The ULILA Foundation of Sir Joseph de Leon



since Dec. 1, 2008

Outreach Missions

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台風30号による被害を受けたフィリピンに募金をお願いします。

Please donate for the Typhoon Victims in the Philippines.

Ebina Central East Exit (2nd Floor near Escalator)...

2013.12.14: 17:00-19:00: 39,000. Yen

2013.12.15: 17:00-19:00: 9,005 Yen

2013.12.16: 17:00-19:00: 26,005 Yen

2013.12.17: 17:00-19:00

2013.12.18: 17:00-19:00

2013.12.19: 17:00-19:00

2013.12.20: 17:00-19:00

Hi, My name is Mr. Joseph de Leon, a Filipino and an English Teacher here in Japan since 2005.

Welcome to my Foundation named, The Ulila Foundation.

The word "Ulila" is a tagalog term which means Orphan. It was named after my situation where in 1972 , I became an orphan at the age of 7 months old when my parents separated (click the page "founder" to read my life story). As an orphan, I struggled to survive the hardship of life, living with my grandparents in the mountain and doing my best to help them feed me until I was 12. There were many times in my life that I got no food to eat, begging from other children to share their food to me. I was bullied, maltreated and degraded. These experiences made me stronger and I promised myself to be successful and will help the poor people like me for I know how hard it is to be in this situation.

Most of the people know the hardships I went through and using my name in this Foundation will inspire them to take the challenge of everyday life.

In March 2008, I went home to the City where I spent 33 years of my life, Zamboanga City-Philippines. This was during my spring vacation in my school here in Japan. As I sat at the bench at Boulevard (this is where I spent my life as an orphan, sleeping beside the sea ), I saw some street children walking infront of me naked because they have to clothes to wear. Everything about my hardships during my childhood just flashed back I saw myself in one of those street children. The promise I made to myself when I was a child once again reminded me to do something for these kids.

When I came back to Japan the following month, I started searching for clothes from my friends, and to my surprised, many responded to give me their used clothes.

In December 1, 2008, I decided to name my mission as The ULILA Foundation where I started to send clothes in the Philippines. I then returned home to do the distribution of clothes to these kids and poor families. i just didn't give them the clothes but inspired them with my life story. "Poverty is never a hindrance to serve humanity"...one of the lines in my message to them.Most of these kids felt they were lucky with their situation having heard my story and promised me to finish their studies , be successful and serve others like what I am doing.

In 2010, I started to expand my beneficiaries not only to poor kids but also to typhoon, fire and war victims by giving them rice, canned goods, school supplies from the donations I got from friends, neighbors and facebook volunteers and donors.

As of today, December 6, 2013,on my 5th year doing this outreach missions, I was able to collect and distribute more than 75,000 clothes and school supplies worth 15 Million Yen or 7.5 Milliion Pesos, Cash used to buy rice and other goods amounting to 900,000. Yen with more than 10,000 individuals as beneficiaries around the Archipelago.

From December 25,2013 to January 5, 2014, I will be conducting my next outreach missions in the Philippines for the Typhoon Haiyan Survivors in Tacloban Leyte , Ormoc Leyte, Bohol, Cebu, Iloilo, The war victims in Zamboanga City and street children in Manila.

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Daily Collection of Clothes here in Japan since December 2008

 




December 25, 2013-January 5, 2014 Outreach Missions for Typhoon Haiyan where I will personally distribute the relief goods to the survivors and inspire them with my life story of hope: (Photos and videos will be posted on January 10, 2014)

 

December 1, 2013: The Ulila Foundation's Outreach Mission in Zamboanga City, Philippines for the war and flood victims: 55 sacks of rice worth 162,700 Yen were given to the victims through my Outreach Volunteer Coordinators, Dr. Victor A. Liozo Jr. (Red Cross Administrator) and Jenny Escalera (Red Cross Staff). Thank you to all my volunteer donors.

December 1, 2013: Me and the Nakashinden Elementary School PTA conducted a fund raising for the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan. We were able to raise 38,765.Yen and message writing on a Big Japanese Flag, messages of hope for the survivors which I will bring with me during my oureach Missions from December 25,2013 to January 5, 2014.

 

November 26, 2013: I collected 104,000. Yen from my facebook Friends and sent the same to My Volunteer Coordinator (Ms. Dinah Joy Basuarte Duazo) in Leyte to distribute relief goods to 300 Typhoon Haiyan Victims in Villaba Leyte.

October 26, 2013: The Ulila Foundation conducted an oureach Mission for the 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Survivors in Loon Bohol amounting to 62,000. Yen. I collected the amount from my volunteer donors on facebook and sent the same to my coordinator in Bohol Ms. Anna Maris Igpit (CEO of Bangon Bohol).

 

October 10, 2013: I collected 189,000 Yen from my Facebook Friends to buy 67 sacks of rice for the war victims in Zamboanga City. Thank you to my donors, coordinators Dr. Victor A. Liozo Jr. (Red Cross Administrator) and Jenny Escalera (Red Cross Staff)

April 2009 Outreach Missions

prt " HELP US DELIVER THESE ITEMS TO THE PHILIPPINES: We need your donations". beneficiaries

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(April 4, 2009 Outreach Mission at Gawad Kalinga children: Tulungatung Zamboanga City)

(Zone 2 Tulungatung , Zamboanga City)

 

(March 2009 : Labuan Zamboanga City)

Relief Goods for the Typhoon Victims in Manila Through Sagip Kapamilya and Cristina Cortez ( Foundation's Coordinator and Donor)

 

Christmas Party and Free English Class for Japanese Orphans, Moka City,JAPAN

Sir Joseph de Leon as Santa Claus Teacher.

 

OUR DONORS FROM JAPAN THROUGH THE FOUNDATION OF SIR JOSEPH DE LEON, AN OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKER (OFW).

 

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JAPANESE STUDENTS LISTENING TO MY LIFE STORY AND AS I INTRODUCED

THE FOUNDAION TO THEM.

NOW, THEY ARE VERY EAGER TO DONATE THEIR CLOTHES AND SCHOOL ITEMS.

