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ASEACCU Student Conference August 21-26,2012. Hello! Mabuhay! 你好 こんにちは (konnichiwa) Selamat Datang 안녕하세요 (annyeonghaseyo)

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1 ASEACCU Student Conference August 21-26,2012

2 Hello! Mabuhay! 你好 こんにちは (konnichiwa) Selamat Datang 안녕하세요 (annyeonghaseyo)

3 Group 5

4 August 21,2012

5 August 22,2012

6 Genesis Social Welfare Foundation

7 Ms. Liang

8 捐 發 票, 做 愛 心 Juan - fa - piao, zuo – ai - xin

9 Purpose of Activity Care for the  people with Person in a Vegetative State (PVS)  Solitary Elderly  Homeless

10 Raising Funds  Donation from the People  By Monetary  By reselling donated 2 nd hand products  Collecting Official Receipts


12  There are many ways to deliver Service Learning Program  Different countries present different focuses / concentrations of their programs, depending on the most pressing needs or issues  It takes a lot of patience, hard work, commitment, and love to institute and sustain a service learning organization or foundation Findings and Lessons learned from our experience in Genesis Social Welfare Foundation

13  CARE. Care for those in need  SHARE. Giving from the heart  INSPIRE. Being an example to many  ASPIRE. Strive for social, economical, and environmental change Conclusion

14 Presented by GROUP 5

15 Social Enterprise

16 Introduction

17 Social Enterprise  business that trades for a social and/or environmental purpose.  It will have a clear sense of its ‘social mission’: which means it will know what difference it is trying to make, who it aims to help, and how it plans to do it.  is an organization that applies commercial strategies to maximize improvements in human and environmental well- being, rather than maximising profits for external shareholders.  can be structured as a for-profit or non-profit, and may take the form of a co-operative, mutual organization, a social business, or a charity organization.

18 Issue

19 Target The Republic of the Philippines

20 Issue - Poverty Poverty remains the most critical social problem that needs to be addressed. About a third of Manila's 12 million residents live in slums, and a third of 94 million Filipinos live below the poverty line of $1.25 a day.

21 Issue - Poverty


23 “ The Philippines is looming with garbage problems despite the passage of the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act or the Republic Act (RA) 9003. 2007 first quarter data from the National Solid Waste Management Commission shows that there are 677 open dumpsites, 343 controlled dumps, and 21 landfills in the country. An additional 307 dump sites are subject for closure or rehabilitation plans but without definite schedules for enforcement. About 215 additional landfills are being proposed to be set up nationwide.’’ Issue - Environment

24 Landfills and open dumps, according to studies, account for 34 percent of human-related methane emissions to the atmosphere, a global warming gas that has 23 times more heat- trapping power than carbon dioxide. Issue – Environment



27 Proposal

28 The ever-increasing population and rapid urbanization in the region cause the proliferation of waste. At the same time the complex relationship between waste generation, sustainable development, sustainable livelihood and environmental protection calls for an integrated approach that takes all aspects into consideration

29 Berde Life Berde tagalog word for Green, inspired to promote environmental awareness in the Philippines. for a better life Life simply life. Inspired to promote the importance of one’s life.

30 Products  Trash / garbage collecting or cleaning and segregating garbage to make a recycled products Ex. Slippers, bags, furniture, raw materials, etc.

31 People  Unemployed marginalized Filipinos

32 Profit Distribution  65% employees’ income  25% enterprise funds  10% professional social workers’ income

33 Mission  Lessen pollution and poverty  give jobs  training and development programs

34 Vision  cleaner environment  more job opportunities

35 Values  Sustainable development for environment  Cooperation  commitment  Communication  Creativity

36 Recommended Promotion  Volunteer work  Donations  Partnerships and sponsorships  Media promotions  Documentaries  Benefit events (with sponsors)  Talks and conferences

37 CONCLUSION  benefit both the country and its people  stepping stone  to introduce, incorporate, and develop service learning and social entrepreneurship in line with our Faith  spark the change, the change can start from you

38 Colossians 3:23 23 Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men, 24 since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving.

39 Today I start the change I want to see. Even if I’m not the light I can be the spark In faith, service, and communion. Let us start the change we want to see. The change that begins in me.

40 End


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