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									               Report on the BBW Learning Journey at INSOL




                                                    Copy of Painting by Botong Francisco

                                             April 25, 2007 1:30 – 5:30 pm
                                          INSOL DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
                                       36-A Main Avenue, Cubao, Quezon City




                                                            CSRSME ASIA




                     International Association of
                        Investors in the Social      AHON SA HIRAP INC.            Advocate of Philippine    Organisation Technology
                                                                                      Fair Trade, Inc.       International Pte Ltd
                               Economy




Tekton Business                                          Charter for Human                              Real Estate Coffee Club
Development                                               Responsibilities                                 Foundation, Inc.
Organization, Inc.                                  Philippine Facilitation Team
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                                           Table of Contents

Organizations Represented in the April 25, 2007 Learning Journey                     3

HIGHLIGHTS OF PROCEEDINGS

1. SHARING OF THE WORD OF GOD, OPENING PRAYER,
   AND INTRODUCTION OF PARTICIPANTS                                                  4

2. INTRODUCTION TO INSOL DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
       Mission                                                                       4
       Structure                                                                     4
       Achievements                                                                  4

3. ADOPTION OF THE REPORTS OF FEB 21 AND MARCH 28, 2007 MEETINGS                     5

4. REPORT OF ASIAN FORUM WORKGROUPS
      Workshop 1: Trading Differently – Fair Trade (Coordinators: Asian Fair Trade
      Forum, and Advocates of Philippine Fair Trade)                                 6
      Workshop 2: Governing Differently – Charter of Human Responsibility (CHR)
      and Servant Leadership (Coordinators: CHR Philippine Team, and Advocates
      for Servant Leadership)                                                        6
      Workshop 3: Investing Differently – Socially Responsible Investment
      (Coordinators: OTI Consulting, and Sustainability Analysis and Consulting      6
      Workshop 4: Financing Differently – The Philippine Microcredit Summit
      Coordinators: Ahon Sa Hirap Inc.,and Microfinance Council of the Phil, Inc.)   6
      Workshop 5: Producing Differently - Socially Responsible Entrepreneurship
      (Coordinator: Christian Businessmen’s Forum)                                   7
      ASSOCIATED EVENTS: Fair Trade Exhibit, Art Exhibit, Cultural Night             7-8
      Volunteers for the Asian Forum                                                 8
      Registration and Sponsors                                                      8

5. THE BBW LEARNING JOURNEY: WHERE ARE WE NOW?
       Stages of the Learning Journey                                                8
       What have we learned?                                                         9
       Bayanihan Banking Window (BBW): Pledge Investments                            9
       Bayanihan Food Package (BFP) – a food package for the poor                    10
       BFP Launch in Agraryo Trade Fair June 5-10. 2007                              10
       Schedule of BBW Learning Journey May-September 2007                           10

6. WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED TODAY FROM THIS JOURNEY?                                     11

Attachment: BBW Learning Journey Directory, updated as of April 25, 2007             12




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ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTED IN THE APRIL 25, 2007 LEARNING JOURNEY
  Advocates for Philippine Fair Trade (APFTI)
  Advocates for Servant Leadership
  Asian Fair Trade Forum (AFTF)
  Bayanihang Pilipino, Inc.
  Charter for Human Responsibility (CHR), Philippine Team
  Coalition of Socially Responsible Small & Medium Enterprises Asia (CSRSME)
  Evangelical Business People & Entrepreneurs for Social Transformation ( E-BEST)
  Impok Bayan Association (IBA)
  Intercessors for the Philippines (IFP)/ Sagip Bansa
  J & G Accounting Marketing Services
  Living Streams Fellowship International
  Microfinance Council of the Philippines (MCPI)
  Ministry to the Marketplace (San Juan and Metro Manila)
  On Eagle’s Wings Foundation
  OTI Consulting Philippines
  Philippine Fruit & Vegetable Industries, Inc. (Philfruits)
  Planters Development Bank
  Real Estate Coffee Club (RECC)
  Tekton Business Development Organization
  Thesauros IT Consultants, Inc.
  Uplift Philippines
  Ventures & Entrepreneurship Development Center in the Orient (VEDCOR)




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HIGLIGHTS OF THE PROCEEDINGS
1. SHARING OF THE WORD OF GOD, OPENING PRAYER, AND INTRODUCTION OF PARTICIPANTS

Bro. Ben Quiñones, Chairman and President of CSRSME, and currently Philippine Representative of On Eagle’s
Wings Foundation, chaired the Learning Journey at INSOL Development Foundation. He followed through the
program prepared for the meeting.

Bro. Ben Quiñones shared the Word of God. Pastor Ed de Guzman, Vice Chairman of the IFP and a national
coordinator of Sagip Bansa, led the opening prayer. Mr. Gavin Bunker, President of Insol and host of the
meeting, welcomed the participants to the Insol premises.

Each of the 34 participants from 22 organizations introduced himself/herself and the organization he/she
represents.

2. INTRODUCTION TO INSOL DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION

Insol Development Foundation hosted the third session of the BBW Learning Journey (LJ). The first LJ was
hosted by ASHI in February 21 and the second, by APFTI in March 28. Stage 1 of the Learning Journey is
entitled “Observing the Current Reality” which is carried out through a study visit to various partner organizations.

