Accomplishment Report
(February 2012 – February 2013)

Infrastructure | Outreach | Alternative Livelihood | Graduating Scholars | Administrative Matters

 

 

 

INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS


Water Facility for Sitio Pagan

 

Many Mangyan children die of diarrhea and other water borned diseases because they don’t have access to potable water. With the help of water experts from LWUA and the local government we built the community 5 water pumps.

- SitioApnagan, Brgy Villa Pagasa, Bansud Mindoro Oriental (July 2012)

- Budget: P 48,000.00

- Donors: Group M Philippines; Local Government of Bansud; LWUA


Click : "Sunrise comes, School and Water for Mangyan" to know more and see the photos.




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Project Malasakit Water Facility for SitioPagan 

 

School for Mangyan Tribe

 

The high school building of SitioApagan is dilapidated. The teachers fear that the students are in danger. Its walls are only made of bambooandsawali. It’s very dangerous to use the school thus we built them a 2 classroom higschool building.

-  SitioApnagan, Brgy Villa Pagasa, Bansud, Mindoro Oriental

-  Aired on News to Go (July 2012)

-  Budget: P195,000.00

-  Donors: Group M Philippines


Click : "Sunrise comes, School and Water for Mangyan" to know more and see the photos.



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Balay Mangyan Health Center

 

- Construction of health center BrgyConrazon, Mindoro Oriental - - Budget: P 100,000 - Donor: Group M Philippines and Local Government of Bansud

- Construction of health center BrgyConrazon, Mindoro Oriental

- Aired on Powerhouse (September 2012)

-  Budget: P 100,000.00

-  Donor: Group M Philippines and Local Government of Bansud


Click : "Balay Mangyan" to know more and see the photos.



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Solar Power Facility for Mangyan tribe

 

The mangyans of SitioSawmil and SitioSapangDagat have never experienced having light on their own. In partnership with Spin Project, we provided the mangyan with the solar power facility and also thought them this technology.

- Sitio Sawmill and SitioSapangDagat, BrgyMalo, Bansud Mindoro Oriental
- 33 households - Aired on News To Go (December 2012)
- Budget: P 75,000.00
- Donor: Group M Philippines and SPIN Project

Click : "Liwanag sa Dilim" to know more and see the photos.

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School building/Multi-purpose hall for the Aeta Tribe

Many of the Aetas in SitioLiplip in Porac Pampanga are illiterate. With the help of the Department of education (DEPEd) in Porac and the Local Government, we built a multi-purpose building that will house the Adult Literacy Program (ALS) for the Aetas.

- School building for Adult Literacy Program

- SitioLiplip, Porac Pampanga (november 2012)

- Budget: P172,000.00

- Donor: Group M Philippines and local government of Porac

 

Click : "A new school for the Adult Literacy Program for the Aetas" to know more and see the photos.


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Solar Power Facility for the Dumagat Tribe

The Dumagattribe lived at the foot of the Siera Madre mountain ranges. Because they are very far in lowlands, they have not been provided any electricity by the Local Government. We cross 8 rivers and the 3 hour trek to provide them solar power facilities for their own good.

- Sitio Kinabuan, Brgy. Sta Inez, Tanay, Rizal

- 39 householdsFebruary 2013

- Airing on February 28, 2012 Motorcycle Diaries

- Budget: P 87,800.00

- Donor: Group M Philippines and SPIN Project

 

Click : "A new school for the Adult Literacy Program for the Aetas" to know more and see the photos.




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OUTREACH PROJECTS


 

Outreach for Mangyans

- SitioApnagan, Villa Pagasa, Bansud, Mindoro Oriental

- March 2012

- Beneficiaries: 200 families + 250 schoolchildren

- Items given: school supplies, bags, slippers and groceries

- Various donors

 


Click to see more photos at  "March 31, 2012 Outreach for Mangyans"



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Outreach for Mangyans, -	SitioApnagan, Villa Pagasa, Bansud, Mindoro Oriental 

 

 

Outreach for Aetas

- SitioLiplip, Porac Pampanga (June 2012)
- 150 Aeta families
- Donor: Robinsons Supermarket (grocery items)


Click : "A new school for the Adult Literacy Program for the Aetas" to know more and see the photos.




