The world defines success in many forms. Others view it as acquiring wealth, fame, and power. But for some individuals who had to strive every single day to provide food on their table, success is also determined on how they rise up from the ashes of their past and move forward to improving their well-being continue reading : Rise up like a Phoenix
Dili babag ang pandemya sa atuang mga panganduy, kailangan ra nato mag kugi ug mag tinabangay para mulambo Isnain Zorillo, LAG Beneficiary A father of two and a responsible and loving husband. Mr. Isnain Diano Zorilla 37, a native of Godod was married to Ms. Rosalie Cuico Saja also a native from Godod, Zamboanga Del continue reading : Cutting Through the Pandemic
Imagine your life without access to potable water, electricity, quality education and health facilities. Many of the residents have no access to toilet, some even live on stilt houses. That used to be the life situation of Magdalina Rabanos and Martin Canoy and their family at Barangay White Beach, Pagadian City, Zamboanga Del Sur. They continue reading : Family on stilt house, now owns a 2-storey shelter
We have heard many stories of success that started from scratch; stories that are popularly known as ‘Rags to Riches’. In most cases, when a successful person finds his fortune, he never forgets to look back and help those that may have suffered in the same situation. This applies to the Lengatong Family. Despite their continue reading : Instrument of Success
Candles are often symbols of prayers. A lit candle signifies that our prayers will reach the Supreme Being as we offer Him our faith and we let Him know the deepest desires of our hearts. Quite literally, candles brought success to one family in Zamboanga Sibugay. Praides Donio works as a candle delivery man who continue reading : Candles for Success
Tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick… The sound of computer mouse clicking, and the clattering of the keyboards fill the entire room full of young boys as they yell at the top of their throat during an intense digital battle using only their fingers. Their faces are lit with hues of blues and whites continue reading : Back to school: GAME ON!
Not only that gulay (vegetable) rhymes with their surname, it also is their instrument to magandang buhay (beautiful life). Bulay Family is a testament to the wealth of vegetable farming. Aside from the fact that it brings rich nutrition to the body, one can also be successful and use this as a means to grow continue reading : Gulay for Magandang Buhay
“Gustuhin ko mang makapagtapos pero… hindi sapat ang hanapbuhay ng aking magulang upang matustusan yung pangangailangan ko sa pag-aaral.” It is not anyone’s fault. Some of us are just unfortunate to be in a situation that does not allow us to have the privileges that others have. But school is not a privilege. It is continue reading : Equality through the lens of the poor