Mr. Gavin Bunker, Insol President, introduced Insol Development Foundation with the aid of a powerpoint
presentation. He highlighted the following:

Mission of Insol
   1. Enabling entrepreneurs from micro to small
   2. see micro business entrepreneurs transact more confidently in local trading
   3. to develop management capacity, self realization and adequate security of micro enterprises through the
       provision of business development services

To implement its mission, Insol established various Insol Enterprise Centers (IECs) in San Jose, Antique;
 Morong, Rizal; San Pedro, South Metro Manila; and Sta. Cruz, Laguna. More IEC’s will be established soon in
 Antipolo, Calamba, Siniloan and Pandan (Antique). Insol serves predominantly the women beneficiaries of Ahon
 Sa Hirap Inc. (ASHI).

Structure
A national board governs the affairs of Insol. At the centers, there are local boards to govern and participate in
 the decision programs so that Insol could respond to their needs. Through its Family Enterprise Development
 Program, Insol has established link with the Advocate of Phil. Fair Trade, Inc. (APFTI) which undertake
 business planning modules.

Achievements
Insol’s achievements include the following:
    1. conducted 121 seminars with 1,400 participants on entrepreneurial competencies (business plan)
    2. developed/strengthened various businesses through Insol’s “Premium Pinoy Products”
    3. designed product labels. Among the products developed were ASHI ice cream, lever one finger
         sandals, coco bandi, Manny’s buko collection, arrow slippers. Insol has developed at least 67
         product labels. Some food products are in process for BFAD approval.
    4. given out awards to the following enterprises: Eastern Candle Manufacturing, Mega Star Studio (photo &
         video coverage, leve’s sandals, Micon’s snack bar and Chas
    5. facilitated participation of at least 87 enterprises in 7 trade fairs.


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    6. given out Micro Enterprise Excellence awards (plaques) on the following categories: Best in Financial
       Management; Best in Marketing Plan; Best Product; and Best Entrepreneur

Mr. Bunker expects Insol to achieve financial sustainability within 3 years through the strengthening and
streamlining of its structure, policies, products and procedures. Towards this end, Insol developed the
ENTERPRISE ADVANTAGE training program composed of 37 modules of 6 sessions which include:
                  Personal entrepreneurial series
                  Business incubation series
                  Financial management series
                  Market growth series
                  Operations efficiency series
                  People leadership series

Materials used in the Enterprise Advantage training program include workbooks (translated in Filipino),
facilitator’s manual and a DVD set of instructional materials. Currently being developed by Insol is an interactive
digital learning module. Insol has developed an Enterprise Software which features an enterprise planner
spreadsheet and the enterprise accounts database. Participants pay a fee to avail of Insol training courses. In
closing, Mr.Bunker reiterated Insol’s commitment to its mission of developing the skills of micro entrepreneurs,
promote their growth, and in the process, contribute towards reducing poverty.

3. ADOPTION OF THE REPORTS OF FEBRUARY 21 AND MARCH 28, 2007 MEETINGS
The Chair distributed hard copies of the Report on the February 21 meeting at ASHI and the Report on the March
28 meeting at APFTI, explaining that the copies of the February 21 meeting were not distributed during the
March 28 meeting, and henceforth the report was not acted upon by the meeting. Accordingly, the April 23
meeting approved the motion, properly seconded, to adopt these two reports as official records of the respective
meetings.

4. REPORT OF ASIAN FORUM WORKSHOPS
 Prior to the presentation of updates on the Asian Forum workshops, the Chair explained the background of the
Asian Forum for Solidarity Economy in the context of the Learning Journey. Accordingly, the Learning Journey
gathers like-minded individuals representing various organizations that are working on various facets of solidarity
economy. Inasmuch as the Asian Forum seeks to clarify certain major facets such as governance, production,
trading, investment, and financing, CSRSME Asia as event organizer carefully identifies organizations already
working on these facets and invites them to join the Learning Journey. Through a series of consultations with
various organizations since 2004, CSRSME Asia has zeroed in on organizations working on alternative models of
organizing and managing sustainable, solidarity-based development. By the year 2006, CSRSME Asia has
identified concrete models of solidarity-based governance, production, trading, investment, and financing.
Building on this knowledge resource base, CSRSME Asia summarized the core thematic themes of the Asian
Forum in the following: governing differently, producing differently, trading differently, investing differently, and
financing differently.

In essence, the ongoing Learning Journey is building a core group of solidarity economy stakeholders at the
national level. Since the launch of the Learning Journey in January 31, 2007 the national core group of solidarity
economy stakeholders revolves around 20 organizations. Among these, some key organizations have accepted
the challenge of organizing the respective Asian Forum workshops dealing specifically on the core thematic
themes. (The updates of these lead organizations on the progress of their initiatives are detailed below)

From the national setting, the Learning Journey will enter the international arena in October 2007, during which
organizations working on various facets of solidarity economy from various countries will join our learning journey
for the first time. The Chair reported that participants from 16 to 18 countries are expected to attend the Asian
Forum. Among the organizations expected to participate are the international partner organizations of CSRSME
Asia, namely: International Association of Investors in Social Economy, INAISE (Belgium), the Workgroup on

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Solidarity Socio-Economy (France), Alliance 21 (France), Coalition of Socially Responsible Enterprises Unity,
Solidarity, Action (U.S.A.), Pacific Asia Resource Center (Japan), and Reseau Intercontinental de Promotion del’
Economie Sociale et Solidaire, RIPESS (France).
After the introduction to the Asian Forum, the workshops presented their updates as follows:

Workshop 1: Trading Differently – Fair Trade (Coordinators: Asian Fair Trade Forum, and Advocates of
Philippine Fair Trade)
Med Manzaral of the Asian Fair Trade Forum (AFTF) reported that the Workshop on Trading Differently will have
3 resource speakers – one each from India, Nepal and Indonesia. Topics for discussion will be: 1) vision setting
for the planning challenges; 2) best practices in support to producers for market access for business viability (in a
developing country context); and 3) a call to action – inviting others to join.

