New Office location
We moved to a new location! We are now 2nd Floor Medical Specialist building, National Highway Barangay Calumpang, General Santos City. Landmarks: near Savemore market, beside Jetti Gasoline Station
New School Building for Kiponget Primary School
Kiponget Elementary School: Before (Left Picture), Present (Right Picture)
Once dubbed as the ‘flooding school’ of Palimbang, Sultan Kudarat, Kiponget Primary School has finally transferred to its new site last February 13, 2015 with a turn-over ceremony of its newest and first building on-site given by Pasali Philippines Foundation Inc. There were students, parents, teachers, religious and political leaders, DepEd Representatives and Pasali Staffs present in the activity. The building was an answer to the needs of the tri-people children to strengthen access to quality education through an enhanced learning environment. Read more...
Pasali turns-over multipurpose building to Kanipaan Elementary School
To widen tri-people children’s access to quality education through an enhanced learning environment, Pasali turns-over the newly-completed multipurpose building project to Kanipaan Elementary School at Kanipaan, Palimbang, Sultan Kudarat on November 5, 2014.
The Turn-Over Ceremonies was attended by Pasali Staffs and representatives from LGU and DepEd, school administration and Parents Teachers Association (PTA) with the students, parents and teachers of the school. Read More
Putting-up Ram Pump Water System:
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