DISOP Philippines

Training on Succession Development for Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) Held.
Twenty-two delegates came to attend the annual capability building activity of DISOP Philippines partners focusing on Succession Development for NGOs.  The training was an answer to the cited needs of the partners in a needs assessment conducted in 2013. 
DISOP Philippines hold the 16th Annual Conference of its Partners in the Province of Bohol.
Bohol, December 4, 2014.    Forty-three delegates representing 21 non-government organizations and a funding partner, Heifer Philippines gathered together to hold the 16th annual conference of DISOP partners in the Philippines.  The civil society organizations (CSOs) mostly came from
The Gift: a story of Cecil Alipoyo by Sarah Enanoria, PFI staff
With the never-ending social issues around the world today, poverty is still a major problem like an epidemic with few cures. In the Philippines, low wages would be the variable that leads to poverty and families with low wages
DISOP hosted DRRM-CCAM Training for its Partners in the Philippines
Legaspi City, Albay.  November 23-27, 2015.   DISOP Philippines continuously strengthen the capacity of its partner-NGOs in the implementation of their respective projects.  Just recently, a DRR-CCA training was conducted in Legazpi City, Albay which was an answer to the needs
Poverty is reduced by Knowledge and Access to Information, SPPI beneficiary Babylyn Cabacang
Excerpts from the 2015 Annual Report of Sentro ha Pagpauswag ha Panginabuhi, Inc. (SPPI) about the story of Babylyn Cabacang, member of BUDLIS PO in Barangay Sawang, Capul, Northern Samar “Ang naghudyat sa akin para sumali sa organisasyong BUDLIS noong 2006
A Leaf of Hope: The Gerry Tabugon Story
“I am Gerardo ‘Gerry” Tabugon, a resident of Barangay Bugho, Hinunangan, Southern Leyte. I am married to Ma. Fe Tabugon and we have two (2) female children. My source of living for the last 15 years was a bus
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A Leaf of Hope: The Gerry Tabugon Story

 

“I am Gerardo ‘Gerry” Tabugon, a resident of Barangay Bugho, Hinunangan, Southern Leyte. I am married to Ma. Fe Tabugon and we have two (2) female children. My source of living for the last 15 years was a bus driver. I travelled daily from Tacloban to Maasin. Being a bus driver, I experienced a miserable …

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The Family Farm School Helps Realize My Dream to Become an Entrepreneur

 

I am FRANGIEL BORGONIA, 21 years old and an alumni of Holy Rosary Family Farm School (HRFFS) in Barangay Tanibag, Pinamungajan, Cebu. I am the eldest of the three children of Mr. Fabio Borgonia and Mrs. Francisca Cabalido-Borgonia. My father used to be a “habal-habal” driver and life has been very difficult in those times. …

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Innovative Seaweed Farming in Capul Island, Northern Samar

 

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Strengthening and Creating Opportunities for Watershed Dwellers in Cebu

 

The Sto. Niño Farmers Association (SNFA) in Barangay Pamutan, Cebu City is one of the beneficiaries of the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP). They are located inside the Buhisan Watershed and Forest Reserve which is one of the 5 sub-watersheds of Central Cebu Protected Landscape (CCPL). What is critical to them is the fact …

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Earning A Living Through Lobster Production

 

Mr. and Mrs. Pagulong – Poping, age 40, and Bebe, 36 – have been married for 9 years, blessed with 3 children. The family not only live in marginal, highly vulnerable areas but they also do not have legal ownership over the land. They just live in a simple nipa hut and amakan. Fishing and …

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Mang Jessie The Rattan Furniture Maker

 

Jessie Colo is one of the beneficiaries of the Foundational Center, Inc. (FCI). He lives in Barangay Visares, Capoocan, Leyte and a good rattan furniture maker. Mang Jessie earned a net income of Php12,000 per month from orders and walk-in customers where he displayed his furniture beside the road.   “I started my rattan furniture …

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A Drunkard Who Became a Community Animal Health Worker

 

EUSTIQUIANO “TIKOY” SALUDES is 55 years old, married and with 6 children, a retired Philippine Constabulary official residing in Barangay Molopolo, Macrohon, Southern Leyte. According to him he is famous in his barangay not because he is somebody but because of his being a drunkard. In 2011 after he retired from service, he was approached …

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Confession of a Self-made Successful Entrepreneur…

 

RUFA A. GERUNDIO, 53, is one of the trained entrepreneurs supported by the Pagtambayayong Foundation, Inc. (PFI) community-based projects in Sitio Riverside, Duljo Fatima, Cebu City. Married to Martiliano A. Gerundio who is a fisherman, Tessie, as she is fondly called, is a native from Lawis, Inabanga, Bohol. At the age of 12, she was …

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“If Only I Had More Hands”

 

In Barangay Manalog, Hinunangan, Southern Leyte lives a hard-working woman with the name of Norma Adlao. She is married to Artemio Adlao who works abroad. She is an example of a woman who is eager to augment whatever income her husband can send home. Her children are still in school and that is her prime …

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Empowerment of Local Leaders Created Better Opportunities for CBFM PO in Northern Samar

 

Robert Estopace is the current president of the federation of CBFM POs in Northern Samar. The federation has around 200 members which is currently assisted by the Foundational Center, Inc. (FCI). He and the equally active Board members of the Federation were very instrumental in the mainstreaming of development in their area and linkage building …

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