 

 

 

 

March 25-April 2, 2010 Outreach Mission:

BENEFICIARIES:

CADALAGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:

LABUAN DISTRICT ( Ms. Pearl Aca-ac-Head Teacher)

TOTAL: 335 Children

PRE-SCHOOLERS

1.kenneth G. Arconado

2.Norlie M. Carpio

3.Price Kyle Corbo

4..Alfred M. Punzalan

5.Jastine M. solano

6. Edlyn I. Bucoy

7.Princess I. Del Mundo

8.April Jane Rodriquez

9.Janice D.M Sotto

10. Expedito F. Bucoy

11.Lady Carol B. Liban

12.Kristine B. Liban

13.Celine E. Solis

14. Alexaander M. Solis

15.Kyla L. Mosqueda

16Precious B. Mallari

17.Corazon Mae G. Advincula

18.Joshau G. Bayot

19.Rafael S. Arcanada

20.Stephany N. Sarita

21. Rich Marie T. Callugada

22. Joseph M. Bentain

23. Julius Molina

24. Jasper D.S Espinosa

25 Mark Ryan Villaflores

GRADE 1

1. Abellon,Adrian, Tapang

2. Abellon,Sherwin, Francisco

3. Arcillas,Aris, Tinguha

4. Atilano, Arvin Jay, Manuel

5. Baretta, Jefrey, Salcedo

6. Barreta, Jericko, Salcedo

7. Bayot, Jhon Markleen, Daligdig

8. Bentain,Michael, Siason

9. Bernardo, Elixir, Dayot

10. Buenaflor , Israel John, Rubio

11. Calogada, Richbeam, Lopez

12. Chavez, Jomar, Rodriguez

13. Domingo, Junrick, Remoto

14. Flores, Edcel, Yap

15. Flores, Edgar,Yap

16. Gamino, Bryan, Bentain

17. Mosqueda, Lourence, Mallari

18. Ramirez, Mark, Mallari

19. Rivera, Japhet, Maghuyop

20. Salcedo, Nicko William, Resonable

21. Siason, Erwin, Tubilla

22. Siason, Joshua, Tubilla

23. Siason, Rico, Tubilla

24. Solis, Adrian,Sanson

25. Solis, Arjon, Mallari

26. Solis, Georgdan Rey,Reyes

27. Solis, Jean Clyde,Turtal

28. Solis, Nathaniel, Igno

29. Ventura , Jerry Mark, Rojas

30. Ventura , Arnold ,Torres

31. Villaflorez, John Ryan,Bentain

32. Abellon, Andrea Mae, Tapang

33. Antonio, Melanielle, Manuel

34. Beebe, Krizel, Solis

35. Bentain, Noralyn, Macabinguil

36. Bentain, Riza May, Mallari

37. Bucoy, Princessa, Enriquez

38. Custodio,Mary Mae,Dakil

39. Del Mundo, Divine Grace, Saycon

40. Gamino, Shirley, Bentain

41. Garcia, Curlette Ann, Garcia

42. Gerozaga, Jainel, Bazan

43. Mallari, Princess, Buscar

44. Mallari, Ana Marie, Siason

45. Mosqueda,Krizzel,Mallari

46. Ramirez,Ronalyn, Reyes

47. Santos ,Deseree, Bello

48. Santos , Joan, Mosqueda

49. Solis, Decerie Joy, Vinas

50. Solis,Mariebelle, Esteban

51. Ventura , Arlyn, Bazan

52. Ventura , Mary Joyce, Bazan

53. Ventura , Sheina Mae, Villanueva

54. Aballe, Nielson,Antonio

55. Advincula, John Michael, Gregorio

56. Basing, Jonathan,Delos Santos

57.Bernardo, Kelvin,Gilles

58. Bernardo, Josilito Jr., Dayot

59. Bernardo,Rody Mark John, Licito

60. Bucoy, Estiben, Mark,Francisco

61. Canones, Gene Carlo, Bernardo

62. Canones, Mikka Aaron,Legados

63. Ellomer, Guilmar,Atilano

64. Magno, Josar,Saquin

65. Mamaril, Jonard,Diaz

66. Ordaniza , Kent ,Antonio

67. Punzalan, Robert, Tan

68. Rodriguez, Grabiel,Aquino

69. Rojas, Rene,Canones

70. Salcedo, Jhon Jhon, Ventura

71. Solis, Angelo,Dian

72. Solis, Christian Jay,Delos Santos

73. Solis, Stephen James ,Bucoy

74. Sotto, Joseph, Jay , Del Mundo

75. Sotto, Joshua , Del Mundo

76. Tabat, Kim,Dacapio

77. Torribio,Chrisanto, Bucoy

78. Torribio, Chrisbert James,Bucoy

79. Villacin, Vincent, Ocampo

80. Villanueva, Archie, Cruz

81. Bayot, Jewel Geleen, Codera

82 Bentain,Reibie, Ramirez

83. Bernardo,Maryjane, Bentain

84. Clemente, Rosemarie, Rojas

85. Climaco, Cristel Jene,Ramirez

86. Cruz, Jennelyn,Nali

87. Delos , Reyes, Joy,Punzalan

88. Delos Reyes,Jamie, Elloreg

89. Enriquez, Angeline, Villa

90. Enriquez, Concepion,Gerozaga

91. Isidro, Riza Mae,Bucoy

92. Legaspi,Crytel Ann,Delos Santos

93. Molina, Joyce,Francisco

94. Ramirez,Ruby Rose, Molina

95. Reyes, Marymae, Atilano

96. Rivera, Joy, Solis

97. Santos , Jocelyn, Solis

98. Solis, Carmie Ann, Delos Santos

99. Solis, Cherry Ann,Delos Santos

100. Sotto, Joanna , Del Mundo

101. Torribio, Christina Marie, Bucoy

102. Ventura ,Jonacris, Bernardo

103. Ventura , Ramilyn, Nali

104. Villanueva, Chandra, Canones

GRADE II

1. Arconaa,Mark Anthony, Uba

2. Arconada, Rogen Rey, Uba

3. Atilano, Marvin, Manuel

4. Bentain, Jasper, Macabingcil

5. Biong, Christian, Rojas

6. Dela Serna, Herbert, Arong

7. Enriquez, Rigel, Daita

8. Francisco, Jayson, Buenaventura

9. Francisco, Mark Brian, Mallari

10. Mallari, Jomari, Bernardo

11. Manuel, Reynante, Antonio

12. Mendoza , Salvador , Dionaldo

13. Molina, Regie, Fernandez

