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5:44 PM

BJMP Region VII Exhibit until October 30 to Raise Awareness

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JMP REGION VII #NACOCOW2022 exhibit at Pacific Mall Mandaue until October 30 to raise awareness to the public and help PDL to raise funds to support themselves and their family. They made beautiful paintings and beautiful crafts especially for Christmass, a perfect gift for Christmas for your loveones and friends.

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11:00 PM

Teleperformance donates Php 5 million to Life Project for Youth for social empowerment

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 Teleperformance donates Php 5 million to Life Project for Youth  for social empowerment

Teleperformance and LP4Y formalize partnership. Teleperformance Founder, Chairman, and CEO Daniel Julien, Group COO Agustin Grisanti,
Global Deputy COO Juan Carlos Hincapie, Transformation President Bhupender Singh, Global Business Development President Eric Dupuy,
Teleperformance USA, Canada and Philippines CEO Mike Lytle, Teleperformance Philippines CEO Francisco Lara, Teleperformance
Philippines COO Joey Marquez, Human Capital Resource Management Senior VP Jeffrey Johnson, and Training, Quality, and Analytics Senior
VP Pierre Berube join LP4Y Coach & Project Leader Florent Besson, Country Coordinator Albane d' Harcourt, and LP4Y scholars at the donation presentation held at Teleperformance Philippines office

Teleperformance, a global leader in outsourced customer and citizen experience
management, has made a donation to non-profit organization Life Project 4 Youth (LP4Y) to help
prepare young Filipinos in capability building and in pursuing flourishing careers at Teleperformance.
The Php 5 million-donation demonstrates Teleperformance Philippines’ commitment in pursuing
sustainable growth by investing in the country’s future: the Filipino youth.
“We are awarding the amount of five million pesos as sponsorship for 75 youth who will undergo the six months LP4Y program of professional integration and character formation,” said Jeffrey Johnson, Senior

Vice President for Human Capital Resource Management, during the donation presentation held
recently as part of the Teleperformance Global Executive Leadership visit in Manila.
The newly minted partnership with LP4Y is set to promote youth inclusion by providing skills training
and mentorship opportunities to young people in underserved communities. Teleperformance
employees will also participate in volunteer opportunities to help youth participants at LP4Y centers,
including mentorship programs and contact center skills training. 

LP4Y is a Paris-based organization present in 14 countries that is dedicated to the professional and social
integration of young adults living in extreme poverty and exclusion. Their training centers focus on
training young people to build their life project and develop, through experience, the life skills and
professional know-how necessary for their sustainable integration. Currently, they have three training
centers in Manila, one in Cebu, and one in Cagayan de Oro.
LP4Y Country Coordinator Albane d' Harcourt, Project Lead for Partnerships and Fundraising Florent
Besson, and Coach Rommel Gersava extended their organization’s gratitude together with six LP4Y
Youth from Taguig and Payatas who also shared their stories of how LP4Y improved their lives. 
“Created in 2009 in Manila, LP4Y expanded and is now operating on a worldwide scale. Our actions are all guided by a core value – we believe that all Youth have potential. That is why we are accompanying
them to be entrepreneurs in their lives and shape their own futures,” shared LP4Y Coach & Project
Leader for Partnership Florent Besson, who was present during the partnership signing.
Through its partnership with LP4Y, Teleperformance Philippines continues to advocate for this worthy
cause to ensure that the youth from underserved communities gain better educational opportunities, as
well as access to rewarding and life-long career prospects.

Teleperformance is an ardent proponent of Inclusive Employment through its TP for All Impact Sourcing
programs that offer learning, skills development, and career opportunities for people regardless of their
social, economic, educational, and physical circumstances.
Since 2012, Teleperformance Philippines has been a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact
(UNGC), the most important global initiative in terms of sustainable development, by which the
company ensures it continues to be a Force for Good in ways that benefit people and communities

Through its corporate social responsibility arm Citizen of the World, Teleperformance has engaged their
employees to participate in programs and donation drives. Moreover, Teleperformance Philippines
sustains its partnership with Gawad Kalinga where a Teleperformance Citizen of the World Village was
developed in Tanay, Rizal. One hundred homes were constructed for families and amenities including a
community center, learning center, basketball court, and recreational room were also built.
Teleperformance continues to support its residents through livelihood and entrepreneurship projects.
Teleperformance is the recipient of the Great Place to Work® certification, and is the first, the largest,
and the only company in the Philippines to be Great Place to Work®-certified for five straight years. Thecompany is also one of the Philippines’ Best Workplaces in 2022 and is part of the Asia’s Best Workplace List.  

