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Face the Book Project

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This is the ministry report of Face the Book Project. It started in 2016 as a project to build mini-libraries for indigenous children. Today, aside from donating books, we also donate school supplies, slippers, Noche Buena package and hygiene kits to different indigenous communities.
Our tag line is "Puno ng pag-asa ang batang mahilig magbasa" (a child who loves to read is full of hopes").
We believe that by helping the child develop the habit of reading, it will teach them to improve their memory, analytical skills, focus and concentration which hopefully will help them to become future leaders and game changers in their community.

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Face the Book Project

  1. 1. Ministry Report
  2. 2. About Us » It started in 2016 as a project to build mini- libraries for indigenous children.Today, aside from donating books, we also donate school supplies, slippers, Noche Buena package and hygiene kits to different indigenous communities. » Our tag line is "Puno ng pag-asa ang batang mahilig magbasa" (a child who loves to read is full of hopes"). » We believe that by helping the child develop the habit of reading, it will teach them to improve their memory, analytical skills, focus and concentration which hopefully will help them to become future leaders and game changers in their community. 2
  3. 3. Finished Projects 3
  4. 4. FACE THE BOOK PROJECT - PASTOLAN • Face the Book Project set up its very first reading corner in Pastolan Elementary School last January 10, 2017. • Almost 80 students together with their teachers attended the mini program that we prepared for them. 4
  5. 5. FACE THE BOOK PROJECT - PASTOLAN • We served lunch for everyone and after that Kuya Lads shared the Gospel to the kids and inspired them to strive hard and never stop dreaming and one day they will all achieve their dreams. • We also gave art kits to all the kids with a coloring book, pencil, sharpener and coloring materials 5
  6. 6. FACE THE BOOK PROJECT - PASTOLAN » FTB returned to Sitio Pastolan in Hermosa, Bataan last November 14, 2017 to spread love and hope to the Ayta students. » We also shared the Gospel to the students and prayed for them after.
  7. 7. FACE THE BOOK PROJECT - PASTOLAN » We distributed 100 noche buena packages (spaghetti noodles, spaghetti sauce, two cans of tuna and cooking oil), 100 school supplies (notebook, paper, pencil, pen, crayons, sharpener) and 120 pairs of slippers.
  8. 8. FACE THE BOOK PROJECT – GRACE BIBLE CHURCH • Face the Book Project visited the kids attending the outreach program of Grace Bible Church.This is the church where Kuya Lads attends every Sunday. • We gave slippers to all the kids who attended the outreach program.The kids are all very happy with their new set of slippers. 8
  9. 9. HELPING KIMUEL WITH HIS DIALYSIS • Kimuel is a chronic kidney disease patient undergoing four times of dialysis weekly. I learned about him through the poem that he wrote and shared through Dialysis PH, a Facebook support group for chronic kidney disease patients in the Philippines. • I met them last October 2018 and gave them financial support.They used it to buy medicines for Kimuel and they also saved the rest of the money for his kidney transplantation next year. 9
  10. 10. FACE THE BOOK PROJECT – CHILDHAUS » During the hospice rotation of Kuya Lads in PhilippineGeneral Hospital, their block visited Childhaus which is a halfway house in Manila.This institution serves as temporary house of patients who are originally from remote provinces but need to stay in Manila for their check-up and treatment. » Face the Book Project donated slippers for the pediatric patients and two boxes of sardines which will be used for the meals of the patients and their relatives in Childhaus. 10
  11. 11. FACE THE BOOK PROJECT - MACERA • Face the Book Project visited the River of God Church in Macera, Hermosa, Bataan last December 23, 2018. We crossed a river to get to their church.The church started last February 2018. • It was their Christmas fellowship when we visited their church. We gave slippers to the kids and some food packs to the families. We are thankful for the warm welcome of the members of the church. 11
  12. 12. FACE THE BOOK PROJECT - LEGARDA • Face the Book Project visited the informal settlers in Legarda, Manila last December 26, 2018. • Kuya Joey from Grace Bible Church shared the Gospel before we distributed the spaghetti package, shampoo at soap to 32 families in this area. 12
  13. 13. FACE THE BOOK PROJECT - PAYANGAN • We visited Payangan last December 29, 2018 and gave media noche package and slippers to 40 Ayta families. • We had praise and worship, and Gospel sharing with the Ayta families. 13
  14. 14. Finished Collaboration s 14
  15. 15. ADOPT-A-SCHOOL PROJECT IN IFUGAO • Face the Book Project donated 300 pairs of slippers for the “Adopt-a-School Project” for students from Ifugao tribes.The project was spearheaded by Dr. Teodora Balangcod of University of the Philippines Baguio. • Dr. Balangcod also distributed books, school supplies, bags and clothes to the students of Bangaan Elementary School and Kinakin Elementary School. 15
  16. 16. ADOPT-A-SCHOOL PROJECT IN IFUGAO » Aside from giving material things to the students and teachers in Ifugao, we also used this encounter as an opportunity to advance the Gospel of Christ.We shared the Gospel to the students and prayed for them. 16
  17. 17. TRAINING ON BAKING AT BANGAAN, BANAUE, IFUGAO • Face the Book Project was part of the training on baking conducted at Bangaan, Banaue, Ifugao.This project was led by Dr.Teodora Balangod from University of the Philippines Baguio. • The main objective of this project was to teach the women of Bangaan the basics of baking, so they can use it as a source of livelihood. The team of Dr. Balangcod trained them on how to bake bread, cake, doughnut, pizza etc. 17
  18. 18. Upcoming Projects 18
  19. 19. HYGIENE KITS FOR AYTA KIDS • Praise God for another blessing before the year ends.We received 100 pieces each of soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, alcohol, betadine, cotton and band aid. • We will give hygiene kits to indigenous communities this coming 2019.We will also teach them proper handwasing, brushing of teeth and basic wound care. 19
  20. 20. 100 LIBRO PARA SA MGA KATUTUBO • This 2019, Face the Book Project will launch the "100 Libro Para sa mga Katutubo".This project aims to donate 100 Filipino children's books to each elementary school in different Ayta communities in Bataan. • We want to give Ayta children hope by teaching them how to love reading. Our tag line is "Puno ng pag-asa ang batang mahilig magbasa" (a child who loves to read is full of hopes").We also want to support and promote quality Filipino children's books through this project. 20
  21. 21. THANK YOU VERY MUCH! This is all because of God’s provision and the generous support of all our sponsors from 2016 until now. May the Lord continuously bless you! 21
  22. 22. Do you want to be our ministry partner? If you want to be part of this ministry by giving or volunteering, you can message Lads at 09976838953 or at ogtantengco@gmail.com 22

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