Joselito

Joselito P. lives in an island that has not seen any kind of light -- electricity has not come to the remote island of silaki in pangasinan. A child laborer since 5 years old, Joselito dives for sea urchins everyday so he can send himself to school.

 

Joselito represented his school in the province-wide Electronics Competition. Joselito won 2nd place. The poor former child laborer, bested students coming from rich schools

 

Who would have thought that a child from a remote island that hasn't seen any light/electricity could win in an electronics competition?

 

Such is the power of determination. Such is the power of malasakit.

 

With the small amount of P1,000 per month from donors, Joselito  is slowly fulfilling his dream of becoming an engineer as he graduated last March 2014 from High School with honors and a Campus Journalism award.

 

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Joselito's life in photo

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Joselito Padilla, won in an electronics competition Joselito graduated top 7 in his elementary batch Joselito dreams of becoming an engineer one day.
Joselito Padilla, won in an electronics competition Joselito graduated top 7 in his elementary batch Joselito dreams of becoming an engineer one day.
     
Joselito Padilla, won in an electronics competition Joselito, graduates High School with a Campus Journalism Award. Joselito, graduates High School with a Campus Journalism Award.


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How can you help?

 

With just 1,000 pesos ($20) per month, you can help send a poor Filipino child to school, change their lives and give them a decent future  

 

Elementary and High School

P1,000 per month to cover transportation, food, and school projects

 

P1,500 per year for tuition, uniform, student “ID”, PTA, etc.  

 

College

Tuition varies widely P500-1,000 monthly allowance for food, transportation, etc.  

 

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