Workshop 2: Governing Differently – Charter of Human Responsibility (CHR) and Servant Leadership
(Coordinators: CHR Philippine Team, and Advocates for Servant Leadership)
Ms. Pinky Castelo-Cupino, Team Leader of CHR Philippine Team, distributed copies of the proposed program of
the Worlkshop on Governing Differently. A Plenary Session will be held on October 18th with resource speakers
from Malaysia, India, and the Philippines. Pinky noted that the participation of a resource from China-India Youth
Forum is also being sought. In the afternoon of October 18, there will be associated sessions on Youth
Responsibility for Peace, Harmony and Sustainable Development, The Challenges to Make Civil Society More
Responsive in a Globalized World, and Interfaith Dialogue on Social Responsibility and Women and
Responsibility. Another associated session will be organized on October 19 afternoon to discuss networking &
partnerships planning

Ms. Jeanne Bernardo, Executive Director of the Advocates for Servant Leadership (ASL) reported that ASL will
invite as resource speakers of the workshop former Philippine Senator Joey Lina, former Quezon City Mayor Jun
Simon, former Secretary of Planning Dr. Cielito Habito, and 1 resource speaker each from Myanmar and
Thailand. They will speak on servant leadership and in particular, share their experiences of servant leadership
in their respective organizations/ countries.

Workshop 3: Investing Differently – Socially Responsible Investment (Coordinators: OTI Consulting, and
Sustainability Analysis and Consulting)
The Chair conveyed the apologies of Mr. Omy Romero, Managing Director of OTI Consulting, for not being able
to report to the meeting on his workgroup as he was n duty travel. Nonetheless, the Chair assured the meeting
that Ms. Kyoko Sakuma of Sustainability Analysis and Consulting (SA & C) and Omy Romero have submitted to
him a draft of their program for Plenary and Associated Sessions, which defined the objectives of the workshop
and the proposed resource speakers. A polished form of the program of the Workshop on Investing Differently will
be made available in the next Learning Journey, May 23.

Workshop 4: Financing Differently – The Philippine Microcredit Summit (Coordinators: Ahon Sa Hirap
Inc., and Microfinance Council of the Philippines, Inc.)
Mr. Ed Garcia, Executive Director of the Microfinance Council of the Philippines Inc (MCPI) presented the update
on the Workshop on Financing Differently. ASHI/MCPI is inviting Mr. Nigel Biggar, Manager of Social
Performance Program, Grameen Foundation U.S.A. and Ms. Cecile Lapenu, Executive Director of CERISE/
France, to speak on Social Performance Management.

It was suggested that a training session on Social Performance Management be scheduled during the Associated
Sessions allotted to the Workshop on Financing Differently, in the afternoon of October 18 and October 19. This
topic is highly technical in nature and would cater to the needs of the member institutions of MCPI and other
microfinance institutions. It was further suggested that the Plenary Session in the morning of October 19 be
organized to explain microfinance and its achievements in the Philippines to a broader audience including non-
practitioners of microfinance. Since the Plenary Session will include participants of other workshops, it would


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provide an opportune occasion to raise the awareness of non-practitioners about the mission and poverty impact
of microfinance.

Workshop 5: Producing Differently - Socially Responsible Entrepreneurship (Coordinator: Christian
Businessmen’s Forum)
Mr. Jimmy Ching, Chairman of Impok Bayan Association (IBA), explained that the Christian Businessmen’s
Forum is a consortium of three networks – the IBA represented by Jimmy Ching, the Evangelical Business
People and Entrepreneurs for Social Transformation (E+BEST) represented by Mr. Ruel Luna, and the Metro
Manila for Jesus Movement (MMJM) represented by Ptr Jun Sibanico. Thus, the convenors of the Christian
Businessmen’s Forum (CBF) are Jimmy Ching, Ruel Luna, and Jun Sibanico. It was suggested that CBF invites
Mr. Butch Albert of Bagong Pilipino to join the consortium as he is also working on the project of Christian
Businessmen’s Directory.

Mr. Jimmy Ching reported that the Workshop on Producing Differently will deal with four (4) major themes: job
creation (coordinator - MMJM), entrepreneurship for social transformation (coordinator - E-BEST), Bayanihan
Banking Program (coordinator - IBA), and Christian Businessman’s Directory (Coordinator - Bagong Pilipino).
They will submit the names of resource speakers in the next meeting, May 23.

ASSOCIATED EVENTS
The Chair invited the respective coordinators of the associated events to present their updates and
announcements.

