Our country has been blessed with beautiful scenery and rich natural resources. However, present issues on climate change and waste management (to name a few) are indicators that we have not been taking care of Mother Earth as we’re supposed to.
In celebration of its twentieth year, Informatics Philippines will be holding a fun run for the benefit of the children of CHILD (Center for Health Improvement and Life Development) Haus.
According to DTI, as of 2011, micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) made up 99.6 percent of businesses operating in the Philippines, contributed 61% of the total jobs generated and accounted for 35.7% of the country’s total production. Small things make a difference, that’s why it’s important to equip and empower current and aspiring entrepreneurs.
That’s the goal of 1st Philippine SME Business Expo 2013: “Your SME Business Gateway”!
Autism Society Philippines Marikina Valley Chapter headed by Alex Cabason Jr., in cooperation with the City Government of Marikina will be bringing Alyana to Marikina City on 14 July 2012 at 2 pm at the Teatro Marikina along Shoe Avenue, Marikina City.
“Alyana — A Study of Autism in the Philippines” is the first documentary film on autism in the Philippines by independent film maker, Mirana Medina. The film has been showing all through-out the Philippines, in cooperation with ASP Chapters since 2006. The trailblazing film was screened at the Cinemanila International Film Festival in November 2006 and at the 3rd Festival on the Issues Concerning the Mentally Challenged in New Delhi.
Tickets are at P100 each and are available at the venue.
For more information regarding the Marikina film showing, you may get in touch with Ms. Marivi at (0949) 398.3672 or Ms. Tonette at (02) 381.5448.