BFI sent twenty (25) sacks of used clothing , three (3) sacks of rice and two (2) sacks of vegetarian meat. At the same time Amurt arranged for volunteer reinforcements from Davao to augment the team. Bro Arjun & Bro Haresh arrived with the goods from BFI. On the same day, cooked food was served to two hundred sixty (260) families in West City Central School at Bgy. Carmen.
Baba’s Foundation’s relief drive during the Yolanda typhoon aftermath. This activity is under BFI’s Humanitarian Endeavors and Actions through Relief Tasks (HEARTS).
This Project is an offshoot of the Evelio B. Javier Foundation implemented project “Strengthening Local Mechanisms for Effective Civil Society Organization’s Participation in Public Procurement Processes” implemented in 2009 – 2010. The Baba’s Foundation, Inc. is currently the Secretariat for DPTCG, a coalition of 26 member-NGOs all based in Mindanao and involved with programs on good governance and anti-corruption. The project brought together CSOs to work jointly toward establishing effective procurement monitoring mechanisms, mobilizing volunteers and building the capacity of civil society actors to meaningfully monitor government procurement.