In its seventh year, the Filipino Young Leaders Program (FYLPro) continues to strengthen the links of Filipino-American youth to the Philippines through a weeklong...
Young leaders from the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao gathered in Cotabato City on November 22 to showcase various innovative projects implemented in their respective communities.
Because partnerships are embedded in the way we do things, we make sure that no one is a passive participant in our initiatives. Each one has a stake in the project, and therefore plays a critical role in ensuring its success.
Filipino seafarers recognized, given financial literacy education as BPI celebrates Magsaysay Annual Family Day
In recognition of the contribution of the Filipino seafarers to our country, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) participated in the Magsaysay Family Day, an annual event organized by Magsaysay MOL Marine, Inc.
Popular celebrity and visual artist Solenn Heussaff has collaborated with Body Party to release swimwear using her art and recycled plastics.
The Philippine Statistics Authority’s 2017 survey on overseas Filipinos revealed that about 2.3 million Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) are spread out across the world from the period of April to Sept. 2017.
Fifty young leaders from the rural barangays and indigenous groups from Anilao, Iloilo province join their barangay officials in advancing transformation through Leadership Communities...
BPI Direct BanKo, Inc. (BanKo) has reached out to the grassroots in the provinces hauling some balls to smash with the help of its volleyball team, the BanKo Perlas Spikers.
The tradition of weaving among the people of Maguindanao is called inaul. Into these beautiful fabrics are woven the history, culture, and identity of the people of Maguindanao—which is why a group of young men and women is committed to keeping this tradition alive.
Of all the inequalities in the world, the one that causes the greatest concern is that “children in the most vulnerable areas of the planet don’t have access to quality education.”
Spicy and unique: that’s palapa. A staple in Maranao cuisine, it can be used as an appetizer or as a condiment in various dishes. It defines Maranao culture, and served as Jalilah Sapiin’s inspiration for her team’s project under BYLP-LeadCom.
Over 22 million hours have been recorded at the end of the Time Please volunteering program to help plant trees, contribute in various events like disaster relief projects and school drives, clean up rivers, and assist persons with disability (PWD) in various community events conducted all over the country.