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Outreach for  Aetas, SitioLiplip, Porac Pampanga, Donor: Robinsons Supermarket  

 

Outreach for Mangyan Tribe


- Brgy. Malo, Bansud, Mindoro Oriental (July 2012)
- Gift giving + Medical Mission
- Items given: medicines, slippers, rubbershoes, groceries, toys, clothes, bags, school supplies, rice, personal hygiene kit, etc
- Donors: Gil Estanislao of Self Esteem Philippines, Ivan Mayrina, Monday dela Cruz, Cristina Masaya of Japan, DOH regional office in Mindoro; Provincial Government of Mindoro Oriental


Click : "Mindoro Outreach, July 29,2012" to know more and see the photos.


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Outreach for Mangyan Tribe

 

 

 

Outreach for Aeta Tribe


- Porac PampangaNovember 2012
- 150 Aeta school children
- Budget: P8,000.00
- Donor: Hilda and Terrence Ong and Bags of Bulacan









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Donor for Aeta outreach, Hilda and Terrence Ong, Bags of Bulacan

 

 

Outreach for a remote community in Sarangani province


- Sitio Banli, Malapatan, Sarangani Province
- 100 families – mostly poor abaca farmers
- items given: vegetable garden, groceries, rice, feeding sessions for malnourished children, vitamins
- Budget: P25,000.00





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Outreach for Sarangani

 

 

Outreach for Dumagat Tribe


- Sitio Kinabuan, Brgy. Sta Inez, Tanay Rizal (February 2013)
- Budget: P 12,000.00
- Items given: rice, medicines, sardines, noodles, coffee, personal hygiene products
- Donor: Edward Ayuste of Las Vegas (for medicines and food supplies); Project Malasakit Canada; Cristina Masaya of Japan, KriezldelaCuadra (for old clothes)


Click : "Unang liwanag, providing solar power to the Dumagat tribe" and "Team Canada" to know more and see the photos.









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Donors, : Edward Ayuste of Las Vegas, Project Malasakit Canada; Cristina Masaya, Kriezl dela Cuadra



ALTERNATIVE LIVELIHOOD


Sari-Sari Store for Anthony Dado-Acon

 

- Guiuan, Eastern Samar

- construction of Sari sari store (November 2012)

- budget: P 15,000

- Donor: I-Witness Kara David Team

 

Anthony goes to ocean to dive for sea cucumbers. A son of a fisherman, Anthony started working when was only 9 years old. Diving for sea cucumbers is not an easy task. Sea cucumbers usually appear at night or dawn. Armed with only a small flashlight, Anthony bravely dives dark waters to be able to look for these creatures.


Know Anthony and see his photos at his Project Malasakit page.





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Anthony Dado-Acon's sari sari store 

Alternative Livelihood for Jonel Dasco


- Paracale, Camarines Norte
- Construction of sari sari store + purchase of 3 piglets for hog raising livelihood
- Date: September 2012
- Budget: Php 15,000.00 + Php 10,000.00

Jonel was only 10 years old when he started helping his parents in "pagkakabod" or compressor mining. Everyday after school, Jonel goes to the mine site and dives in a 5 meter mud pit filled with water, in the hope of getting bits of gold.. He usually gets 30 pesos per week and he uses this for school allowance.


Know Jonel and see his photos at his Project Malasakit page.




