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What’s Next? Support Women Vendors and Their Children To Have Access to Clean Water


In 2014, women vendors of Carbon Market, Cebu’s largest market were displaced by a devastating fire. In 2017, they’re still waiting for justice. Their substandard homes lack a basic sewer system that created a public health hazard of filthy, standing water and resulted in the death of a toddler due to dengue fever. Can you donate $25 to help build a basic water sewer system and provide access to clean water to 67 families? Continue reading

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Giving Circle Influences Young Filipino Americans to Give Back


Bayanihan Foundation debuts the Community Power Giving Circle, created by young Filipino Americans to give back to young Filipinos and Filipino Americans locally and globally. Continue reading

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Education Leads to Action for Philippines Environmental Cleanup


Participants from the Kaluluwa Kolectivo and NEXTGEN Fellows engaged in many efforts to conduct youth environmental workshops, provide critical consciousness raising and engage in discussion of climate change and environmental sustainability. Continue reading

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Youth in Cebu Learn about Permaculture, Sustainable Recovery and Development


Youth participants in Cebu, Philippines Learn about Permaculture, Sustainable Recovery and Development with Bayanihan Foundation board member James Castillo http://wp.me/pDnD0-zB Continue reading

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Return to Paradise: Bayanihan Foundation board member James Castillo Conducts Youth workshop, plants thousands of mangrove trees


James Castillo, Bayanihan Foundation board member talks about his recent trip to Cebu Philippines hosting the 2013 Pagbabalik (Coming Home) workshop and planting thousands of mangrove trees there. Continue reading

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Upcoming NEXTGEN Event


Passage To Home:  A Dialogue As 2nd, 3rd, -generation Filipino Americans, how can we give back to our home country? How can we learn more about “home”? Are there opportunities to invest in the sustainable development of the Philippines? Saturday, … Continue reading

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The unfinished task of cleaning up the toxic contamination left behind by the US former bases in the Philippines


Myrla Baldonado shares her view on unfinished task of cleaning up toxic contamination left behind by US former bases in Philippines. Continue reading

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