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Basic education and literacy

Integrated Leadership and Arts Workshop

On February 19, 2021, Transformational President (TP) Lito conducted the Integrated Leadership and Arts Workshop (ILAW) at the headquarters of our club. Our district 3810 granted our club P25,000 for the workshop. There were 10 students under our scholarship program and an American student who actively participated in the workshop. Mario, a student who used to be at the nearby squatter camp and n...
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National Children’s Month

On November 27, 2020, Municipality of Alfonso, Cavite held the annual event National Children's Month celebration under the theme "Let us work together to protect the rights of each child during the Covid-19 pandemic!". Mayor Randy Salamat included our club in their appreciation for its contributions to stop child sexual abuse and a plaque of recognition was awarded. Due to pandemic, many school ...
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Continued Assistance for Students in Camp Hope

On October 6, 2020, our club (Rotary International Multinational Manila: RIMM) assisted 4 of the scholars from Camp Hope for much needed school supplies such as notepads, colored pens, glue, bond paper, marker, folders, etc. Two of them are in senior high school while the other two are in college. One in Grade 12 said that she was worried since she did not have any school supplies at all since he...
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Support for Sexually Abused Children

On October 8, 2020, Gina of DSWD (Department of Social Welfare Development), Councilor Carol of LCPC (Local Council for Protection of Children) and our past president Raymund visited Barangay Marahan Uno in Alfonso, Cavite to see 11 year-old girl who is a rape victim of her stepfather. She was given a Huwei Matepad tablet by DSWD Alfonso out of RIMM's monthly assistance fund for the family since ...
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Aetas in Olongapo – Support for New Distance Learning

Since September 25, 2020 on, our club Rotarian Imelda who lead Aeta support project in Olongapo had assisted in providing sanitary items for the pandemic measure instructed by the department of education of the Philippines prior to school class reopening on October 5, 2020. Rotarian Imelda worked together with Aeta village community elementary school in Subic Bay, Zambales. The donated items by...
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Distribution of Samsung Tablets

By August 1, the 2020/21 RIMM Scholarship list which RIMM was working on for several months had been expanded to 9 applicants for College Scholarships and 21 applicants for Snr. High School Scholarships as more specific feedback had been received continuously from indigent camps and the relocated AETA village in San Luis. This final list was also forwarded to Rotary District Governor Liza as she ...
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The Aeta Village Project in Batangas

In late January 2020, RIMM was informed about a 64 family AETA tribe relocating from the beach because the present resort owners apparently were reluctant to continue their presence there and also because of tsunami concerns pertaining to earthquakes related to the January 10 Taal Volcano eruption.The AETA tribe had finalized the purchase of a small and steep hillside plot subdivided into 61 lots...
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2019 Aeta Daycare Christmas Gift Giving

On December 10, 2019, Rotary Club of Multinational Manila R.I. District 3810 (RIMM) sponsored Xmas gift giving event for Aeta, which is one of the minority indigene in the Philippines. Assorted toys, chocolate, cookies, candies, donuts, coffee mugs, etc. had been donated for the event.About 50 Aeta daycare students and 20 Aeta mothers participated to the event held at Aeta Village, Bataan. On ...
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Quarterly Support for the Day Care Pupils

On December 6, 2019, President Henry & IPP Raymund went to the Brgy. Sicat Daycare to give the quarterly financial assistance for the fourth quarter through Teacher Florenda for the 5 pupils of Camp Hope, which covers tuition, school supplies, uniform, shoes, etc. Camp Hope is a nearby squatter area where many indigent families migrated from Samar Island reside. RIMM (Rotary International Mu...
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Assistance to 5 indigent Day Care pupils of Camp Hope

RIMM is financially assisting 5 indigent pupils from Camp Hope enrolled at the Day Care in Brgy. Sicat, Alfonso for their monthly contributions to their teacher's semi-voluntary monthly salaries as regulated by DSWD for the school year 2019-2020. Our assistance covered the months of July to September 2019. The mothers of the 5 indigent Day Care pupils were very grateful of the assistance of RIMM...
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