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ONE CAN see that the tribal members now consider the Latuga couple as part of their tribe. But Lanie herself admits it was not like that at the start. They had to show the tribe members that they were really sincere in their desire to help them. “Napaso na kasi sila ng maraming beses noon (They’ve had many unpleasant experiences in the past),” says Lanie. The tribal members have been disillusioned with various “volunteers” who promised to help improve their living conditions, taking videos of the miserable condition of the tribe to solicit donations locally and abroad. But after these “volunteers” left, they have not heard from them anymore.

Posted: December 21st, 2012 in Inquirer Features,Science and Health | Read More »

4k employees celebrate Citi bicentennial through community service

Citi’s 200th year coincides with its annual Global Community Day celebration, making it a meaningful occasion for its employees. Close to 800 Citi volunteers participated in the kick-off activity at the Habitat for Humanity site in Navotas city, where they participated in building activities and read aloud sessions with children.

Citi is celebrating its 200th anniversary through community service. On June 16, Citi will mark 200 years of serving clients around the world. As it approaches this milestone, the global leader in financial services is inviting its employees in more than 100 countries to celebrate the day through community service.

Posted: June 7th, 2012 in Headlines | Read More »

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