To learn more about Teleperformance Philippines, visit their website at

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5:41 PM

Gabii Sa Kabilin 2022 Tour

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 It's my first time attending the Gabii Sa Kabilin and indeed it's a remarkable night for me, got to know and listen to deep rooted history of Cebu, immerse myself in Cebuano Culture, here's my take on that Gabii sa Kabilin Night



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6:55 AM

Childlink open to partner with individuals, organizations for its early literacy program

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 Recognizing the importance of early childhood education, Childlink Learning Center and Childlink High School Inc. is open to partner with individuals and organizations for its early literacy program.


Childlink Director, Maria Theresa Tio signs the Memorandum of Agreement with the principal and teacher of the Ramon Duterte Memorial National High School for the Early Literacy Program to be conducted at the National High School in Guadalupe.

Ms. Maria Theresa Tio, Childlink founder and school directress, said they have come up with a module for the Early Literacy program which could be used to develop learning for children aged four to six.


“There are many benefits if we maximize the teaching to young children of pre-school age, that is from 0 to 7 years old.  From 0-7 years old,  the capability of our brains to absorb information and to learn is exponential,” Ms. Tio said.


Preschool aged children living near the Inayawan dumpsite receive the gift of books for the reading sessions conducted by the Childlink High School students.

She added that the learning ability of children will reduce as they grow older so it would be better to take the opportunity of teaching children in the pre-school so they will have a good start.


“Preschool education will help develop the child’s study habits. It will develop the love for learning and good values,” Ms. Tio pointed out.


Linkers do frequent reading sessions with the children at the Batang Mekong Center near the Inayawan dumpsite.

“Our school is making modules for Reading, Math, Science and Writing. So, the anchor of the program is really Reading for the students,” she explained.


Under the program, the teacher reads to the children and after reading, teach the children about letters, numbers, science related to the story read.  This will be followed by writing. Childlink started to implement this program this month of October.


The Z Club of Childlink High School students tell a story through puppetry at the Cebu City Public Library.

Engaging activities are done by the High School Linkers after every storytelling session.

The entire Early Literacy Program kit contains a workbook in Reading, Math, Science, and  Writing, crayons, pencil and eraser.

The Childlink Parents-Teachers Association bought 25 modules to kick off the program.  These modules  were given to two institutions namely the Ramon Duterte Memorial National High School and the Cebu City Public Library.


According to Ms. Tio, 15 modules were turned over to the Ramon Duterte Memorial National High School while the remaining 10 modules will go to the Cebu City Public Library.


The teachers at the Ramon Duterte Memorial National High School who will be conducting the classes do this as part of their community extension program.


Meanwhile, a Childlink teacher will be the one to hold classes every Friday at the Cebu City Public Library.


When the program beneficiaries enter formal school, in  Kindergarten or Grade 1, they will already be equipped with the basic knowledge such as the sound of the letters, the numbers and the environment. They will also be prepared for writing, Ms. Tio said.

Teacher Tess Tio, school director explains the importance of a good early childhood education as a way to develop better learners that are more prepared for the rigors of the Elementary to High School education.

She explained that Childlink will be monitoring the implementation of program to ensure that this is properly implemented. Also, the kids participating in the program are required to finish the sessions to ensure their progress of learning. 

The minimum number of sessions is 26. However, teachers may have to increase the sessions up to 52, depending on the situation.

 The modules, which are composed of workbooks, will remain in the classroom but these will be given to the child once they have completed the program.

 The target beneficiaries are those belonging to the low-income sector who could not afford to send their children to pre-primary educational institutions.

 To expand the program, Childlink is now looking for partners who will fund the cost of the modules estimated between P1,000 to P1,200 each. Each module also includes crayons, pencils and erasers.

 “I want to help more people in the community but we need partners and organizations who will donate the amount for the modules for their preferred beneficiaries. That’s the only way that this program can benefit more children and our community,” Ms. Tio pointed out.

 Childlink will take care of the training of teachers and will monitor the program implementation on behalf of the partners.

 Twenty years ago, the school had started implementing its Reading program for the children of families living at the Inayawan dump site. However, the program was discontinued because the mothers/teachers who were trained to implement the program were no longer around.

 Childlink then decided to revive an enhanced Literacy Program with Reading as the anchor of the program with the added Math, Science and Writing components, Ms. Tio said.

 UNICEF also underscored the importance of pre-primary education, noting that children enrolled in at least one year of pre-primary education are more likely to develop the critical skills they need to succeed in school and less likely to repeat grades or drop out.