14.Pernes Rizaldy, Escallente

15. Ramirez, Jomar, Molina

16. Reyes, William, Anastacio

17. Sano, Christian, Punzalan

18.Solis, Bryson, Esteban

19. Solis, Slashmer, Delos Reyes

20. Ventura , Allan, Villanueva

21. Ventura , Jay Marc, Mallari

22. Ventura , Alvin, Francisco

23. Alejandro, Recielyn, Reyes

24.Arcillas, Mary Rose, Lea

25. Bayot, Charizza, Daligdig

26.Bayot, Jailla Jean, Daligdig

27. Bentain, Jonabel, Benito

28. Bentain, Lina Grace, Enriquez

29.Bernardo, Ericel, Mallari

30.Boybanting, Crystal, Faye Roca

31.Bucoy, Jodelyn, Francisco

32. Casipong, Mary Jane, Montuno

33.Clemente, Jessica, Rojas

34.Clemente, Mildred, Rodriquez

35. Dagohoy, Jennifer, Albano

36.Dagohoy, Teffanie, Santos

37.Evangelista, Whinzel, Tadifa

38.Gutierez, Beverly, Flores

39. Isidro, Joana Jane, Albano

40. Mosqueda, Karen, Lacanelaosantos

41.Nobleza, Ailla Rica, Cominguez

42.Ramirez, Kristel Ann, Climaco

43.Reyes, Maribel, Anastacio

44.Rojas, Angelica, Rojas

45. Solis, Lovely,Dian

46. Valeriano, Mary Rose, Bucoy

GRADE III

1. Barreta, Jayson, Salcedo

2. Bentain, Aldrin, Enriquez

3. Bentain, Derick, Carpio

4. Bentain, Jonathan, Macabinguil

5. Bernardo,John Mark, Pansacala

6. Bernardo, Jhon Paul, Bucoy

7. Bernardo, Wilbert, Fernandez

8. Boybanting, Eugene, Roca

9. Bucoy, Jay em, Jose

10. Bucoy, Reymark, Solis

11. Climaco, Robin, Bucoy

12. Costanilla, Vincent, Parina

13. Dela Pena, Jespie, Isidro

14. Francisco, Ariel, Punzalan

15. Manalo, Joshua Vincent, Bejerano

16. Manalo, Rosher, Bejerano

17. Manuel, Althon, Mesa

18. Mendoza, Robelito, Dionaldo

19. Molina, Raymark, Fernandez

20. Nalda, Januard, Montuno

21. Noval, Jancen, Garcia

22.Rojas, Anthony, Paredes

23. Solis, Brian, Igno

24. Sotto, Jericho , Del Mundo

25. Ventura , James, Villanueva

26. Villaflores, Edgar, Alvarez

27. Villaflores, Edmar, Alvarez

28.Arcillas, Monet, Lea

29.Atilano, Jolina, Burias

30. Basco, Cladylin, Castillo

31. Bayot, Joshlyn , Del Rosario

32. Bayot, Jubilee, Manicad

33 .Bensoy, Leny, Bacason

34. Bentain, Glenda, Enriquez

35. Bentain, Shieralie, Ramirez

36. Carpio, Earlyn Rose, Morales

37. Climaco, Ria Ann, Bucoy

38. Costanilla, Jinky, Parina

39. Del Mundo, Katrine Mae, Saycon

40. Dela Pena, Christine, Rusiana

41. Divinagracia, Nica, Flores

42. Enriquez, Norlyn, Deita

43. Espinosa, Jade, Delos Santos

44. Fernandez, Kristine Camille, Delos Santos

45. Hugo, Judy Ann, Ventura

46. Lacastesantos, Judybelle, Bernardo

47. Leonardo, Perlita, Antonio

48. Mallari, Joy Ann, Rojas

49. Mallari, Plinky, Bucar

50. Mallari, Rosevie, Bernardo

51. Omongos, Glaizza Gay, Gilles

52. Panglilingan,Jealene, Ordaniza

53. Ramirez, Mary Ann, Molina

54. Rodriguez, Mary Grace,Aquino

55. Rojas, Lucel, Atilano

56. Santos ,Cheryle, Bello

57. Solis, Angelu, Sanson

58. Solis, RoseJoy, Esteban

GRADE IV

1. Alejandro, Jomar, Auxtero

2. Arcillas, John Mark, Lea

3. Bernardo, Kenbert, Gilles

4. Bernardo,Kenneth, Gilles

5. Biong, Ariston, Rojas

6. Castro, Joshua, Santos

7. Ellomer, Guilban, Atilano

8. Noval, Nico, Garcia

9. Pesca, John Ace,Aballe

10. Samsom, Jonathan,Cruz

11. Silva , Judah , Uba

12. Solis, John David, Olanga

13. Atilano,, Jocelyn, Bernardo

14. Barreta, Jesa, Salcedo

15. Beebe, Kojie, Solis

16. Carpio, Claire, Teodoro

17. Clemente, Emelyn, Rojas

18. Domingo, Dennie Ann, Cabaral

19. Enricoso, Ana, Bernardo

20. Enriquez, Gretchen,Dieta

21. Francisco, Jenny, Punzalan

22. Genturalez , Ariz Aika, Rosiana

23. Gerozaga, Efrelin,Bazan

24.Guarin, Lilly Ann, Siason

25. Mallari, Jolina, Rojas

26. Montealto, Melissa Mae, Climaco

27. Sangilan, Michelle, Atilano

28. solis, Berlie Joy, Vinas

GRADE V

1.Aballe, Gemini, Saavedra

2.Arcillas, Patrick ,Tinguha

3. Atilano, Ruel, Bernardo

4. Bentain, Arnold,Orso

5. Bentain, Jimmer, Enriquez

6. Bentain, Mark Jay, Benito

7.Boybanting , Garry, Roca

8. Canones, Garrick, Bernardo

9.Dela Pena, Christian, Rusiana

10.Ebarsabal, Joenar, Samson

11.Espinosa, Jomari, Delos Santos

12. Fernando, Julius, Mosqueda

13. Genturalez, Arvy Yan, Rusiana

14. Hugo, Marson, Ventura

15. Mosqueda, Jonard, Dela Serna

16. Ramirez, Edgar, Molina

17. Remedio, John Brix, Bentain

18.Rivera, Christian Jay, Maghuyop

19.Sano, Jopher, Punzalan

20. Villafores, Russel, Alvarez

21. Yap , Harold, Avotas

22. Beebe, Krisizia, Solis

23. Bentain, Ivy Rose, Orso

24. Carpio, Elain, Teodoro

