Sitio Malipano June 2013 Outreach for the Aetas


Kara David gives new footwear to an Aeta chiefAt Sitio Malipano in Zambales, majority of the Aeta adults are illiterate but thru the efforts of a volunteer teacher, an adult literacy program was set up in the mountains. The Aeta children on the other hand need to walk kilometers to get to school.

Last June 22, 2013, Project Malasakit revisited the Aetas, 200 Aeta children and 100 Aeta families were given medicines, slippers, school supplies, bags.

Aside from that, through Sandugo's donation of 2,000 pairs of slippers and shoes, we were able to deliver sturdy footwear for our Aetas.


Compassion can indeed move mountains.

 

 

 

Excerpt of Kara David's documentary "Ba-Be-Bi-Boto"



Photos of the Outreach and the Beneficiaries, Volunteers and Donors.
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Veronica Ibarreta's solo art exhibit at F1 Premier Hotel, The Fort went to Project Malasakit Veronica Ibarreta's solo art exhibit at F1 Premier Hotel, The Fort went to Project Malasakit Veronica Ibarreta's solo art exhibit at F1 Premier Hotel, The Fort went to Project Malasakit
Veronica Ibarreta's solo art exhibit at F1 Premier Hotel, The Fort went to Project Malasakit Veronica Ibarreta's solo art exhibit at F1 Premier Hotel, The Fort went to Project Malasakit Veronica Ibarreta's solo art exhibit at F1 Premier Hotel, The Fort went to Project Malasakit
Veronica Ibarreta's solo art exhibit at F1 Premier Hotel, The Fort went to Project Malasakit School supplies donated by fb friend Marie Molina and my twitter followers richard and amanda zafra. Hurrah for social media! School supplies donated by fb friend Marie Molina and my twitter followers richard and amanda zafra. Hurrah for social media!
Sacks of shirts and socks donated by Mr. Rufino Co Sacks of shirts and socks donated by Mr. Rufino Co Veronica Ibarreta's solo art exhibit at F1 Premier Hotel, The Fort went to Project Malasakit
Sacks of shirts and socks donated by Mr. Rufino Co Our aeta scholars Lyra and Bimiana  support their education thru www.projectmalasakit.com 
200 aeta children and 100 aeta families were given medicines, slippers, school supplies, bags. Thank you to our donors Anna Liza E. Faminialagao Job Faminialagao Marie Molina John Jonnet Silverio

So proud of my hardworking project malasakit volunteers. Dagat tatawirin, bundok man ay tatahakin para sa malasakit 
200 aeta children and 100 aeta families were given medicines, slippers, school supplies, bags. Thank you to our donors Anna Liza E. Faminialagao Job Faminialagao Marie Molina John Jonnet Silverio
Most adults in Sitio malipano do not know how to read and write. Aeta children walk miles to go to the nearest school
The road to sitio malipano. Thank you Club Overland and Pampanga Dirt Riders for helping us transport the school supplies

Our aeta scholars lyra and bimiana  support their education thru www.projectmalasakit.com So proud of my hardworking project malasakit volunteers. Dagat tatawirin, bundok man ay tatahakin para sa malasakit  


-Click to know more about Adult Literacy Program for the Aetas.

-Click to meet Project Malasakit's first Aeta scholar.

 

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