Water Reservoir for the Aetas
Project Malasakit with the support of donors has set up four (4) water pumping stations in the mountain. The Aeta community living there no longer needs to cross the steep mountain to get to the nearest water spring!
Pagkatapos ng ilang dekadang pag-iigib sa bundok... Sa wakas, may tubig na sa Sitio Malipano, Zambales! Thank you BNP Paribas Brice Jaulneau-Labarre, Andrew and Annie T. Ryland, Francisco Chingcuanco and Holy Rosary Parish of Angeles Pablo Virgilio David for sharing your compassion with our Aeta brothers. Salamat Maris Castro, Marjorie Velasco Oriel, Dave Ba-alan and Cheenee Flor Rola Dimailig for your hard work. Salamat sa inyo, sa wakas may tubig na ang mga Aeta ng Sitio Malipano. Salamat po Panginoon.
Aside from the water system, the donors also donated grocery items, slippers, etc. to the Aeta families Pagkatapos ng trabaho, boodle fight! Mangan tamu!
The outreach in photo
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How can you help?
You may help in our quarterly outreach projects in remote communities.
You may donate any amount of cash or in kind.
You can send us: - school supplies, - slippers, - clothes, - books, - food supplies, - noodles, - rice, - personal hygiene products, etc. These are the kind of things we bring to our quarterly outreach projects.
You may volunteer in repacking the goods.
We usually have our repacking one week before the scheduled outreach date. Details are posted on Facebook, Twitter and this website.
You may volunteer in the actual outreach and participate in gift-giving or distribution of goods.
This is an out of town trip — could be a day trip or an overnight trip depending on location.
Details such as schedule and expenses are usually posted on Facebook, Twitter and this website.
For donations and schedule of outreach/repacking, email:
Project Malasakit is a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registered foundation with Reg No. CN 201013987 and TIN: 007-861-739.