Project CENTRO

    The Challenge: Grassroots organizations often have inadequate capacities in terms of organizational and financial management and program management and sustainability.  We build our grassroots non-profit partners to support their passion for social change in addressing various challenges. We invest in our partners to increase talents and resources toward sustainable growth.We support the government's agenda on sustainable socio-economic development. Our intention is to help non-profits to be robust and focused on organizational sustainability.Our interventions: Project CENTROThe proposed Philippine NGO Center for Capacity Enhancement in Training, Research and Organizational Development or CENTRO aims to continually provide capacity building and training to assist Non-government Organizations (NGOs) and Community-based Organizations (CBOs) towards sustainable growth.On October 1-18, 2017 we will launch CENTRO and gather our 95 member NGOs/ CBOs. Together we shall chart the Council's strategic sustainability agenda. We will explore innovative alternatives to create impact in our communities. We will help build the capacities of our partners in strategic thinking and management as agents of social change through a series of on-site purposive learning sessions: a follow through of our October gathering. . .With your donation of PHP 1,000 can help a grass-root non-profit grow and sustain its mission of serving the communities in need. We appeal to your kind hearts to realize our dream of building grassroots non-profits as agents of change...

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  • Feed 1000 Typhoon-Affected Children in Oas

    At least 91,281 residents in Bicol Region have been affected by Typhoon Nina (Nock-ten) in December 2016. The typhoon wreaked descended trees and streetlamps, impassable streets, and devastated houses. Due to the onslaught, damages to agriculture and infrastructure continue to surface. Moreover, sources of livelihood–especially for farmers— have been crippled. One of the severely affected areas is Oas. The aftermath left the children hungry. Thus, it is imperative to put up a Care Kitchen in the said area. Request details: 1 meal a day (every lunch during weekdays) = Php 16.00 Cost for one (1) child for 60 days = Php 960.00 Target number of meals: 60,000 Total target: 1000 children for 60 days = Php 960,000.00 The Care Kitchen in Oas will feed 1,000 children from 11 different barangays. **Learn more about Gawad Kalinga at www.gk1world.com :

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  • Operation Sagip Calls for Donation for Marawi

    As of June 1, Operation Sagip already reached out and extended aid to over 1,200 families or over 6,000 individuals affected by the conflict in Marawi. These families and individuals were displaced and are now in government designated evacuation centers. They are very much deprived of the comfort and security of their homes. For fear of their lives, most of them were not able to carry anything with them.  As the conflict continues, more of families will be needing help. With your generosity, Operation Sagip commits to provide immediate aid to as many displaced families as possible. Your benevolence can help preserve the dignity and the ray of hope that all will be well for these people.  PHP 5 Million be used to provide immediate relief in the form of food and hygiene kits. PHP 15 Million will be allocated in rehabilitation efforts mostly in the construction of classrooms for children and youth who are the most affected by this conflict.  May you be the shining light in the darkness that these people are going through.#IpasaAngPagAsaSaMarawi #ShareYourLove p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica} p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.0px Calibri; color: #212121; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.0px Calibri; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000; min-height: 19.0px} span.s1 {font-kerning: none}

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  • Disaster Response Feeding Operation

    New Life Community Care Foundation Int'l. Inc (NLCOM) is passionate in responding to the        immediate needs of individuals, families and communities who are hit by disasters and              calamities.  We do this by being the first to show up in disaster zones, preparing and serving    nutritious hot meals to the victims. Our team of volunteers rapidly respond and go to disaster areas together with our kitchen         truck. This truck is fully fitted with cooking equipment which has the capacity to prepare and    serve ten thousand hot meals per day. In line with our mission to prepare for disasters, we are launching a campaign to raise funds so when disaster hits, we can readily go, serve and meet the immediate needs of those affected.     Your donation will position us to respond and help victims of disasters in their time of great need. 

