The First Villar Sipag Youth Poverty Alleviation Challenge sponsored by the Villar Social Institute on Poverty Alleviation and Governance @ the SIPAG ,C5 Extension, Pulanglupa 1, Las Piñas City on July 28,2017.
September 5, 2017
Nine youth-led groups received the award for Most Outstanding Youth Organisations for the year, receiving P 150,000 each in cash prize. Two other organisations were given special awards and a cash prize of P 100,000 each. Named Most Outstanding Youth Organisations were the following: Cropital (UP Diliman, Quezon City); Young Farmers 4-H Club Organisation (Barangay Tabtabungao Rosario, La Union); Aulo Working Youth Club (Barangay Aulo Palayan City, Nueva Ecija); Kapwa Greens from Laguna (NHA Southville 7, Barangay Dayap Calauan, Laguna); Keep Hope Alive from Oriental Mindoro (Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro); Endless Summer from Albay (P-1 San Rafael Guinobatan, Albay); Sowing Legacy Movement (Mabini street, Bacolod City); Taluksangay 4-H Club (Taluksangay, Zamboanga City) and Working Youth Club of Tubay Inc. (Baranga. Doña Rosario, Tubay, Agusan del Norte). Receiving special awards and P 100,000 each were youth organisations Project Lily PH of Taguig and the Malaybalay Youth Transformation Movement of Bukidnon. The Youth Poverty Reduction Challenge is a competition for youth organisations that have at least three youth members and must be operating for a minimum of one year.
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