Category: Move & Volunteer

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Seeing Through Recycled Bottles

I am very much happy to write something about a very good friend I have met while we were volunteering together during the first few months after typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan left our country devastated. Luckily,...

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BalikBalay: Rebuilding Families

As the new year 2015 greeted me with a positive energy, I am also about to start another volunteer project — Balik Balay Shelter for Typhoon (Yolanda) Survivors. The said project has been originally...

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2nd EcoCamp: Sustainable Eco-Tourism

Last October 25-26, 2014, SEED4COM held its 2ndEcoCamp: Island Warrior Trash Heroes Project in Gilutongan Island with the participation of different organizations like the Kindred Nomad Project, Quota International Cebu, Rotary Club – Mandaue...

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Unconditional in Leyte

December 7, 2013 — My volunteer group, the Kindred Nomad Project organized our second relief operation in my family’s hometown, Merida, Leyte. It was Migy’s idea to go back to Brgy. Lamanoc when a little...

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Importance of Collaboration

Apart from being a mother and a digital media practitioner, I am also an active volunteer for various causes since after the typhoon Haiyan (local name: Yolanda) hit most parts of Visayas last November...

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