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  • Funding To Meet Logistics Challenges For Twelve Months

    Objectives: - To meet the logistical challenges BHHF experiences due to lack of funding to move critical aid - To bring hope to refugees in the Refugee Camps in northern Iraq - To make a difference in refugee lives by providing humanitarian aid, and better health-care to people in need  Humanitarian aid, medications, and mobile clinics to save lives: Past Performance: Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation (BHHF) has provided 90 loads (a portion of offered donations) of humanitarian aid and medications (donations by BHHF’s partners in western countries) with an estimated value of approximately 65 million EURO to around 0.5 million refugees in 2 years.  Current Needs: BHHF’s plan for the coming one year is transportation of offered 45 loads of donations that include medications, medical equipment, and humanitarian aid not limited to; The UK, Germany, USA, Canada, Sweden, The Netherlands, Norway, Finland, Macedonia, Belgium, and Italy. Funding is needed to transport, ship and distribute already acquired donations. Transportation and Distribution: 45 trucks of humanitarian aid and medications are ready for transport and delivery, but funding is needed to transport and deliver this aid. BHHF requests funding for the purchase of 2 trucks and 1 car to be used for this purpose and ongoing transportation and delivery systems. 5 mobile clinics await transport, delivery and set-up. Inventory/Product Control:Funding is needed to transport and deliver 45 loads of humanitarian aid. Packed onto pallets, donations generally detail number of boxes per item. When offloaded into BHHF’s warehouses the number of items and boxes are rechecked by the warehouse manager and an inventory update is provided to the coordinator. Distribution is prioritised based on those people most in need and fluctuates from day to day. Newly arrived refugees are most vulnerable and therefore receive the most urgent response from BHHF. Since camp life is so volatile in regards to need, BHHF staff contact camp managers and other local and international NGO’s on the ground in Kurdistan. Staff also make urgent and prioritised in-person assessments, all these tools are then utilised to provide BHHF’s local (Erbil) Chief Operations Director with real time information so decisions on aid and distribution come from an informed collation of numbers, facts, and needs and are prioritised as such. Photos play an important role as well, first in documenting what is seen and supporting assessments, but also to keep those individuals not currently on the ground in Erbil, the Founder and CEO for instance and international cooperative partners of BHHF who want information. They take the supplied concrete facts and apply actual pictorial versions of camp and refugee life to coincide with the help they provide. Documentation of the distributed aid is accompanied by a Certificate of Donation, signed by both BHHF staff and camp personnel. Distribution of medication is handled differently than non-medical aid. Most drugs require refrigerated trucks for transport. BHHF stores these medical drugs in their refrigerated warehouse when offloaded from the arriving trucks. Receipt and documentation provided to the BHHF coordinator are the same as for non-medical humanitarian aid; however, separate paperwork is kept for each.  BHHF has and maintains direct contact with the Kurdish Regional Government’s Ministry of Health, many hospitals and clinics within the refugee camps and keeps and maintains direct and personal contact with international and local health teams and NGO’s. BHHF maintains an updated list of donated medications and medical supplies. This list is provided to refugee camp clinic managers and the managers of the various organisations working on the ground in this venue. Once BHHF receives feedback from camp clinics on what medications they are currently accepting based on their individual needs, a determination is made by BHHF staff as to distribution. This determination is made based on actual, present day need and requests from medical/clinic managers, BHHF considers volume of patient care and recent distribution when ascertaining distribution protocols from the BHHF warehouses. Localised disease with infectious spread is also a seriously weighted factor. Every effort is made to avoid any preferential treatment or even the hint of preferential treatment by documentation, fact checking, BHHF staff on-the-ground involvement and assessments. Distribution versus need versus product are reassessed daily and fairly distributed across the entire Iraqi Region. Medication distributed through BHHF must be received and signed for by pharmacists or physicians. Monthly activity reports are provided to the CEO of BHHF while quarterly reports are discussed at quarterly Board meetings  Financial Model and Assumptions: Funding Required 448,600 Euro 

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  • 44 Days of Healthy Meals for Indigenous Children

    Surallah, South Cotabato in Mindanao is home to hundreds of indigenous children. Most of these beautiful kids are hungry due to poverty. By building a care kitchen which will serve nutritious food, the health of these children will improve. In effect, this will reflect in their educational performance. When their stomachs are full, their minds will be sharp! Request Details:1 meal per day (every lunch time) = Php 16.00Cost for one (1) child for 2 months (44 days) = Php 704.00Target number of meals: 6,600Total target: 150 children for 2 months (44 days) = Php 105,600.00Kusina ng Kalinga (KnK) continuously operates to feed students throughout the school year.You may sponsor a child for one school year for only Php 3,520.00. Agustina, a Barangay Councilwoman, says that “We have indigenous children here whose parents' work can only sustain their daily needs. Most of the time it isn't enough for the whole family. There are days that these children don't go to school because they don't have anything to eat. There are times that they still attend classes despite having empty stomachs. We would be very grateful if there would be a feeding program implemented. At least for a while, their hunger will be mitigated.” Since a Care Kitchen takes time to build and gather proper resources, the community would like to conduct a 2-month start up feeding program for 150 kids. This means 150 less hungry children from South Cotabato. Every lunch, a free meal will be served from Monday to Friday at their elementary school for two (2) consecutive months. **Learn more about Gawad Kalinga at www.gk1world.com :

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  • Surf our way to Save the Environment!

