Tempo December 10, 2010 PRESIDENT Benigno s. Aquino III poses with representatives of this year’s top Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO) after presenting them their respective awards in ceremonies yesterday at Malacañang’s Heroes’ Hall.
[R]EVOLUTIONARIES is a book about young people who are constantly finding new solutions to old problems, or who are using new lenses and perspectives to find different ways of doing things. It is about young people who are constantly challenging the status quo, testing their limits, and dreaming, daring, and doing beyond the normal call of everyday life.
MANILA, Philippines — In Barangay Pagaypay, Passi, Iloilo, a growing number of teenagers and young adults are all scrambling to be part of the coolest club in town.
Nope, it’s not a dance club, or an exclusive party club that the Passi youngsters can’t wait to get into. It’s a club that can teach them how to farm, raise swine and chicken, and process pineapple wine. It’s called the Pagaypay 4H Club.
MANILA, Philippines — Last year, the country experienced extreme heat in summer, up to the first few months of the rainy season. This caused crop fields and water reservoirs all over the country to dry up.
Fortunately, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), the country will experience a wetter year in 2011. The summer season will just be a month while the wet season will run through most of the year.
MANILA, Philippines — On a piece of paper, an out-of-school youth writes down what his dreams are. But when asked if he thinks he can achieve these dreams, he immediately answers ‘No.’
This is the first thing that youth organization called Education Revolution Movement (EdRev) asks its potential beneficiaries to do, whoever and whatever age they are.
MANILA, Philippines – President Aquino recognized the winners of the 8th Search for the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO) in ceremonies at the Heroes Hall in Malacañang recently.
President Aquino was assisted by Sen. Kiko Pangilinan, TAYO Awards Foundation president Paolo Benigno “Bam”Aquino, National Youth Commission chairman Christopher Arnuco and Guillermo Aponte, president and general manager of the Coca-Cola Export Corp.
MANILA, Philippines — President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III lauded young Filipinos for moving People Power forward and for opening doors to progress through technology and the power of their ideas in his keynote speech during the 8th Search for Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO), held on December 9 at the Heroes Hall of Malacanang Palace in Manila.
Jocelyn E. Morano Philippine Information Agency December 12, 2010 Butuan City (10 December) — The Pro-Drop Out Reduction Program (PRO-DORP) Team from Cantilan, Surigao del Sur received an award from President Benigno Simeon Aquino III as one of this year’s winner of the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO) in a ceremony held on December 9
PRESIDENT BENIGNO S. AQUINO III’s SPEECH DURING THE AWARDING CEREMONIES OF THE TEN ACCOMPLISHED YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS (TAYO)admin December 10, 2010
Thank you. Maupo ho tayo. Magandang umaga po sa lahat.
Kagalang-galang Senator Kiko Pangilinan, Kuya Bam Aquino, (laughter) Secretary Sonny Coloma, Mr. Guillermo Aponte, Undersecretary Christopher Arnulfo, Undersecretary Celia Yangco, the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations and other distinguished special awards, members of the TAYO National Board of Judges, honored guests, mga kasamahan ko sa sektor ng kabataan, (laughter) mga minamahal kong kababayan:
Sa kagalang galang nating Pangulong Noynoy Aquino at Senador Kiko Pangilinan; sa Chairman ng National Youth Commission, G. Chris Arnuco; sa Pangulo ng TAYO Awards, G. Bam Aquino; sa Presidente ng Coca Cola Export Corporation, G. Guillermo Aponte; kay Secretary Sonny Coloma; kay Undersecretary Celia Yangco; sa aking mga kasamahang TAYO 8 National Finalists, mga panauhin, magandang umaga.