25. Clemente,Abigail, Rodriguez

26. Fernando,Rovelyn, Mosqueda

27. Flores, Roselle , Mesa

28. Galong, Ella Marie, Lilia

29. Infante, Jerica,Mocoro

30. Mallari, Jasmin, Rojas

31. Mallari, Jiesel, Rojas

32. Mallari, Reynalyn, Bernardo

33. Palarca, Heidi, Solis

34. Pernes, Cris Ann, Escaliente

35. Pesca, Crizza Mae, Aballe

36. Pinantao, Analyn, Rodriguez,

37. Santos , Floramae, Bello

GRADE VI

1. Aborido, Ariel, Atilano

2. Adorable, Angelo, Delgado

3. Atilano, Ervin, Manuel

4. Bensoy, Leo, Bacason

5. Bentain, Joel , Macabinguil

6. Bentain, Jomar, Macabinguil

7. Bucoy, Michael John, Isidro

8. Catis, Ramchere Dan, Domingo

9. Costanilla, Bengie, Parina

10. Dagohoy, Catalino Jr., Albano

11. Dela Cruz, Jerry Mark, Caballero

12. Dela Serna, Harvy, Arong

13. De Leon,Mark Ryan, Flores

14. Delos Santos , Alvin , Custodio

15. Garcia, Krismel, Francisco

16. Guarin, Leisher Anthon, Siason

17. Hugo, Randy, Ventura

18. Mosqueda, Christian, Mallari

19. Ramirez, Elmer, Molina

20. Solis, George Jr., Reyes

21. Solis, Joemari Vinas

22. Bernardo, Lenie, Pansacala

23. Carpio, Neslie, Morales

24. Chavez, Jacqueline, Rodriguez

25. Custodio,Michelle, Daquel

26. Dela Pena,Mary Joy, Isidro

27. Dela Serna,Jenyvie, Arong

28. Estano,Kemberly, Bentain

29. Feliciano,Jollibee, Galan

30. Gerardo, Cristy, Domingo

31. Gutierrez, Abegail,Flores

32. Maraon, Ella Mae, Bentain

32. Maghuyop, Kiarra, Amor,Murillo

33. Molina, Marwa, Ajan

34. Montesino, Arlyn, Bentain

36. Paglilingan, Joime Ordaniza

37. Sumagaysay, Wendy, Enriquez

(OTHER CHILDREN 's NAME FROM OTHER SCHOOLS TO BE POSTED SOON)

7-day Semanasanta Outreach Mission

in the Philippines.

Note: Schedule and places may change as the need arise.

(Roundtrip Ticket Sponsored by: Ate Josie Nistal: Narita-Cebu and Vice-Versa)

 

Updated Donors list as of posting time:

Donors in Alphabetical Order

Please message me if I missed to write your name.

The Ulila Foundation

Founded on December 1, 2008

Founder: Joseph de Leon

Charity Event Coordinator for Tokyo : Crescencia Cabuyadao

Donation Coordinator in Tokyo: Connie Labado...

Donation Coordinator for Mie Ken: Jhong Agulan

Video Presentation Specialist: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cabuyadao

Event Volunteer Singers: Richard Martinez and John Alejandro

Event Venue Sponsor: Ihawan Shinjuku (Mama Aki)

Donations in kind Coordinator: Irene Paclibar

Legal Consultant: Atty. Kenji Ikeda (Japanese Lawyer)

National Outreach Coordinator -Philippines: Cristina Dalusung-Cortez

Talent Support Coordnator-Philippines: Glenn Jumalon

Outreach Coordinator in Bohol: Anna Maris Igpit

Outreach Coordinators in Zamboanga City: Mr. Victor Liozo and Jenny Escalera Marcos

Outreach Coordinator in Leyte:Coordinator:

Dinah Joy Basarte Duazo

Outreach Coordinator in Iloilo: Mr. Eddie Palma and Nilo de Leon

Outreach Coordinators in Cebu: Edward Pao,Editha Manuel,Joseph Layar, Emily Manuel

DONORS:

Agnes Sitay: ¥5,000.(Received)

Ai ko of Aikofamousfashion ,Kinshicho: ¥10,000. (Used) :¥6,000.Received

Akielyn Okano:¥4,000.

Akilyn Okano¥4,000.

Akira. ¥500.Received

Amoy Salve Labuan:¥2,000. (Received)

Amoy Salve Labuan:¥2,000. (Received)

Ana Emos¥2,000. Received

Ana Emos¥2,000. Received

Ana Rina Matzusaka:¥4,300.( received)

Ana Rina Matzusaka:¥3,000. (Received)

Angelica Sollinap-ikeda ¥5000 . Waiting at Munting Kusina

Aniceta Cabusao ¥2000.received

Anonymous donor: clothes waiting

Anonymous English Teacher:¥3,000 (received)

Anonymous:¥5,000.

Anonymous. : ¥5,000.-Japan:Received

Arai Sensei and LAHI Association: 5 boxes of School Supplies (waiting)

Aren Akesada

Ben Opon Kusi: Used Clothes : waiting

Busilla Carol ¥5,000 (Received)

Catherine Horikoshi: ¥1,000.(received):

Catherine Ignacio

Charito Nodado: ¥10,000. -Japan:Received:OK

Chito Harashima: Baby's clothes and Stuff toys: (received:10/21/2013)

Cindy Nakazato: ¥5,000.-Japan:Received(used)¥4000.Received

Clareth Shimo : ¥26,500.-Japan ( Clareth and friends):Received:OK

Connie Labado and Adachi Takenotsuka Friends:¥54,005. (Received)OK

Connie Labado: ¥10,000. (Received)

Connie Barola Labado:¥4,000.(Received)

Connie Ochoco:¥10,000.(Received):OK

Cristina Dalusung-Cortez of Subarashi Cargo

Daisy b. ¥500.Received

Dane Elmido Domenden :$200. (Received )¥19,147.63

Dhalz Garcia:¥10,000. Waiting (Received):OK

Diana Enriquez: Assorted goods (received)