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10:09 PM

mWell launches the country’s first health app wellness tracker via the nationwide Zumba® Fitfest Tour

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mWell launches the country’s first health app wellness tracker via the nationwide Zumba® Fitfest Tour


Continuously breaking new grounds in digital healthcare, Metro Pacific Investments Corporation’s (MPIC) mWell, the Philippines’ first fully integrated health app, is partnering with the country’s top Zumba masters to launch the mWellness Score via the mWell Fitfest Tour Zumba challenge that kicked off in Cebu.


mWellness Score is a personal in-app health tracker which measures the amounts of exercise, light activity, sedentary behavior and sleep everyday using data-driven methods.


The mWell Fitfest Tour is led by celebrity dance diva, choreographer, and top Zumba instructor                   Ms. Regine Tolentino. Through it, Zumba communities around the country will get the first crack at mWellness Score via the nationwide Zumba challenge that kicked off in Cebu last Oct. 7 where hundreds of participants danced the weekend away in the Dance Workout 3.0 Marathon held at the Insular Square in Mandaue City.


The workout series continues in Mandaue, Bohol, Pampanga, Marikina, Las Pinas and Quezon City.  Zumba enthusiasts may join the event for free, dance their way to a healthier lifestyle and get the chance to bring home gift vouchers, shirts, and smartwatches. All they have to do is download the mWell app, start using the mWellness Score feature and flex their scores on their social media pages. 


“I’m really excited to partner with mWell for this event. You won’t feel like it’s a dreaded workout. Just dress up, feel beautiful and empowered as you move to the music. You’ll burn a ton of calories too! It will be a blast. By monitoring my mWellness Score as I teach Zumba, I can easily stay fit and healthy, lower the risk of getting sick and be more productive,” she adds.


In support of the fitness campaign, MPIC’s Finance, Risk and Sustainability Officer and wellness enthusiast Ms. Chaye Cabal-Revilla says, “Zumba is a happy pill.  It’s a fun and easy way to be healthy and beat stress at work. In our spare time, we even have Zumba breaks in the office. And with the mWellness Score, you can track your performance versus other mWell app users. This feature also helps monitor step count, physical activity, and sleep.”


Through the mWellness Score, mWell mobile app users can easily access a handy guide to developing a healthy lifestyle for long-term health, without having to spend on extra gadgets or wearables.


Designed for those who lead a busy life, the mWellness Score enables app users to be in control of their health, reach their fitness goals and make informed lifestyle choices to prevent chronic diseases. No need for a drastic lifestyle change. All it takes are a few tweaks to make space for physical activity and adequate sleep regularly. To make the path to fitness more exciting, mWell users can set personalized goals, or interact with others on the app, making wellness organically part of their lifestyle. They can get their daily mWellness Score for free by simply clicking on the Wellness icon on the app.


This latest innovation from mWell comes on the heels of National mWellness Day, the biggest nationwide digital medical mission. The fastest-growing health app which provides doctor consultations and serves as a wellness guide, has earlier won Best Initiative in Technological Innovation in The Asset ESG Corporate Awards--one of the world’s leading and longest-running honors in the environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) space.


Aside from the mWellness ScoremWell has also made available customized fitness and nutrition programs developed by Olympians and exercise physiologists as well as calorie-controlled recipes created by dietitians and nutritionists.


Download the mWell PH app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Follow mWell on Facebook and mwellph on Instagram for more updates.

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4:49 AM

Barangay Lahug Hosts Mental Health Forum

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 Barangay Lahug Hosts Mental Health Forum 

CEBU CITY, Philippines. In celebration of this year’s mental health month, Barangay Lahug, conducted a forum on mental health awareness last Saturday, October 8, 2022 at the Lahug Barangay Hall. The event is made possible through the efforts of its barangay council spearheaded by Hon. Michael Paquibot, Chairman on the Barangay Committee on Health, Hospital Services, and Sanitation. 

The gathering is one of the prime initiatives of Lahug’s Barangay Behavioral Health Unit (BBHU), a program dedicated to provide assistance to the mental needs of its residents. BBHU is a brainchild of psychologist Manuel “Pocholo” de Los Santos, who also served as the resource speaker of the recently concluded forum. De Los Santos is also the program director of BBHU.

Hon. Michael Paquibot welcomed the participants of the forum by highlighting the importance of mental health. He noted its relevance in a society that has collectively faced the challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Hon. Paquibot also lauded the people behind BBHU, particularly Hon. Mary Ann de Los Santos, for their efforts and support since its launching in 2019. 