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Piglets and store for Jonel Dasco 

Sari-Sari Store for Pido Nacua


- Olango Island, Cebu
- Construction of sari sari store (October 2012)
- Budget: Php 15,000.00
- Donors: Cristina and Alfred Cay

Pido's family is able to gather 50-100 starfishes which they sell for only P1.00- 2.00 depending on size. They earn P50.00- 100.00 everyday not enough to feed a family of 7 and support Pido’s education. Pido used to be a consistent honor student but now he has to let go of his dreams and start working for his family. b


Know Pido and see his photos at his Project Malasakit page.



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Sari-Sari Store for Pido Nacua

Sari-Sari Store for Mangyan Women


- purchase of one sewing machine for mangyan women who finished TESDA course on dress making
- Sitio Dyangdang, Brgy. Conrazon, Bansud
















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Alternative Livelihood for Mangyan Women

GRADUATING SCHOLARS


Jeza Marie Torres

 

Jeza Marie Torres lives in Nueva Ecija, her father is a tricycle driver. Her grandmother is an ofw died with cancer and also her mother recently died because of breast cancer. Jeza is one of our most promising scholars.

- Wesleyan University, Nueva Ecija

- BA Mass Communication

- Jeza is a prolific writer, she is a member of their school paper and consistent Deans Lister

- Graduating CUM LAUDE

- Donors: Mike Portes, Mariti Sunga


See her photos at Jeza's Project Malasakit page.







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Jeza Marie Torres Cum Laude Project malasakit scholar 

Christelle Arroyo


Christelle is the daughter of a Filipino seaman who was hostaged by Somalia rebels. She is also a painter and taekwondo black belter.
- Fatima University, Fatima University, Antipolo Rizal
- BS Hotel and Restaurant Management
- Christelle is also a painter and a taekwondo black belter
- Donors: Dennis Velayo, Louie Lansang, Paul Evora

See her photos at Christelle's Project Malasakit page.







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Christelle Arroyo, Project Malasakit scholar

Symone Estabillo


Symone lives in the Payatas dumpsite and used to work in the garbage dump with his parents.
- Asian Institute of Computer Science, QC
- BS Computer Science
- Christelle is also a painter and a taekwondo black belter
- Donors:Jareus Palmerus, Eleazar Valencia

Know Symone better at  his Project Malasakit page.







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Symone Estabillo, Project Malasakit scholar

Divina Dao-oyan


Divina is a very persistent, driven young girl. Though she has been laughed at and discriminated several times by her classmates -- they call her "taong-bundok" -- Divina remains strong and continues to study. She dreams of proving to others that Mangyan people can also excel.
- High school graduate
- Villa Pagasa National High School, Bansud, Mindoro Oriental
- Mangyan tribe
- Donors: Dennis Velayo, Melody Yapson, Rowena Bulaon


See her photos at Divina's Project Malasakit page.






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Divina Dao-oyan, Mangyan Project Malasakit scholar


ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS


 

 

DSWD Accreditation

 

- Registered as an Auxillary Social Welfare and Development Agency (Resource Agency) under the DSWD

- May 2012



















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Project Malasakit DSWD certification 

 

 

PCNC Accreditation


- Submitted all requirements February 2013
- PCNC Board deliberation March 2013
- Project Malasakit is now duly accredited by the Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC)

The Certificate of Registration states:

"This is to certify that Project Malasakit Inc., duly accredited by the Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC) did on this 29th day of July, register as a donee institution in accordance with the provision of Revenue Regulations No. 13-98. and donations received shall entitle the donor/s to FULL or LIMITED DEDUCTION pursuant to Section 34(H)(1) or (2) and EXEMPTION FROM DONOR'S TAX pursuant to Section 101 (A)(3) of the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997..."

Thank you for all our donors and supporters!







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PCNC Accreditation

Major Donors


- Group M Philippines (1.1 million pesos)
- Project Malasakit Canada (P 163, 229)
- Ed Ayuste (P31,000)
- Bags of Bulacan (50 bags)

See more of  the partners of Project Malasakit page.






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Bags of Bulacan Project Malasakit donor 

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