Diana Luis:¥1,000.Received

Dianne Enriquez. ¥4,000. Received

Eden ¥500.Received

Edgar Hamada. ¥5,000.received

Editha Manuel and Queen Pub Staff

Elaine Lim:¥3,000. (Received)

Elementary Schools in Tochigi Ken

Elizabeth Bucoy

Ellen Onuma. : ¥5,000.-Japan:Received

Ellen Salalima Cabral:Clothes (waiting)

Eva Guttierez Jorola: ¥5,000. (Received)

G.B. from Nagano: ¥80,000. Round Trip Tickets for Outreach 2013

Glenn Jumalon: Tarpaulin and certificates

Glenn. :¥1,000. (Received)

Grace Kaneshita: ¥1,000. Received

Howard Lei Vickers ¥1000 .received

Irene P. Kawakubo

Irene Paclibar:Clothes and Donations coordinator for Kanagawa Ken.

Jason Jacildo:¥10,000. Received

Jayem Panes 25 dollars pledge .at Munting Kusina

Jemson Parilla :waiting

Jeny Tacastacas-Tolentino : used clothes (waiting)

Jessa de Los Santos :.(received )

Jessa de Los Santos :¥1,000.(received )

Jessa Delos Santos : Used clothes ( received)

Jhong Agulan :¥1,000. (Waiting)

Jhong Agulan and friends: ¥8,000. (Received)

Jhong Agulan. : ¥ 5,000.-Japan:Received

Jo Bares ¥1000 yen (Pledge )at Munting Kusina

Jocelyn Ferreras Miranda ¥2000 .received

Joe Anne Devera :¥1,000.Received

John Albin Ramos Lomio: ¥5,000. Received

John Albin Ramos Lomio: ¥5,000. Received

Josel Palma:Yokohama: ¥10,000. (Waiting)

Josel Palma:Yokohama: ¥10,000. (Waiting)

Joseph Ivan: ¥ 10,000. (Received):OK

Josie Aranjuez Nistal : ¥-10,000. Received:OK

Josie Aranjuez Nistal:Round Trip Ticket for Outreach 2010

Jovy Santos Hotta ¥2000.received

Jovy Suzuki:¥5,000.(Received)

Karen Manuel Kobayashi: 3 Jumbo Box of relief goods.

Kathy Rice. : ¥10,000.-Japan:Received:OK

Kathy Vargas: ¥10,000. (Received)

Kathy Vargas:¥10,000. (Received)

Kazumi Tamama: used Clothings ( waiting)

Kazumi Tamama:¥? Waiting

kiesha D. Regodon:¥10,000. (Received)

Kitahara :¥5,000.

Lahi Association

Lavciper Bangi Paler:¥5,000. Received

Lavciper Bangi Paler:¥5,000. Received

LITE Bar Girls c/o Connie Barola Labado:¥10,000. (0ct. 28):Received

Lizyl Gregorio: ¥5,000.(received)

Lizyl Gregorio: ¥5,000.(received)

Lolet Belason:¥5,000. (Received)

Love Mark Raneses and Virginia Raneses: Clothes

Lucy Colis Lapso:¥3,000(Received)

Ma Theresa F.Santos ¥1000. received

Malyn Austria Davantes family ¥2000 :received

Mama Aki of Ihawan Shinjuku:¥20,000. (Received):OK

Margina Martil De Jesus ¥2000 .received

Mari Lines Gonzales : used clothes: waiting

Marie Chan: ¥20,000. for Leyte:Received

Marie Chan:¥5,000.

Marilou Manansala Murata ¥5000 yen (Pledge) at Munting Kusina

Marilou Villaver

Marisa Vinas. : ¥4,750.-USA($50.):Received

Mariz Saito:¥2,000. (Received)

Mariz Saito:¥5,000.(waiting )

Mariz Saito:¥5,000.(waiting )

Marize Alloro Ikeda:¥5,000. (Received)

Mark Raneses and Virginia Raneses : used clothes: waiting .

Marose Manarang and Ton Manarang:¥10,000.(received)

MaryGrace Pelegres:received

Masato Kawakubo ¥

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My Fundraising with the PTA of Nakashinden ES.

Posted on December 6, 2013 at 12:40 AM Comments comments (53)

The Nakashinden Elementary School PTA in Ebina City volunteered to raise funds last December 1, 2013 for my oureach mission in Leyte on December 26, 2013 . We were able to raise the total amount of 38,735. Yen which will be used to buy rice for the Typhoon survivors in Leyte. Thank you very much and I am sure the survivors will be so happy to receive your donation. I would like to thank all the PTA Officials, parents, teachers and students who donated and wrote their messages of hope for the Typhoon Haiyan (Typhoon 35 for Japan term) in a big Japanese Flag. This flag will be raised in Leyte to show the survivors that there are people who care for them.

Outreach Missions in Leyte, Ormoc, Bohol, Cebu, Iloilo, Zamboanga and Metro Manila.

Posted on November 27, 2013 at 11:00 PM Comments comments (0)

10-Day outreach Mission Trip Itinerary

10 Days, One Foundation, Many Donors, thousands of beneficiaries.

 

"From Japan with LOVE for the Victims who are Sad"

Outreach Missions for Cebu, Leyte, Ormoc, Bohol and Zamboanga City.

 

 

PLEASE HELP US REALIZE THIS OUTREACH MISSION

Please deposit your donations to:

Japan Post Office Account:

Code:10210

Account:48396071

Account Name: de Leon Joseph Salcedo

 

 

Dec. 25: Leaves Japan to Manila

 

Dec. 26:Leaves Manila to Cebu

Arrives Cebu at 7:00 AM and buy goods and repack together with the clothes and other goods sent from Japan at our Coordinator's House:

:Meets the volunteers and orient them the rules to follow during the outreach.

:Finalize everything

 

Dec.27,2013:

Meets our coordinator and guide Ms. Anna Maris Igpit ,CEO of Bangon Visayas

Leaves Cebu for Leyte.

We need service/transpo. for the goods.

:Outreach Missions

: Listen to the Victims' stories and I'll share mine too.

