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A VOLUNTEER'S IMMERSION EXPERIENCE AT PAPAHT AETA COMMUNITY, BOTOLAN

September 17, 2013 · 

by Felix Broeckling Wed – Fri, sep 11th -13th Community Immersion at PAPAHT expectations: I expected to go there to build houses and experience living on the same standards of comfort as the aeta. I did not have any fixed expectations besides that, only to make experiences and accept and enjoy what will happen. Arriving […]

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FIELD REPORT OF DONARD ANGELES MEDICAL MISSION TO AETA COMMUNITIES

September 6, 2013 · 

FIELD REPORT OF  DONARD ANGELES MEDICAL MISSION TO AETA COMMUNITIES August 30, 2013 (Friday) Facilitated the medical mission at Alibang Aeta community, Naugsol, Subic together with Fr. Shay, PEPS team and German volunteers. It was a successful joint activity by Preda, Pfizer and JFK SPED Center. Pfizer brought medicines while Preda tapped the services of […]

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Field report of Donard Angeles Preda agriculturist and community organizer.

September 6, 2013 · 

Field report of  Donard  Angeles Preda agriculturist and community organizer. Producer’s  development officer. August 31, 2013 (Saturday) I facilitated the tree planting activity at Maporac Aeta Organization. The activity was participated by Bunkyo University students from Japan, Students, Teachers and parents from JFK SPED Center-Subic and the community leaders and members. A total of 268 […]

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Letter from Anneluise,Volunteer at Preda Fair Trade.

April 17, 2013 · 

Dear Father Shay, it was in May 2012 at your visit to our Weltladen in Eisenstadt when you encouraged me to volunteer for Preda. It didn’t take a long time for me to decide to join your work. I have known Preda and its projects on the paper, but being part of it has exceeded […]

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A week in the life of a Preda Volunteer

September 20, 2012 ·  By Luca, Preda Intern

Monday, I worked at the Boys Home. The TV Crew was there also and I was surprised how the boys did not really act towards the camera. They just behaved as they normally do and the Tv crew got a lot of good shots. In the afternoon me and Tobias joined the outing to the […]

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INTERN RESEARCHER REPORTS HER EXPERIENCE.

September 19, 2012 ·  By Seunghee Lee

Tree Planting in Baquilan Resettlement Site in Botolan, Zambales After visiting here, I felt that social development assistance such as providing goats, mango seedlings and training for organic mango growing is all integrated into long-term fair-trade work and it’s very good approach to sustainable self-development of farmers. Impressive things to me is that very steep […]

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Criminalizing customers of trafficked prostitutes: a big step, but not far enough

September 11, 2012 ·  By Marlene Rachel Cayoun, Preda Legal Intern

  The Anti-Trafficking Act of 2003 (RA 9208) is an excellent piece of legislation that puts Philippine law at the forefront of the fight against a horrific global criminal enterprise. In precision and scope, RA 9208 outdoes similar legislation from many European countries, South-East Asian neighbors and Australia. When borne out through determined initiatives for […]

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An appeal to judicial reformers: start with the children

September 7, 2012 ·  By Marlene Rachel Cayoun, Legal Intern, Preda Foundation Inc.

Acting Chief Justice Antionia Carpio delivered an address in June to the Integrated Bar of the Philippines[1]. His sentiment was commendable. In a wide-ranging speech that asked the judiciary to Œlearn the lessons from the recent impeachment of the former Chief Justice Renato C. Corona, His Honor Carpio sought to urge the judiciary to welcome […]

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Preda Producers visit – Bag Sewers, pumice stones

September 3, 2012 ·  By Korean Intern

Korean Intern. August 2012 I finished the Korean fair trade market analysis and visited two handicrafts producers of fair trade office. One of them was a bag sewer. He had one small room to work and two tiny rooms for his family. But his life standard was much worse than that now, when he worked […]

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A volunteer goes to the court hearing

August 28, 2012 ·  By Johanna Hirte, Psychology Intern

The next day I went to a hearing in Iba, together with Mae, Yonelyn (Intern, volunteers) and two of the CSA girls. The girls were very brave and strong, I guess because they get a lot of encouragement from the social workers.I really respect Preda’s work, trying to achieve justice for the young girls. In […]

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