Fair Trade Exhibit
Charisse Baldo of the Advocate of Philippine Fair Trade (APFTI) reported that APFTI will take the responsibility of
organizing a “Fair Trade” Fair. APFTI will make available a total of 60 booths during the Asian Forum for
exhibitors. Twenty four (24) booths will be located at U.P. Institute of Small Scale Industries (ISSI) with a
measurement of 3 X 3 meters/booth, at Php8,486 (around $180) rental per booth. Another 36 booths measuring
3 X 3 meters/booth will be located at the Bahay ng Alumni (18 at the ground floor and another 18 at the second
floor), at Php 5,900 ($125) rental per booth. All food exhibit booths will be located at the second floor, U.P. Bahay
ng Alumni. The rental cost includes the booth installation. While the trade exhibit will feature “fair trade” products,
it is also open to member enterprises of partner organizations participating in the Learning Journey.

Arnel Astillero, Program Coordinator of APFTI, announced that the trade exhibit registration procedure will be
finalized by May 30, therefore, those partner organizations that are interested to join the trade exhibit are
encouraged to register as early as possible, on a first come, first served basis.

Art Exhibit
It was reported that Ms. Athena Santos-Magcase Lopez, a social realist artist based in New Jersey, U.S.A., has
committed to attend the Asian Forum with husband Melvyn Lopez not only to do an exhibit of her paintings but
also to conduct a workshop on expressing social responsibility through the art form. In her email to Bro. Ben
Quinones, Ms. Lopez indicated that Mr. Pablo Baens-Santos, a renowned social realist artist, has committed to
cooperate in organizing the art exhibit and the art workshop.

Inasmuch as Ms. Lopez could not physically attend to the organization of the workshop, the Chair requested Dr.
Emmanuel Ramos, Business Development Manager of Tekton Business Development Organization (BDO), to
assist Ms. Lopez as co-coordinator for the art exhibit and the art workshop. Incidentally, Dr. Ramos knows
personally the social realist artist Mr. Llongoren who has expressed interest in articulating the issues concerning
the expression of social responsibility in art form. The Chair suggested that Dr. Ramos convenes a meeting with
Mr. Llongoren to discuss how best to organize and promote the art exhibit and the art workshop.




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During the open forum, Mr. Gavin Bunker asked if some young, indigent youth artists known to him could also
participate in the art exhibit. Bro. Ben said these young indigent artists are most welcome to participate, and for
that matter, any artist with a social realist perspective is welcome to display their art works.

Cultural Night
Ms. Rinka Romero, organizer of Rinka Collective, reported the Cultural Night’s theme will be “Usad Paglaya”
which means Towards Freedom. The cultural night will feature musical bands with indigenous sound like
Pinikpikan, Rinka collective, Wahiwara and probably the Makiling Dance company. To tap the youth, they may
charge entrance fee at reasonable price. They are currently looking for sponsors. For probable use of UP
grounds, Pinky Castelo suggested a tie up with an existing UP organization.

Volunteers for the Asian Forum
Mr.Jojo Padilla, Managing Director of VEDCOR, reported that the Asian Forum requires a total of 100 volunteers.
As of the date of the meeting, only 2 has responded via e-mail. Bro. Ben suggested that the participating local
organizations should register their staffs as volunteers. Mr. Gavin of Insol and Ms. Mila Bunker of ASHI
responded positively to this suggestion, indicating that they would like to expose their staff in the organizational
aspects of an international event like the Asian Forum.

Registration & Sponsors
Ms. Yasmin Marquez reported the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Bohol Foundation have
expressed interest to join the AF and requested for reservations. She also reported that the registration form is
already revised, with payment options including bank details. Early bird registration is until July 31st. The
following have been finalized: brochures (postcard & booklet forms), bags, pins and the logo to be printed on the
Asian Forum T-shirts

Bro. Ben reminded those present that of the total registration fee, 20% shall go to the recruiting organization as
incentive and to cover their promotional costs; 60% shall be used as logistics support for the workshops
(materials, sound system, etc), and the remaining 20% shall go towards defraying the promotional costs of the
Asian Forum Secretariat.

5. THE BBW LEARNING JOURNEY: WHERE ARE WE NOW?

Stages of the Learning Journey
Bro. Ben reported on the current status of the Learning Journey. Once again, he outline the stages of the
Learning Journey (LJ) as follows:
        Stage 1: Observing the Current Reality (February – June, 2007)
        Stage 2: Retreating & Reflection (July 26 -28, 2007)
        Stage 3: Prototyping & Pilot Testing (October – December, 2007)

Bro. Ben explained that from the organizational standpoint, the LJ is a means of team building. At Stage 1. the
participants’ mental picture of current reality would differ from one another because they look at it thru their
respective “filters” or vested interests. To date, three (3) prototype organizations have been visited by the LJ
participants– ASHI (prototype of socially responsible investor/financial service provider or SRI); APFTI (prototype
of a network of socially responsible entrepreneurs or SRE), and INSOL (prototype of a socially responsible
technical service provider or SRS).

Addressing the issue: “Can we model a governance system based on a socially responsible stewardship of
resources by God-centered, compassionate and competent servant leaders?”, Bro. Ben presented what he
believes is a doable model, the model of servant leadership. “Whoever wants to rank first among you must serve
the needs of all” (Matthew 20: 27). These words of Jesus Christ express the core philosophy of Servant
Leadership. Whoever aspires to leadership must serve the needs of country and people in accord with God’s will.
A leader must be an authentic servant of God and country or he is not a true leader.