: Game for the Kids

: Will spend overnight in Leyte.

:Our coordinator Ms. Ann Maris Igpit will guide us

 

Dec. 28, 2013: Leaves Tacloban to Ormoc

We need guide to bring us to Ormoc

:Outreach Mission in Ormoc

: Listen to the Victims' stories and I'll share mine too.

:Game for the Kids

:Overnight in Ormoc:

:Our coordinator Ms. Ann Maris Igpit will guide us

 

Dec. 29, 2013:

Leaves Ormoc to Bohol:

Meets Ms. Ann Maris Igpit

:Outreach in Bohol

:Game for the Kids

: Listen to the Victims' stories and I'll share mine too.

: Overnight in Bohol

:Our coordinator Ms. Ann Maris Igpit will guide us

 

Dec. 30,2013:

Leaves Bohol to Cebu:

:Outreach Mission in Cebu's affected area

: Overnight in Cebu

 

Dec. 31, 2013:

Leaves Cebu to Zamboanga City

Outreach in Zamboanga City

 

January 1, 2014

Rest Day in Zamboanga City.

 

January 2-3 , 2014

Outreach in Zamboanga

 

January 4

 

Leaves Zamboanga to Iloilo

Outreach in Outreach in Iloilo

Overnight in Iloilo

 

January 3, 2014

Leaves Iloilo to Cebu

Outreach in Medellin Cebu

Overnight in Cebu

 

January 4, 2014:

Leaves Cebu to Manila.

Meets our National Coordinator Cristina Dalusung

Outreach in a Quezon City

Leaves Quezon City and meet our Talent Coordinator

 

January 5, 2014:

Meets Talent Coordinator Glenn Jumalon

Leaves to Manila.

 

January 6-10  2014:

Outreach in Manila

January 11, 2014

Back to Japan

Help Typhoon Haiyan Victims:

Posted on November 27, 2013 at 1:00 AM Comments comments (0)

10-Day outreach Mission Trip Itinerary

10 Days, One Foundation, Many Donors, thousands of beneficiaries.

 

"From Japan with LOVE for the Victims who are Sad"

Outreach Missions for Cebu, Leyte, Ormoc, Bohol and Zamboanga City.

 

 

PLEASE HELP US REALIZE THIS OUTREACH MISSION

Please deposit your donations to:

Japan Post Office Account:

Code:10210

Account:48396071

Account Name: de Leon Joseph Salcedo

 

 

Dec. 25: Leaves Japan to Manila

 

Dec. 26:Leaves Manila to Cebu

Arrives Cebu at 7:00 AM and buy goods and repack together with the clothes and other goods sent from Japan at our Coordinator's House:

:Meets the volunteers and orient them the rules to follow during the outreach.

:Finalize everything

 

Dec.27,2013:

Meets our coordinator and guide Ms. Anna Maris Igpit ,CEO of Bangon Visayas

Leaves Cebu for Leyte.

We need service/transpo. for the goods.

:Outreach Missions

: Listen to the Victims' stories and I'll share mine too.

: Game for the Kids

: Will spend overnight in Leyte.

:Our coordinator Ms. Ann Maris Igpit will guide us

 

Dec. 28, 2013: Leaves Tacloban to Ormoc

We need guide to bring us to Ormoc

:Outreach Mission in Ormoc

: Listen to the Victims' stories and I'll share mine too.

:Game for the Kids

:Overnight in Ormoc:

:Our coordinator Ms. Ann Maris Igpit will guide us

 

Dec. 29, 2013:

Leaves Ormoc to Bohol:

Meets Ms. Ann Maris Igpit

:Outreach in Bohol

:Game for the Kids

: Listen to the Victims' stories and I'll share mine too.

: Overnight in Bohol

:Our coordinator Ms. Ann Maris Igpit will guide us

 

Dec. 30,2013:

Leaves Bohol to Cebu:

:Outreach Mission in Cebu's affected area

: Overnight in Cebu

 

Dec. 31, 2013:

Leaves Cebu to Zamboanga City

Outreach in Zamboanga City

 

January 1, 2014

Rest Day in Zamboanga City.

 

January 2-3 , 2014

Outreach in Zamboanga

 

January 4

 

Leaves Zamboanga to Iloilo

Outreach in Outreach in Iloilo

Overnight in Iloilo

 

January 3, 2014

Leaves Iloilo to Cebu

Outreach in Medellin Cebu

Overnight in Cebu

 

January 4, 2014:

Leaves Cebu to Manila.

Meets our National Coordinator Cristina Dalusung

Outreach in a Quezon City

Leaves Quezon City and meet our Talent Coordinator

 

January 5, 2014:

Meets Talent Coordinator Glenn Jumalon

Leaves to Manila.

 

January 6, 2014:

Back to Japan

 

 

LETS HELP THE ORPHAN AND POOR CHILDREN

Posted on February 10, 2010 at 10:33 PM Comments comments (2)

The ULILA Foundation of Sir Joseph de Leon

"Collection of Clothes and School Supplies in Japan for the Indigent Children in the Philippines".

"Help us in this cause to uplift the lives of the unserved children in the Philippines." "Lets make a difference in the lives of others no matterhow far we are."

JOSEPH DE LEON ( Zamboangueno: Zamboanga City, Philippines)

Overseas Filipino Worker in Japan (2005 to date)

VOLUNTARY DAILY COLLECTION OF RELIEF ITEMS & SCHOOL SUPPLIES HERE IN JAPAN.

Posted on February 3, 2010 at 1:08 AM Comments comments (1)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yC5BK0Uzq0

OUR DREAM PROJECT: To build a Learning Center for the Indigent Children in Lawingan, Labuan Zamboanga City . We need financial aid from you to help us make a difference in the lives of these children. Please help. As of Feb. 7, 2010, more than 54,500 assorted items were collected by the Founder since December 1, 2008 and more than 1,000 indigent children in Zamboanga City benefited from our outreach missions.Another outreach mission is scheduled this March and April, 2010.

 

 

This is the updated number of assorted relief  items collected by me (Mr. Joseph de Leon ;) here  in Japan and sent them to my Hometown in Zamboanga City, Mindanao,Philippines and in Manila through the help of our Manila Coordinator Ms. Maria Cristina Dalusung-Cortez (Proprietress of Subarashi Cargo Philippines: www.subarashicargo.com). I send One Jumbo Box every month to the indigent children in the Philippines since Dec. 1, 2008.

