Stories from the Mentoring Program
Rey Cordenillo works at the Capiz Electric Cooperative, in charge of the Membership Services and Development division. Rey wanted to make it easier for applicants to get their homes energized. ...
Australia’s support paves way to the passage of a policy that promotes marine protection and management, and a more sustainable future for the coastal community of Burgos, Surigao del Norte. As a...
Summary Eli Sabinay led a four-person mentee team composed of employees and volunteers of Cebu Leads Foundation Inc. (CLFI), a non-stock, non-profit, and multi-sectoral coalition advocating for...
Since 2018, the Australian Embassy in the Philippines and The Asia Foundation, through the Coalitions for Change (CfC) program, have provided learning opportunities for leaders to pursue policy...
Gearing up for the Third Mentoring Cohort
Filomeno Sta. Ana III
“I’ve learned and gained a lot from this program. It encourages you to understand the logic behind the way things are, test out ideas, be flexible and realistic, and pursue your best guess or option for reform to happen.”
Monica Castillo of DOST PCAARRDD
“The mentoring program changed my attitude towards reform. It is not always going to be about reinventing the wheel. It’s about identifying where you can start, looking for that entry point, which sometimes is already there – you must be more aware and ready to act.”
Maricar Centeno of NORFIL Foundation, Mentoring Program Alumna