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Overcoming Childhood Poverty Through Education

July 11, 2016 ·  By Francisco B. Bermido Jr.

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Overcoming Childhood Poverty Through Education Despite the government’s efforts to provide free basic education to all, every year thousands of children drop out of school due to poverty and problems in the family and become vulnerable to abuse, trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. Only a few of these children get the proper intervention that will […]

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COLUMBAN MISSIONARIES : Economic Justice

June 23, 2016 · 

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Economic Justice COLUMBAN MISSIONARIES The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.  -John 10:10 Economic powers continue to justify the current global system where priority tends to be given to speculation and the pursuit of financial gain, which fail […]

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PREDA News : Welcome back to school !

June 22, 2016 · 

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The school year has started with the children at Preda home for girls going to school with great hope of over coming childhood poverty by education.The Preda outreach program to the former but now healed and recovered girls are already reintegrated and are enrolled in school their homes and they are receiving assistance and school […]

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Human trafficking is a time bomb ticking away in Europe

June 2, 2016 ·  By Grainne Kenny for www.stampoutslaverysos.com

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The public are complacent assuming that this happens elsewhere, and it’s ‘not our problem’. The truth is that it is everyone’s problem when children and other vulnerable people are subjected to inhumane practices by criminal elements. Romanian children and other vulnerable people in the world are equally entitled to their human and civil rights being […]

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PREDA Boys and Girls and the Japanese Group

May 30, 2016 · 

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Preda boys and girls poise with the Japanese dancing group in Olongapo City on Sunday 29 May during the power dance tournament.The Japanese group visited the boys home after the event. Preda News. shaycullen@preda.org

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A TRIBUTE TO Klaus Wöldecke FROM THE PREDA FAIR TRADE FAMILY IN THE PHILIPPINES.

May 25, 2016 · 

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On behalf of all the members of the Preda Fair Trade I send our deepest sympathy and condolences to the family of  Klaus Wöldecke  and share our loss with our friends and supporters among the members of the World Shop Association.  Weltladen-Dachverband e.V. Mainz . Klaus’s passing is a great loss to all of us in this world. He has […]

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INDIGENIOUS PEOPLE ARE THE MOST AFFECTED BY RECKLESS MINING

May 4, 2016 · 

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The case of mining is quite different from agriculture. If agriculture is about cultivating and caring for the land, mining is about extracting resources—typically in pursuit of profit, often short-term profit divorced from the common good. Pope Francis is clear about this: “The earth’s resources are also being plundered because of short-sighted approaches to the […]

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PREDA FAIR TRADE VOLUNTEERS PLANTS THOUSANDS OF FRUIT TREES

May 4, 2016 · 

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FAIR TRADE SUSTAINS MARGINALIZED FARMERS. Laudato si’ Caring for Creation in Agriculture and Mining – Agriculture – There are few human activities more fundamental than agriculture. Cultivation and domestication are ancient in origin, and now we rely on sustainable agriculture to feed and nourish the world’s people. This is more important than ever in a […]

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Eight Swedish Interns graduate at the Preda Social practicum course.

May 2, 2016 · 

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APRIL 2016 Preda Foundation,Olongapo City . INTERNSHIP FOR STUDENTS OF ANTHROPOLOGY, SOCAIL WORK,PSYCHOLOGY,LAW, FAIR TRADE BUSINESS, HUMAN AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.     Smiling and happy the eight students of Uma University in Sweden completed their 30 days intensive  practicum training at the  Preda Social and Human Development training course. This program has been successfully offere  for […]

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Toxic Poison on Rhino and Elephant Horns and Tusks will save them?

May 2, 2016 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

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The controversial remedy being used by some conservationists is to lace the horns and tusks of living Rhino and Elephants with a toxin harmful to human but harmless to the animals.This they say will make the tusks and horns worthless and even dangerous for carving and medicine. It could make the male Chinese sterile. That […]

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