This year’s mode of implementation for Respect Education Project involves more on strengthening schools’ internal teaching ability and less on external facilitation. With this, series of trainings are prepared for recipient teachers and Sultan Kudarat State University (SKSU) College of Education students.
It is one of the project’s aims to capacitate the teachers to handle a class incorporated with value-based teaching methodology and contributes to leading educational aims in K-12 and the 21st century skills read more..
“MAGKANAWONG” – A Mobile Theater Production performed by PETA-trained Children’s Education and Welfare Program (CEWP) Facilitators
Indigenous people living in the highlands, most of the T’boli tribe of Maasim, Sarangani province, have always struggled to attain higher forms of education vital to their development. Being hardworking people some have tried to venture into business, progressing their native way of life – farming. It is therefore an opportunity that these entrepreneurs are cultivated and given proper learning read more..
It began from the initiative of Respect Education Foundation (REF) Netherlands to integrate “respect value” in teaching methodologies and has earned evident outcome in several selected schools in Netherlands. Pasali Philippines Foundation, through its partnership with CORDAID, in working with children of diverse cultural backgrounds over the past five years, sees the need to link with REF to directly involve children and teachers of both primary and secondary schools which promotes culturally sensitive approach and cultivate tolerance and respect society that is suitable with the many cultural differences in Mindanao read more
“Ang pagiging coffee grower ay isang business, dahil kung naglagay ka ng inputs dapat ikaw ay may output. Kung hindi mo ito gagastusan panu ka kikita? Sa pagtatanim ng kape pwedeng umunlad ang iyong buhay.” Ruben Aquino, Kalamansig Coffee Industry Development Council (COINDECO)
Kalamansig’s COINDECO, an association of Coffee Farmers, had for the past years received different coffee post harvest facilities through non profit organizations and government agencies, that aims to increase their income through increasing the quality of their harvested coffee beans read more..
A safe, adequate water supply within easy reach is still a dream for many people living in rural areas in the Philippines
Organizational Development Approach to Coffee Farmers
“Very Relevant, haum sa among needs” (fits our needs), comments one of the coffee farmers in Kalamansig who participated in the Strategic planning & Policy, System and Procedure making last month. read more..
Aiming to draw a road map for the next seven years (2016-2022), an organizational Strategic Planning workshop was held at Dolores Farm Resort, Polomolok, South Cotabato last October 27-29, 2015. It was facilitated by Development Consultant Jose Victor Peñaranda. read more..
As one of the nominees to participate in the 2015 Impact Awards of Stars Foundation, Pasali Philippines underwent an assessment last July 10 – 13, 2015 by Sadia Mahmud-Marshall, an independent consultant working on behalf of Stars Foundation. read more...
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