We value working together in piloting programs that shapes the Filipino youth as leaders for a better Philippines.
Supported by the National Youth Commission (NYC), this is a highly competitive fellowship program for Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) officials with promising and high-impact projects. The pilot run, which started in 2020, is solely focused on health-related projects. However, succeeding runs will cover any of the seven (7) centers of participation, as indicated in the Philippine Youth Development Plan (PYDP).
In collaboration with NYC, Galing Pook Foundation, and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Philippines, this program empowers SK officials and local government units in creating high-impact programs that focus on the meaningful participation of children and youth.
In partnership with UNICEF -Philippines, this initiative aims to mobilize youth leaders in promoting immunization, through house-to-house profiling and rapid coverage assessment, debunking myths and misconception about vaccination, and re-education of local communities on immunization.
In line with the celebration of the International Youth Day, PYDN showcases the most outstanding youth-led initiatives and innovations by SK councils across the country, committed to build better communities.
Supported by UNICEF Philippines, NYC, and the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC), this program aims to promote the holistic well-being of children and youth by gathering relevant information, designing appropriate programs, and piloting interventions responsive to their needs in times of crisis.
This is envisioned to be the “Earth Hour” of youth engagement in the country. This 60-minute celebration aims to invite the public to celebrate the contributions and the sacrifices of our young people towards building a better Philippines for all. After its successful first run, this will be held every August 12 in celebration of the International Youth Day.
Patterned after Unilab Foundation’s Ideas Positive program, this initiative will cater children and adolescents aged 10-17 years old to create innovative solutions to tackle public health concerns focused on HIV and AIDS awareness, and Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health.