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What have we learned?
Bro. Ben reported some of the impressions written down by participants of the March 28th LJ at APFTI.

Dr. Emmanuel Ramos (Tekton BDO) “The more I learn about the Bayanihan BW, the deeper is my
commitment to being involved. I … feel the stream moved by Filipinos committed to helping fellow Filipinos. A
true bayanihan spirit is aflame”.
Ruel Luna (E-Best) “… I have learned … that a person may have a bright idea but without the help of others, it
will not materialize”.
Rommel Agustin (APFTI) “The BBW can be a very good model for development. However, it needs to be
clarified of its full mechanics”.
Hilda Panganiban (VEDCOR) “Just like the body [with] many parts, there are various stakeholders in the
economy that need to complement and work as a team in order to function effectively… Investment pledges
made today for . BBW is . proof that there are people .who love our country and are committed to the vision of an
alternative economy”.
Jimmy Ching (Impok Bayan Association: “Bayanihan Banking Window gives me the opportunity to invest our
financial resources with socially responsible entrepreneurs (with APFTI’s help) who are worthy of our help”.
Charisse Baldo (APFTI): “… With each learning journey, my understanding of BBW and the participating
organizations gains clarity and depth. I … appreciate the emphasis on social responsibility and purpose in one’s
actions”.
Yasmin Marquez (OTI): “At the early stage of this learning journey, it is encouraging to see that many
organizations and individuals are excited to put their stake for the mobilization of the BBW with the very purpose
of investing towards a better future”.
Anonymous participant” “Investing in a mutual fund for a social purpose is laudable. BBW brings together
various groups that are or will be taught to be socially responsible. Strong networks that work in solidarity with
each other have the potential to transform leaders and society to be compassionate, God-fearing and caring”.

Bayanihan Banking Window (BBW): Pledge Investments
Bro. Ben went on to explain that while the Learning Journey is an open space where informal ties and bonds
among partner organizations are strengthened, the BBW is formal instrument for concretizing business and
financial relationships among various networks and organizations that support a solidarity-based economy. For
nomenclature purposes of BBW, the stakeholders of a solidarity-based economy are classified into four major
types: the socially responsible investors (SRIs), the socially responsible entrepreneurs (SREs), the socially
responsible service providers (SRS), and socially responsible civil society (SRC) who may also constitute the
consumer base of solidarity economy.

A solidarity-based economy requires a socially responsible civil society who, by informed choice, will patronize
products produced by socially responsible Filipino entrepreneurs. While there are several civil society
organizations in the country, there is still a need to educate their members why their support for products of
socially responsible enterprises or SREs is crucial for the sustainability of a solidarity-based economy.

The first four meetings conducted among partners since January 31 have resulted so far in Php 850,000.00 total
pledge investments for BBW from 8 organizations and 1 individual. These include, apart from CSRSME Asia
which laid the foundation of BBW, the following organizations: Php100,000 each from Impok Bayan Association,
RECC Foundation, Vedcor, On Eagles Wings Foundation, ASHI, Insol Development Foundation, Tekton BDO,
and Entrepreneurs du Monde; and P50,000.00 from one individual.

More pledge investments are expected to follow as the mechanics of BBW are finalized by the partner bank,
Planters Development Bank. The Learning Journey is an open space for confidence building among partner
organizations, and while the LJ agenda includes the promotion of BBW, partners are free to decide whether or
not to join the BBW at any point of the LJ.



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The Asian Forum (AF) is a means for consolidating and enlarging the socio-economic base of a solidarity-based
economy in general, and of BBW, in particular. A Stakeholders Assembly for the Asian Forum has been proposed
and it is quite likely that this item will be discussed during the Retreat and Reflection on July 26-28, 2007. The
Stakeholders Assembly is meant to provide an institutional form to the commitments of networks and
organizations toward the promotion of solidarity-based economy in various Asian countries. Thus the Asian
Forum could serve as a means for broadening the socio-economic network of organizations participating in the
current LJ.

Bayanihan Food Package (BFP) – a food package for the poor
One of the latest initiatives launched as a result of the BBW Learning Journey is the Bayanihan Food Package
(BFP), a food package for the poor developed by Philfruits, the marketing arm of agrarian reform farmer-
beneficiaries. BFP is meant to provide an affordable yet nutritious alternative to the dry-packed noodle which poor
households use for their regular meals. Such dry-pack noodle contain ample amounts of sodium monoglutamate
which have widely known ill effects on health.

A poor household with 5 members spends an average of Php80.00 per day on food, allocated as follows.
        Rice                  1 kilogram                                     Php 28.00
        Noodles               2 packs/Php7.0/ pack/meal, 2 meals                  28.00
        Condiments & others                                                       10.00
        Fare and Etc                                                              14.00
               TOTAL                                                         Php 80.00

The BFP offers an alternative, more nutritious food package, good for 2 meals for a family of 5, as follows:
       Rice                     1 kilo                           Php 25.00
       Meat/ fish               ½ kilo
         with fresh vegetables & condiments                             50.00
                 TOTAL                                           Php 75.00

BFP Launch in Agraryo Trade Fair June 5-10. 2007
Bro. Ben announced that the Bayanihan Food Package (BFP) will be launched at the Agraryo Trade Fair on June
5-10, 2007 at the SM Mega Trade Hall. Bulk orders for BFP will be taken for the first time in this trade fair.
CSRSME Asia has booked three 2 X 3 m booths at the Agraryo Trade Fair for this purpose, and also to allow
BBW partner organizations to take advantage of the occasion to promote their products. For a both rental
contribution of P5,000 per organization, partners can share booth space to display their products.