The Fundamentals of Mental Health

Mental health issues have been much more prevalent during the past 20 years, particularly among young individuals. The mental health crisis has been referred to as a "second pandemic" by some specialists since it has been accelerated by the pressures of the COVID-19 epidemic and trauma of the previous year.

At the onset of his speech, psychologist Manuel “Pocholo” de Los Santos presented the integrated health concept, explaining that health, is composed of an individual’s physical, mental, and spiritual domain. He also discussed the behavior triad which is the result of a person’s thoughts and feelings. 

De Los Santos emphasized the value of cultivating good energy in maintaining a sound mind. “This flow of good energy comes from the depth of your being. When you are filled with this energy, you feel like you can take over the world,” de Los Santos shared. He added that when good energy is blocked, negativities come in place. 

De Los Santos cited having a spiritual heart as the key point in allowing good energy to flow into someone’s life. “You have a wellspring of beautiful energy inside of you. When you are open, you feel it. When you are close, you don’t,” he said. 

Participants were then presented with an expert-backed and practical guide on how to stay open. Among the strategies presented by de Los Santos is to keep one’s heart and mind open, and to deal with any life experience with awareness. He shared that the most important thing in life is inner energy, which can be improved through meditation, awareness, and willful efforts. 

The forum was graced by content creators coming from various groups. Present during the event are some members of Cebu Online News Press Corps, Sugbo Digital Influencers (SugDI), and Bisaya YouTubers Club (BYC). 

Barangay Behavioral Health Unit (BBHU)

Lahug’s Barangay Behavioral Health Unit (BBHU) aims to educate people down to the grassroots level to be able to reach out to those who urgently needs it. Among the projects initiated by the BBHU are psycho-educational programs, individual therapies, couple therapy and skills training. 

BBHU is composed of a team of professionals working together to achieve its goals. To date, BBHU has psychiatrists, two psychologists, and psycho-social workers. 

People with mental health disorders frequently face significant human rights breaches, discrimination, and stigma. Despite the fact that many mental health illnesses may be successfully treated for comparatively little money, there is still a wide disparity between those who require care and those who have access to it. 

De Los Santos hopes to redefine mental health through their efforts. “People really don’t know. When you talk about mental health, they talk about - crazy, but mental health is different from the disorder,” de Los Santos shared. 

BBHU is open to help and accommodate anyone who needs mental health assistance. The group is working together with medical groups in Metro Cebu to cater emergency cases. 

BBHU will hold a separate forum on mental health disorders next week to further spread awareness on the matter. Its office is located in the Lahug Barangay Health Center.

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9:34 PM


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Virtouso re opens yesterday at Banilad Town center Cebu 2nd flool. Ms. Hannah Loulla Go shares that they're very excited to welcome new students and this is a big leap of faith to expand the school. 

Lessons Offered








Enroll NOW! visit their FB page Virtouso School of Music

Call or message them 09088132004

Visit the site at Room 225, 2nd floor, Banilad Town Center Cebu, Gov. Cuenco Ave. Cebu PH 6000


Virtuoso School of Music (VSM) opened its doors last August 21, 2015 and is located at the 2™ floor of Banilad Town Centre, Cebu City. VSM offers after-school music lessons for piano, voice, violin, guitar, ukulele, flute recorder, drums and music theory both for in-studio and online platforms and for students from all ages. In order to achieve its goal to provide affordable, quality music education and instrument training, Virtuoso School of Music created its Music Academic Program that provides quality music theory and instrument playing classes to students in academic schools through the partnerships established with schools from Cebu City, Mandaue City and Lapu-Lapu City. Almost 4,000 students (and counting) have benefited from our Music Academic Program since 2017.

School Partners: 1. Paref Southcrest School (Cebu City) — 2016 to present 2. Paref Southdale School (Cebu City) — 2016 to 2020 3. Asian Learning Center (Lapu-Lapu City) — 2017 to present 4. St. Louis College — Cebu (Mandaue City) — 2019-2020 HANNAH LOUELLA GO Operations Director
Hannah ts a music education graduate from St. Theresa’s College in Cebu. She is also a Violin Scholar Alumnus and a former Assistant Concertmaster of Dr. Ingrid Santamana’s Cebu Youth Symphony Orchestra and Peace Philharmonic of the Philippines. She is a professional violinist who has performed with different local and international artists both locally and internationally. Some of the distinguished artists that she has performed with are Andrea Bocelli, Cecile Licad, Eric Santos and so much more. She used to be an on-call violinist for Manila Philharmonic Orchestra, and has also performed with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra. She is the founder and owner of Virtuoso School of Music, and is also the co-founder and managing director of ALGOrhythm Robotics Center.


