The following is a series of reflections from volunteers of various medical missions conducted by TFUC participated in by Small Hands Philippines.
Volunteers from Small Hands Philippines joined in the medical mission conducted by TFUC in Brgy. 105 Tondo, Manila last June 26, 2016.
SH sponsored a forum and exposure last May 28, 2016 on the environment focusing on the impact of coal and its presence in Metro Manila.
On April 12-13, Small Hands members visited a community of empowered Aetas in Botolan, Zambales to learn how they achieved their empowered status as a community and to explore the ways in which those steps could be shared with other indigenous communities.
We usually tend to ignore the little deeds we do in life. Like a small drop in the middle of a still lake, our simple and seemingly insignificant actions can sometimes ripple to something a thousand times bigger than what we have previously cared to imagine. This is one of my realizations in our recent trip back to the Dumagat community in Sitio Magata in Brgy. Laiban, Tanay, Rizal.
Folks from Kalibo, Aklan sent us a short video message expressing their gratitude to the donors who made it possible for them to have a new fishing boat
Members of Small Hands traveled to Jinamoc Island in Western Samar to participate in the rehabilitation program with the main goal of integrating with the community and helping build the houses.
The core members of Small Hands Philippines are traveling to Basey, Western Samar in the last week of May to help build houses.