Schedule of BBW Learning Journey May-September 2007
Bro. Ben presented the following provisional schedule of the BBW learning journey in the succeeding months:

     Date             Day                Time                                           Venue
    May 23            Wed               1:30 pm                                          ASL
    May 30            Wed              10:00 am                             1 st inter city LJ -Pateros

 June 5 – 10        Tues-Sun               -                       Agraryo Trade Exhibit (SM Megamall)
   June 20            Wed               1:30 pm                                   2nd inter city LJ *
  July 26-28        Thurs-Sat      9:00am – 5:00pm            Retreat & Reflection (Asian Forum coordinators)
   July 28**          Wed               1:30 pm                     3rd inter city LJ (Legend Villas Hotel)
    Aug.22            Wed               1:30 pm                                   4th inter city LJ *
   Sept. 19           Wed               1:30 pm                                   5th inter city LJ *
 * Venue and host to be arranged
 ** July LJ is rescheduled to July 28 to avoid conflict with the Retreat & Reflection




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Some concerns raised:
   1. Some participants requested for the BBW LJ schedule to be sent to them by email.
   2. Ruel Luna of E-Best also requested copies of all presentations related to BBW.

6. WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED TODAY FROM THIS JOURNEY?
Towards the end of the meeting, participants were asked to write down what they have learned from the day’s LJ.
The responses are the following:

    1. Grace Sibanico (SJMM): “BBW learning journey has given me a clear direction of being a socially
        responsible investor through association with this group, {whose members are} contributing their specific
        talents and skills for a common goal – serv{ing} the purpose of our existence”.
    2. Charisse Baldo (APFTI) : “The Philippines needs more civic groups to cooperate and work together
        towards effecting social change. BBW is a good network for that”.
    3. Jeanne Bernardo (BAPI/ASL) : “It is encouraging to see the consistent participation of the BBW
        stakeholders in the learning journey . My impression is that the group has ”gelled” very well and the
        purpose and vision of each organization is becoming clearer as we go through the journey together.
        Wouldn’t it be great if all socially responsible organizations buy into the BBW? We will finally see
        national transformation, not only of the economy, but also on governance system”.
    4. Yasmin Marquez (OTI) : “The session of the BBW Learning Journey enabled me to have (now, I have !)
        a better understanding of a socially responsible service provider in INSOL”.
    5. Mila Mercado-Bunker (ASHI): “As we continue to journey together, confidence level is built and that
        partnership is strengthened. Let’s take a step at a time. Together, we get there…”
    6. Jimmy Ching (IBA) : “I’m learning that in BBW, we don’t have to re-invent the wheel because we have
        partners who can complement what we are doing. Together, we can do the work with efficiency and
        speed. It’s amazing!”
    7. No name (Philfruits): “With different organizations moving towards one goal, anything is possible …”
    8. Bishop Alex Zonio (Living Streams Fellowship International) : “The learning process is excellent”.
    9. Arnel Astillero (APFTI): “If we put passion to our vision… things fall easily into place!”
    10. No name (Philfruits): “If all people focus on what is needed and coordination is properly oriented, all
        plans will eventually be successful in time”.
    11. Ruel Luna (E-BEST) : “We need not to reinvent the wheel but through collaboration with other
        organizations with existing technology, we can accomplish greater things”.
    12. Bishop Jessie Peñoso (ASL) : “The BBW learning journey provides a viable alternative in terms of
        sustainability, strategy and systemic developmental approach. Hope to incorporate these outputs out of
        this learning process into national policies both politically and socially”.


RECORDED BY:

