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Philippines Is Number One Most Affected Country by Climate Change


Is climate change affecting the Philippines? the world? In 2015, the Climate Reality Project reported the Global Climate Risk Index and listed the Philippines as the number one most affected country by climate change. This is not an easy problem to fix, but the first step is educating citizens both in the Philippines and around the world. Continue reading

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Is Climate Change Affecting the Philippines? the World?


Is climate change affecting the Philippines? the world? In 2015, the Climate Reality Project reported the Global Climate Risk Index and listed the Philippines as the number one most affected country by climate change. This is not an easy problem to fix, but the first step is educating citizens both in the Philippines and around the world. Continue reading

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Like Heaven On Earth


Hundreds of farmers and their families in Basey, Samar work together in an organic farmers cooperative. They work together to create a self-sustaining community and carve their own little heaven on earth. 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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Youth, Arts, Environment and Sustainable Recovery After Typhoon Haiyan


Youth in Cebu, Philippines Participate in Arts, Environment and Sustainable Workshop Recovery After Typhoon Haiyan http://wp.me/pDnD0-zl 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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Pagbabalik 2012 Raffle Winners


    From left: Bayanihan’s long-time supporter Shirley Pintado from Chicago  and Organizing Director Myrla Baldonado  reading the names of the winners during the second  “Pagbabalik” (Coming Home) workshop last January  2012 at the Clark Museum, Clark Special Economic Zone, … Continue reading

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