The collection of relief items is done everyday by me and we need your help to pay the delivery fee from Japan to the Philippines worth 12,000. yen/ Jumbo Box. The Collected Items are stored in my  apartment and  these items will reach the indigent children  early with your help in paying the delivery fee. Please click the "DONATE  NOW" button on this page for cash donation details.

 

Collection for today:  ( The data below is the number of items I collected for today, added to the above total since Dec. 1, 2008) (See Photo Gallery for donation pictures)

 

Dec. 1, 2008- February 3, 2010:

I collected  31,000  assorted  relief and schools items from my foreign and Japanese friends, co-teachers, students  and neighbors here in Japan. (see photos at the photo gallery)

 

February 4, 2010 (Thursday)

I collected 2,500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Akabane Elementary School, Japan (1,000 assorted relief and school items)

(see photo on our photo gallery)

February 5, 2010 (Friday): 

I collected 2,500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Kokai Minami Elementary School, Japan (2,500 assorted relief and school items)

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

February 6, 2010 (Saturday):

I collected 10,000 assorted school items (10 Post Office boxes)  from  the President of  Ibaraki Kokusai Koryou Tanoshimu Kai  Mr. Yasuyoshi "AraiSensei" Arai  .These items where donated by the Japanese students of :

Tama Elementary School,Ibaraki Ken, Japan (1,000 pcs. assorted school items)

Oomura Elementary School, Ibaraki Ken, Japan (1,000 pcs assorted school items)

Oguri Elementary School, Ibaraki Ken, Japan  (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Sekijo City Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Yoosau Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Chikusei Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Isa Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Oota Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Yagai School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

Ueno Elementary School, Ibaraki ken, Japan (1,000 pieces assorted school items)

 

 

February 7, 2010 (Sunday):

I collected 10,000 assorted Relief  Items /clothes from my Japanese Landlord Mr. Kawasaki.

February 8, 2010 (Monday):

I collected 2,500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Ichikai Elementary  School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

February 9, 2010 (Tuesday):

I collected 1,000 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Ichikai Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

February 12,  2010 (Friday):

I collected 500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Kokai Minami  Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

 

February 15, 2010 (Monday):  

I collected 250 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Akabane Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

 

February 16, 2010 (Tuesday):

I collected 500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Ichikai Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

February 16, 2010 (Tuesday): (1:00 PM)

I've  send 2 Jumbo Boxes of relief clothes and school supplies to the Philippines.

Delivery fee of 24,000 Yen paid by the Junior Red Cross of Ichikai Elementary School, Japan

 

February 19, 2010 (Friday):

I collected 300 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Kokai Minami Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

February 23, 2010 (Tuesday):

I collected 2,500 assorted items from my co-teachers and Japanese students of :

Ichikai Elementary School, Japan

(see photo on our photo gallery)

 

February 23, 2010 (Tuesday): (7:00 PM)

I've send 2 Jumbo Boxes of relief clothes and school supplies to the Philippines.

Delivery fee of 12,000 Yen paid by my Manila Coordinator Ms. Maria Cristina Dalusung-Cortez of Subarashi Cargo (www.subarashicargo.com)

If your are living in Japan, send your relief donations to the Founder:

 

Joseph S. de Leon

Tochigi ken Moka Shi Daimachi 2855 Kawasaki Jiutaku-3

Japan

Cellphone Number: 080-6744-3859

Email: [email protected]

Cellphone Email: [email protected]

In Manila:

Send to: Maria Cristina Dalusung-Cortez

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Zamboanga City:

Send to: Rosalino Arcillas

               Lantawan Drive , Pasonanca Zamboanga City

 

 

 

 

The ULILA Foundation

Posted on January 21, 2010 at 6:58 AM Comments comments (0)

Visit our other Website: www.ulilafoundation.jappinoy.com

 

Join me in my mission to help the Special Children (Deaf & Mute, Blind and other disabilities), the street and indigent children and families and victims of different calamities in the Philippines. In Japan, our services will be in terms of Free/Voluntary English Teaching to Japanese Children and by doing events for them to be happy and understand that there are such events/culture outside Japan. To help us in this outreach mission in the Philippines, Please deposit your donation at our Japan Post Office Account: Code-10730 Account No.: 19073691 Account Name; Josephsensei Foundation (also known as The Ulila Foundation) or call the founder for relief donations coming from Japan and our Coordinators in Manila and Zamboanga City if you are in the Philippines.

 

PLEASE VISIT OUR FOUNDATION'S WEBSITE: www.ulilafoundation.jappinoy.com

OUR RELIEF GOODS DELIVERY SPONSOR: http://www.subarashicargo.com/

 

 

List of Barangays in the Philippines that we want to reach out for the indigent children.

Posted on January 20, 2010 at 11:27 PM Comments comments (10)

These are the Barangays in the Philippines that we want to have our outreach missions to serve the indigent children. If you are from any of these barangays, please send us an email and photos of indigent children, explain to us the situation of indigent children in your barangay and how you can help us reach them.

http://www.zamboanga.com/barangay/barangay_body.html

1.  Labuan, Zamboanga City. This is my birthplace and I spent 13 years of my life here (since birth to 13 years old: 1972-1985 where I finished my Elementary Education. Now I am coming back to help the poor children like me.)

I and my volunteers had our outreach mission here last March-April, 2009

 

Location of Labuan, Zamboanga City

Labuan is a coastal barangay and is about 36 kilometers from downtown Zamboanga City

Location: West Coast

History of Labuan, Zamboanga City

Barangay Labuan is a coastal Barangay 36 kilometers west of the commercial center of Zamboanga City. The place was used to be occupied only by the Subanen tribe, the “lumad” in Western Mindanao. Labuan’s name was taken from the Subanen word which meant “you fall there”.

Aside from the Subanens, indigenous people like the Tausugs, Samals and Chavacano also settled in Labauan. Intermarriage among these indigenous people encouraged them to stay permanently in this Barangay.