HILDA N. PANGANIBAN
Volunteer




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          Attachment
                                        BBW LEARNING JOURNEY DIRECTORY
                                          ( updated as of April 25, 2007 )
                                                                                       CONTACT NUMBERS
           NAME                OFFICE/ADDRESS               DESIGNATION
                                                                                        & EMAIL ADDRESS
                         Tropical Asia Omni Ventures      Manager              tropicalasia@gmail.com
1.      Ace Aguilar      2G Bricky One Condo,                                  www.asiantropics.com
                         España Corner Centro St.                              mobile: 0906-309-0441
                         Planters Devt Bank               First Vice           www.plantersbank.com.ph
        Adonis Yap       10th flr Planters Bank Bldg.     President,           acyap@plantersbank.com.ph
2.
                         314 Sen GilPuyat Ave.             Product Mgt &       tel: 813-7082 / 884-7600 loc 7644
                         Makati City                      Marketing Dept.
                         1) Living Streams Fellowship
                         International                    1) Head Pastor
                         17th Flr., Centerpoint Bldg.     2) National          Tel: 631-2204
                         Julia Vargas Ave., Pasig City      Chairman                718-0530
        Bishop Alex
3.                       2) CCW Tri Media                 3)Chairman           Fax: 718-3775
           Zonio
                         3)Touchline News                 4) Radio             Mobile: 0919-789-6420
                         4)Police Hour on the Air         Producer/
                           (DZXQ)                         Anchorman
                         5) Tinig ng Maralita             5) Publisher
                         Good Shepherd Fin’l. Center      Officer              arlene_edades@yahoo.com
4.    Arlene Edades      Proj. 6., QC                                          tel: 453-6523
                                                                               mobile: 0927-847-6873
                         U.P. ISSI                                             enelra202001@yahoo.com
      Arlene Eleanor     Room 404 UP-ISSI                 UES                  aeliberal@up.edu.ph
5.
         E. Liberal                                                            tel: 928-7076 to 79
                                                                               telefax: 920-6923
                         Advocate of Phil. Fair Trade     Manager              aastillero@apfti.org.ph
                         (APFTI)                                               www.apfti.org.ph
6.     Arnel Astillero
                         47-A Road d.2                                         tel: 425-1230
                          Project 6, Q.C                                       mobile: 0917-505-9461
                         TSPI Development Corp.           Consultant           bmrodriguez@tspi.org.
         Basilio M.      2370 Antipolo St.,               (Social & Business   www.tspi.org
7.     Rodriguez, Jr.    Guadalupe Nuevo                  Dev. Services)       tel: 751-3638 to 41 loc 123
                         Makati City                                           fax: 882-3953 / 882-1828
                                                                               mobile: 0917-559-3290
                         CSRSME Asia                      Chairman             benqjr117@yahoo.com
                         Penthouse, ACE Bldg. Dela                             mobile: 0921-660-2255
           Ben           Rosa cor. Rada, Legaspi Vill.,
8.
       Quiñones,Jr.      Makati City
                         On Eagles Wings Foundation       Philippine
                                                          Representative
                         Thesauros It Consultants, Inc    General              lb_jose@yahoo.com
                         Rm 405 FORC Bldg.                Manager/             tel: 722-1016 /721-7032/ 727-2671
9.      Bheng Jose
                         N. Domingo St.,                  Vice President       mobile: 0917-807-5240
                          San Juan, MM
                         UPLift Philippines               Managing             cecile.guilbault@uplift.org.ph
10.   Cecile Guilbault    APV Bldg.,                      Director             mobile: 0927-711-0710
                         Mabini St., Caloocan City
                         Advocate of Phil. Fair Trade,    Project              cbaldo@apfti.org.ph
                         Inc. (APFTI)                     Dev’t Associate      www.apfti.org.ph
11.   Charisse Baldo
                         47-A Road 2                                           tel: 454-4744 / 425-1230 to 31
                          Project 6, Q.C                                       mobile: 0917-505-9478
                         C&J Promotions (Phils. Inc.)     President            cjphils@pacific.net.ph
        Cherina V.       174 Rivera St., Baesa, Sta.                           tel: 330-481- /361-6197
12.
         Chacko          Quieria, Cal. City                                    fax: 330-4812
                         JOHN CHACKO HOLDINGS
                          SDN BHD
                          20 Jalan Desa Aman 11,         Group                http://www.johnchacko.com.my
                          Taman Desa Aman, Cheras,       Exec. Director       tel: (603) 9130-7122 / 9132-89133
                          56100 Kuala Lumpur, Mal.                            fax: (603) 9131-8376 / 9132-9133
                          Federation of People’s                              coopfed@yahoo.com
                          Sustainable Development        Manager              tetayplantilla@yahoo.com
13.   Christie Rowena     Cooperative (FPSDC)                                 www.fpsdc.com
      “Tetay” Plantilla   Rm 709 Future Point Plaza                           tel: 376-4942
                          112 Panay Avenue, QC                                Telefax: 410-4380
                          Asia Fair Trade Forum (AFTF)   Chariman             theforum@apfti.org.ph
14.    Claribel David     47-A Road d.2                                       tel: 425-1230 to 31
                           Proj.6 Q.C
                          Real Estate Coffee Club        President            cornisnav@yahoo.com
15.    Cora Navarra
                          Foundation, Inc.(RECC)                              mobile: 0916-468-7734
                          Armadillo Holdings, Inc.       Asst.Corp.           danny_d@armadillo.ph
                          2650 A. Bonifacio St.          Secretary            tel: 889-3935 loc 7214
16.     Danilo Diaz       Bangkal, Makati                                     mobile: 0917 – 890-7769