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8:59 PM

ALGOrhyThm Robotics Center Opens in Cebu

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 ALGOrhyThm Robotics Center Opens in Banilad Town Center Cebu! 

October 8, 2022 opening of ARC was a success, ALGOrhyThm Robotics Centeris a private institution that specializes in training kids with hands on, interactive courses involving robotics, design and programming.

These are the things to expect on their way of teaching


Programs are designed to teach and develop basic science, technology, engineering and math skills


Students are taught the fundementals and process of engineering design, and they will spend a lot of time designing and building their own robots in a fun and safe environment.


Each student will be encouraged to think outside the box as they invent solutions to real world problems. 


ALGOrhythm Robotics Center (ARC) is a robotics school that aims to provide competitive and dynamic education to children of ali ages to gain knowledge and skill in programming and building robots to help them have a limitless future and become competitive 21st-century citizens. The ARC studio is at Banilad Town Centre in Cebu City, Philippines.

ARC offers both Robotics Academic Programs and Robotics Enrichment Programs. These programs are available for in-person (studio classes), online (virtual classes), and hybnd formats. The Robotics Academic Program assists academic institutions in providing their students with affordable but in-depth, hands-on, and progressive robotics classes. The Robotics Enrichment Program holds small-group and one-to-one lessons at our studio. Both Programs cover topics from robotics and mechatronics, software programming, basic electronics and mechanical engineering, advanced programming, and Al & Deep Learning. Our classes cater to students from Kindergarten to Grade 12. ARC has partnered with schools in Cebu City and Lapu-Lapu City since 2020. More than 600 students (and counting!) have benefited from robotics classes in the last two years. ALGOrhythm Robotics Center official opens on October 8, 2022. School Partners:
1. Paref Southcrest School (Cebu City) — 2022 to present
2. Asian Leaming Center (Lapu-Lapu City) — 2022 to present


Hannah Louella M. Go Managing Director

Hannah is a music education graduate from St. Theresa's College in Cebu. She is also a Violin Scholar Alumnus and a former Assistant Concertmaster of Dr. Ingrid Santamaria’s Cebu Youth Symphony Orchestra and Peace Philharmonic of the Philippines. She used to be the Assistant School Directress and Chief Finance Officer of Asian leaming Center. Aside from being the training director for ALGOrhythm Robotics Center, she is also the founder and owner of Virtuoso School of Music. Albert Causo Program Director

Albert Causo has been a roboticist for more than 15 years. He obtained his Master's and PhD in Robotics from the Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) in Japan. He finished his Chemistry and Computer Engineering undergraduate degrees at Ateneo de Manila University. He was a faculty member of the Department of Electronics, Communications and Computer Engineering at Ateneo de Manila in the Philippines. He is a former Senior Research Fellow at the Robotics Research Centre at Nanyang Technological University Singapore (NTU). As a robotics scientist, he has published more than 40 papers on various applications of robots in logistics and manufacturing, education, and rehabilitation. As an entrepreneur engineer, he has co-founded two robotics companies in Singapore. The first company, Hand Plus Robotics, specializes in robotic picking solutions for the logistics, manufacturing, and healthcare industries. The second company, Transforma Robotics, specializes in construction robots. He has built and deployed robots for companies such as DHL, Mitsubishi, Swiss Precision Industries, Singapore Armed Forces, and Singapore General Hospital. Albert has led robotics teams that have won intemational competitions, including the Amazon Robotics Challenge (2017, 1st Place), DHL Robotics Challenge (2017, 3rd Place), Robotics Challenge (2018, Finalist), IROS Mobile Manipulation challenge (2018, 1st Place). He was also the coach of the Singapore team for the Advanced Robotics Chalienge at the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) in 2016.

Detwyn Yang Go Deputy Director
Delwyn graduated from Ateneo de Manila University with a degree in Business Management in 1998. For eight years, he was a marketing and operations professional focused on start-ups and expansion for the Information Technology Industry through companies such as Intel and Microsoft. He has since shifted his attention to the financial industnes, serving as a financial consuttant these last 16 years in the life insurance industry. Delwyn is a dedicated business development professionali, having recerved the Million Dollar Table Awardee 10 times (and counting)!

Enroll and reach them through their social media and the telephone numbers provided below

Cellphone 09088120448
FB Page ALGOrhythm
School Location for Site Visit
2nd floor, Banilad Town Cente, Gov. Cuenco Ave. Cebu PH 6000


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