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120-day Supplemental Nutrition Program launched in Pastolan Village

Twenty undernourished children from the Aeta Ambala were enrolled in PMFTC’s 120-day Supplemental Nutrition Program launched last December 16, 2017 at the Tribal Health Center of Pastolan Village, Hermosa, Bataan. Through the program, the children will receive one full meal and vitamins daily to correct early nutritional deficiencies that interfere with their physical, cognitive, and …

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JVOFI R&R 2017

THIS IS IT. After being postponed twice due to some circumstances, it is but appropriate to say that June 19, 2017 was a “this is it” for our staff. R&R is one of the days our staff look forward to as we go on a-day hiatus from our daily tasks, get to be together with …

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CONTINUING THE PROJECT’S MANTRA

  It has been three years since Jaime V. Ongpin Foundation Inc. (JVOFI) launched the USAID Phil-Am funded project, Protecting and Defending the Amburayan River Basin and  its’ Watersheds through Good Governance and Active Peoples’ Participation. On May 12, 2017, 85 participants gathered for the final Amburayan River Inter-Regional Stakeholders’ Closeout Meeting. A two day …

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78 Volunteers Deputized – Saving the Amburayan Project

  The Amburayan starts small from the mountains of Benguet, from the droplets of rain that seeps into trees, then watersheds, streams, falls and eventually become great rivers in La Union and Ilocos Region until it reaches its destination – the vast ocean. It does not stop flowing. It goes through its course, and its …

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BCPC equipped with advanced leadership skills

A two-day advanced leadership seminar was conducted to capacitate members of the Barangay Council for the Protection of Children (BCPC), enabling them to effectively and efficiently perform their commitment for the protection of children’s rights. Participants came from barangay’s Luzong Norte, Pacang, Silag, Tangaoan and Turod in Ilocos Sur. The training was held at Aloha …

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66 tobacco farmers undergo training on farm safety, first aid

66 tobacco farmers underwent a farm safety and first aid training conducted by JVOFI and PMFTC through the Community Management Fund Program on May 18-20. The activity aimed to equip the participants with the basic knowledge and skills in responding to emergencies that may happen in their workplace. The training was organized in collaboration with …

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NOTICE OF OFFICE TRANSFER

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JVOFI FY2013-14 Annual Report now available

Read about what we’ve accomplished in the last year in our latest annual report.

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