The Legend of Labuan”:

Long before Labuan got its name, the place was occupied only by the natives who were from the Subanen tribe. This tribe was headed by Timuway- the chieftain of the Suibanens. This chief used to sell their agricultural products in Zamboanga City by means of a “balsa” or raft. The agricultural produce included gabi, calabasa and banana. As they kept their trading activities with the people in the city, they were asked where the vegetables/produce came from. The chieftain answered in his language “ditto sug Labu an in bato rampoon.”

Another legend says that during one of the trading as the Subanens were loading their produce in the raft; some people saw them on the shores and shouted “Labu-an-dyon”, which is Subanen mean “you will fall there”.

Labu means ‘let it fall’. From the on, the place where the produce came from became known to be “Labuan.”

After many years of trading, the Subanens developed friendship with the Chavacanos from the city. Many thins were sold to the Chavacanos by the Subanens by trading only. Until such time, one day, a prominent Chavacano family traded the place of Labuan with a ‘native corn mill made of stone’. The prominent Chavacano family transferred to Labuan. The Subanens moved to another place to settle down once again.

article from the government of Zamboanga City

People of Labuan, Zamboanga City

According to the (2007 Census)

The Total Population: 10,418

Number of Household: 1,348

Local Government Unit LGU of Labuan, Zamboanga City

Elected Officers of Labuan for the term of 2007 - 2010 Punong Barangay:

Francisco S. Santos

Barangay Kagawad:

Ronaldo O. Maravilla

Eduardo M. Francisco

Jawadi S. Sarail

Segundo G. Sabran

Armando E. Saitas

Candido M. Biel Jr.

Catalina M. Tiu

Secretary: Merlinda T. Revillas

Treasurer: Asela H. Maravillas

SK Chairman:

Ron Carlo B. Maravilla

SK Kagawad:

Lovelyn N. Maravilla

Chantial C. Abdilla

Bernadine Claudette R. Biel

Regghie D. Cautivar

Marke Aide A. Balala

Nur-Ailyn J. Sarail

Jaber E. Joe

 

Businesses in Labuan, Zamboanga City

Arevalo's Farmhouse

Religions in Labuan, Zamboanga City

Labuan enjoys a diversity of Religion.

There are mosques

Catholic churches

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Parish

Labuan, Zamboanga City ( Founded: 1988)

Fr. Ricardo Borbajo - Parish Priest

Protestants

Schools in Labuan, Zamboanga City

Don Ramon Enriquez High School Alumni Association

Batches Graduated on the following years

Click on the Year 1970 * 1971 * 1972 * 1973 * 1974 * 1975 * 1976 * 1977 * 1978 * 1979 * 1980 * 1981 * 1982 * 1983 * 1984 * 1985 * 1986 * 1987 * 1988 * 1989 * 1990 * 1991 * 1992 * 1993 * 1994 * 1995 * 1996 * 1997 * 1998 * 1999 * 2000 * 2001 * 2002 * 2003 * 2004 * 2005 * 2006 * 2007 * 2008 * 2009 * 2010 *

The Don_Ramon_Enriquez_High_School. Part of the National High School system

Labuan has a public Elementary School and a High School.

The Elementary school is headed by Quirico O. Duterte.

The High school is headed by Mr. Salihmatal H. Lagbas.

Labuan is the center of Education for all the Barangays listed below.

DISTRICT OF LABUAN ZAMBOANGA CITY, PHILIPPINES

Expedito G. Alvarez- Principal

Barangay Head of School Enrollment

Anuling Noemi N. Noble 300

Cadalagan Zosimo H. Ledesma Jr. 227

Camp Susana Rosalio B. Conturno 396

Labuan Quirico O. Duterte 1790

Latap Pilar M. Villanueva 407

Limpapa Teofilo B. Macapili 464

Mtn. View Marcellano P. Agustin Jr. 166

Pamucutan Saac D. Kamsa 275

Patalon Honesto D. Feliciano 737

Pole Diutay Josefina D. Villalobos 193

Pole Grande Romeo A. Santos 138

San Ramon Patria E. Agado 148

Sinubong Job Erico E. Aragon 300

Talisayan Sarah D. Artates 638

Economy of Labuan, Zamboanga City

Fish industry, Agal-Agal, Resorts

Natural Resources of Labuan, Zamboanga City

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Tourists Attractions of Labuan, Zamboanga City

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Fiestas and Traditions of Labuan, Zamboanga City

Fiesta is celebrated every 27th of November.

If I am the President of the Philippines...

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If I am the President of the Philippines, I will have one website featuring all the Barangays in the Philippines. All Barangay Officials' photos will be posted on that website and they must post all their projects in their Barangay. Each Barangay will have enough budget for livelihood programs so that the residents in that Barangay don't need to travel away from their family to look for job. The budget given to each Barangay will be posted on that website and Barangay Officials must post videos of their projects and the amount of each project and must post the available cash after their project. Job vacancies will also be posted there and residents of that Barangay will have the priority to be employed. Each Barangay must have at least one Department Store, Five drug stores, two public schools for the above average students ( may kaya sa buhay), one school for the indigent children ( free lunch, school supplies, and a livelihood opportunity) , One Sports Complex, One Church for each religion, One Blood Bank, One Hospital, One Police Station, One Park, One Convention Center, One to five Supermarkets, free internet connections for each household (isasama sa budget ng Barangay) for them to monitor the projects in their barangay and also post their problems in that website or the services they receive in that barangay. Each household will receive one sack of rice every month from the Barangay . Minimum salary for each ordinary employee will be P100. / hour or P800./day. Having a free rice for each family, Each Barangay will have one ricefield as a Barangay project and the harvest of this ricefield will be for the consumption of the constituents. The Mayors will supervise each Barangay in his City and must see to it that all households must receive the government services. Mayor's Budget will be for road construction in the city. Each Barangay will compete in the use of their natural resources to benefit their constituents. There will be an Annual Award for the Best Barangay of the Year on the basis of satisfied constituents.The Best Barangay will receive 1 Billion (From sponsors/Businessmen) additional budget to be used for their constituents. All the constituents of the Barangay will benefit from their price, with this, they will also exert effort to help their barangay since they feel their importance being part of the Government's cause for better Filipinos. The National officials like Congress and the Senate will focus on better laws for the people and must come up with initiatives on how to zero down our international debts.

Donations from other countries will be given to all the Barangays for their projects. Barangay Officials who fail to serve their constituents in the Barangay will face sanction.

If you are the President, what will you do?


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