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Millie Kilayko, Filipina philanthropist and artist

Every person is born with a purpose. While some are still trying to determine what their calling truly is, here’s a Filipina who knew her calling early in life. Millie Kilayko is the founder and CEO of Negrense Volunteers for Change Foundation, Inc. (NVC), a significant non-profit organization in Bacolod (more…)Read More

Haiyan Child Victims Find Comfort in Garden

In the summer of 2014, I was given the opportunity to experience a life-altering event. Thanks to a grant from the American Montessori Society’s (AMS) Peace Committee and the help of family, friends, and a local government, I was fortunate to serve the child victims of super typhoon Haiyan that (more…)Read More

Nurse Breastfeeds Babies Not Her Own


Filipina nurse Maria Belen Moron, 27, usually breastfeeds two babies a day or at least 20 in a month at South Cotabato Provincial Hospital, in the Philippines. However, Moron is not paid as a “wet nurse” but she is doing it voluntarily as a mother who understands the struggles of first (more…)Read More

Filipina Teacher Gives Inmates Second Chance


Anecia Zapata, a Filipina elementary teacher for almost two decades, never thought she would be teaching in an unlikely classroom like the provincial jail with students in trying circumstances. That was in 2009 when Ma’am Amy, as she is fondly called at the South Cotabato Rehabilitation and Detention Center, became a (more…)Read More

Ex-Drug Addict Michelle Perez Turns New Leaf


She was a Pinay child actress and drug addict in her younger years but now Manila-based Michelle Perez, 43, is a woman of strength, courage and persistence. “I turned my life around when one day I was alone in the balcony of my house and I asked myself—how long will (more…)Read More