The “Tanim sa Kinabukasan” (TSK) project scales up with the inclusion of Naga City and the Aeta communities in Clark. TSK builds the enthusiasm and capability of parents, students, and teachers to do backyard gardening. Aside from contributing to healthy living, parents can also be engaged in livelihood programs to increase their earnings.
iRemit, Inc. (iRemit), the country’s largest non-bank, Filipino-owned remittance company, has teamed up with Synergeia Foundation to improve reading skills in a school in Tondo, Manila.
After three years of “absence”, the much-anticipated Tipanan returns on February 20-22, 2009 at the WOW Philippines Clamshell 1, Intramuros, Manila. Tipanan celebrates significant progress in education reform throughout the country over the past years. Once again, the event honors the Filipino child, with its theme, “Rekindling the Filipino Identity Among our Children”.