Rosemarie Modina, Quezon City

 From Adversity to Abundance: A Tale of Rag Maker  Life’s experiences are like various scraps of fabric: there are lovely exotic pieces, typical, uncommon, and bits we don’t like but all are part of a story and should not be discarded on the trash heap. When these scraps of fabric remnants are sewn together, they […]

Resty R. Reyes, Building Resilient Communities Beneficiary

A Parenting Education and Early Childhood Development Training-Workshop under the Building Resilient Communities (BRC) Project “It is not easy to be a parent, but we should know and understand what and how they feel as our children. We can’t always be right just because we are the parent. It is also important that we should […]

Aguilan and Gablay Gayagan Couple, Northern Luzon

“I wanted to try organic gardening because the price of synthetic fertilizer keeps going up while the price of our products is very uncertain”, said Aguilan slowly when asked why he is interested with organic farming. Aguilan and wife Gablay have been living on gardening and occasional por dia construction work. They have three young […]

Lina Maguiza, Antipolo City, Rizal

A former Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW), Liza founded her business in 2013, and since then, it’s been a meaningful journey for her and her staff of 16 which includes family members! One that’s filled with fabrics, sewing machines, buttons, measuring tapes, etc. Their wide array of products include hoodies, jackets, shorts, and dresses that they […]

Suzette Tumongcay, Bukidnon

With a PHP10,000 loan, Suzette started her wholesale and retail rice trading business. From its humble beginnings, she now has two formal branches, one in Kibawe which opened November 2019, and in Damulog, which opened March 2020. She is currently preparing for the opening of her latest branch in Kadingilan. At present, Suzette has six […]

Amelia Morelos, Bulacan

Amelia’s garden ornamentals and landscaping business which she founded in 2006 was deeply affected by the pandemic yet this did not deter her from persevering. She took this opportunity instead to install screen protections to their plants as they expected a rise in demand for these after the pandemic. Even during the financially tight situation […]

Elvira Mangaya-ay, Bohol

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