       In 2008, a group of die hard surfers discovered the site where Lola Sayong is currently situated. While enjoying the challenge brought about by the swell, they noticed that they are with local surfers who are out of school youths (OSYs). With the drive to help them finish studies, the group of Gubatnon for Adventourism Incorporated was established. The primary goal is to get funding through surfing and help the OSY surfers and ultimately the OSY of the community to finish schooling. As of date, Lola Sayong is one of the newest places to be in Sorsogon especially for backpackers and millennial. It was recently ranked second of the six places to be in Sorsogon. With the bulk of millennial visiting the place, there is a reason to enhance the camp area especially in terms of sanitation while still preserving the laid back ambiance.    There is a need for funding on the construction of comfort rooms and shower rooms. There is also a need to find a good source of water and have a water pump installed. With the continuous media exposure of the good Samaritan surfers, it is timely if they can have rush guards to serve as their uniform as to emphasize their identity of a good heart. With a more enhanced Lola Sayong Surf Camp, more tourists will come which means more OSY will be able to go back to school.WHAT WE NEED!- Kitchen Dining Facility (Php 420,000.00)- Lodging Enhancement (Php 600,000.00)- Toilet Bath Facility (Php 480,000.00)

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  • Prevention Access and Advocacy Campaign (PAAC)

    Prevention Access Advocacy Campaign (PAAC) is a health equity initiative lead by PAFPI to end the dual epidemics of HIV and HIV-related stigma by expanding access to HIV prevention and empowering Filipino with and vulnerable to HIV with accurate and meaningful information essential to their social, sexual, and reproductive health which a legal basis in this campaign.With a primary focus on engaging high-prevalence and underserved communities, PAAC works with national and local organizations both private and public to develop, share and replicate successful HIV prevention and anti–stigma social marketing campaigns, stage prevention event, and monitor the media for accuracy on HIV–related issues. Prevention Access Advocacy Campaign collaborates with non–government organization, faith based organization, private and public agencies and HIV prevention advocates who share the common goals to end HIV transmissions and HIV–related stigma in the Philippines by empowering Filipinos including youth with accurate and meaningful information.Our mission: The HIV Prevention Revolution There has never been a more hopeful time in the history of HIV/AIDS in the Philippines. Revolutionary advances in HIV prevention and treatment can now bring the epidemic to a halt: Early Testing and Early ART, for people who do not have HIV Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is an FDA–approved daily pill that prevents HIV; Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) can also be taken within 72 hours of exposure to help prevent HIV. For people living with HIV Research confirms that a person on Antiretroviral Treatment (ART) for at least six months with an undetectable viral load cannot transmit HIV to others. (Undetectable = Untransmittable: #UequalsU). Our strategy: Empower communities with accurate and meaningful information about HIV.  PAAC promotes information through these five innovative approaches to prevention and treatment campaign.1. Media & Social Marketing:We promote the #UequalsU message in the HIV/AIDS, niche, mass, and social media. Our unique social marketing campaign with public ad agency in partnership with the Department of Health will destigmatize and empower people with HIV and be available at no cost to our partners (both local and international).2. Community Organizing:Organizers in cities with high prevalence foster collaboration between agencies to improve awareness and access to prevention and treatment options by providing marketing campaigns, events and structural support within the Philippines.            3. Prevention Events:We stage “Power of meaningful and greater involvement of Filipino living with HIV and affected families (MIPA) and local partners to Prevention. Parties hosted by local influencers in underserved communities to promote social marketing campaigns, engage people most affected, and make HIV prevention a celebration.4. Monitoring and Evaluation:Regular staff, volunteers and partners meeting shall be conducted, including site visits. Financial expenditures shall be strictly monitored and safeguarded guided by PAFPI management ensuring transparency and confidentiality.5. Sustainability:Project implementers will advocate for the local leaders immediate response and commitment towards long term program sustainability that is to be undertaken at the community level.•    The above–mentioned activities (PAAC) will need PhP 4,000,000.00 budgetary requirement in the expanse of three (3) years of implementation that includes sub–activities (planning, site visit, dissemination of actual results), personnel and other administrative cost. San Juan

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