                          Marketplace Christian Coop.    Coop Chairman
                          Armadillo Holdings /           Vice President/      deng_s@armadillo.ph
                          TITANIUM                       Board member         tel: 844-6617 /889-3935 / 889-
                          2650 Bonifacio , Bankal,                            3920
17.   Delfin M. Sigua
                          Makati                                               to 27 loc. 450
                                                                              fax: 889-3939
                                                                              Mobile: 0917-891-2774
                                                                              e-mail:
18.   Donnie Fabian       PRULIFE                        Manager              tel: 937-8702
                                                                              mobile:
                          Alter Trade                                         earlqp@hotwaikualtitude.com.p
19.     Earl Parreño      U.A Lily St., Bato Subd. ,                          h
                          Bacolod City                                        mobile: 0919-341-6378
                          Intercessors for the Phils.    Vice-                edpdeguzman@gmail.com
          Ed P. de
20.                       (IFP)/ Sagip Bansa             Chairman             qcdventures@gmail.com
          Guzman
                                                                              mobile: 0917-811-1823
                          MicroFinance Council of the    Executive Director   ed.garcia@microfinancecouncil.org
                          Phils (MCPI)                                        microfi@pworld.net.ph
                          Unit 1909 Jollibee Plaza                            tel: 631-6184 / 631-5920
21.      Ed Garcia                                                            Telefax : (632) 631-5920
                          Condominium
                          Emerald Ave., Ortigas
                          Center, 1605 Pasig City
                          Tekton BDO                     Business Dev’t       eramos@observatory.ph
         Emmanuel
22.                       Rm 102 UP-ISSI Bldg.           Manager              www.tekton.ph
          Ramos
                          UP Campus, Diliman, QC
                          Entrepreneurs Du Monte         Executive            frank.renaudin@entrepreneursdu
                          29 Ladmisault                  Director             monde.org
23.   Frank Renaudin
                          8600 Poitias
                          France
                          Insol Devt Foundation          President            www.insolfoundation.org
24.    Gavin Bunker       36-A Main Avenue                                    insoltraining@i-manila.com.ph
                          Cubao, QC                                           tel: 912-0644 / 911-2067
      Gert Wiggelink-     Woord en Daad                  Head, SMED           g.wiggelinkhuijsen@woordendaad.n
25.                                                                           l
          huijsen         The Netherlands
                          Tropical Asia Omniventure      Manager              gilmode97@yahoo.com
                          Inc.                                                tropicalasia@gmail.com
26.      Gil Molina
                          288 B Rizal Ave.,                                   tel: 658-0417
                          Taytay Rizal                                        mobile: 0927-386-7186
                          J & G Acctg. Mktg. Services    Proprietress         jgacmar@yahoo.com
27.   Grace Sibanico
                          19V Angeles St., Brgy.                              mobile: 0917-847-6245

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                       Ihabayanan, San Juan, M/M
                       Advocates for Servant              Member               advocatesforservantleadership@
                       Leadership (ASL)                                            gmail.com
28.   Greg Ortega      Unit 304 Xanland Place                                  wwwasleadership.org
                       Condominium                                             tel: 926-0491/ 709-0014
                       323 Katipunan Ace., Loyola                              mobile: 0919-498-1324
                       VEDCOR – Ventures & Entre.         Admin. / Finance     because710@yahoo.com
        Hilda N.       Devt’t. Ctr. In the Orient, Inc.   officer              tel: 453-4552
29.
      Panganiban       #57 Diamond St., Northview,                             mobile: 0921-491-2470
                       Batasan Hills, Q.C
                       Impok Bayan Association            Chairman             jimmy_ph2003@yahoo.com
                       (IBA)                                                   tel: 373-4199
30.   Jaime Ching
                       Rm 300, P.B Dionisio Bldg.,                             mobile: 0920-402-6438
                       27 Roces Ave., QC
                       Armadillo Holdings, Inc.           Operations           jabiel24@yahoo.com
                       2650 A. Bonifacio , Bangkal,       Manager              tel: 844-6617 /889-3935 / 889-
                       Makati / CDO Pasay                                      3920
31.   James Lusing
                                                                                 to 27 loc. 450
                                                                               fax: 889-3939

                       Bayanihang Pilipino, Inc.          Executive Director   jmobernardo@yahoo.com
                       Unit 304 Xanland Place                                  bayanihangpilipino@gmail.com
      Jeanne Marie
32.                    Condominium                                             telefax: 926-0491
       O. Bernardo
                       323 Katipunan Ace., Loyola                              mobile: 0917-532-6632
                       Heights, QC
                       Insol Devt Foundation              Writer/              www.insolfoundation.org
      Jeanette Laila   36-A Main Avenue                   researcher           rappah@rocket.mail.com?
33.
                       Cubao, QC                                               tel: 912-0644 / 911-2067
                                                                               mobile: 0906-514-1960
                       Advocate for Servant               Trustee              advocatesforservantleadership@
                       Leadership (ASL)                                            gmail.com
       Bishop Jess
34.                    Unit 304 Xanland Place                                  wwwasleadership.org
         Peñoso
                       Condominium                                             tel: 926-0491/ 709-0014
                       323 Katipunan Ace., Loyola                              mobile: 0917-999-1562
                       Philippine Fruit & Vegetable       Manager,             philfruits@pldtdsl.net
         Nathaniel     Industries, Inc. (PHILFRUITS)      Operations &         tel: 929-3605 / 929-2582
35.
      “Jing” Campo     7F Triumph Bldg.,                  Planning
                       1610 Quezon Ave., QC
                       ITHIEL Corp. (SUKI Mrkt.)          Property             joey_m@suki.com.ph
        Joey C.        Brgy. Nueva, Nat’l Hi-Way,         Operations           tel: 847-5117
36.
        Marquez        San Pedro, Laguna                  Manager              fax: 847-6395
                                                                               mobile: 0917-891-5550
                       Armadillo Holdings, Inc.                                joelapura@yahoo.com
                       2650 A. Bonifacio St.                                   tel : 844-6617 /889-3935 / 889-
37.   Joel A. Apura    Bangkal, Makati, City                                   3920
                                                                                     to 27 loc. 450
                                                                               fax : 889-3939
                       VEDCOR – Ventures & Entre.         Youth                joe_vedcor@yahoo.com
                       Devt’t. Ctr. In the Orient, Inc.   Coordinator          mobile: 0921-232-2454
38.   Joel Marcaida
                       #57 Diamond St., Northview,
                       Batasan Hills, Q.C
                       Armadillo Holdings, Inc.           Market               joey_b@suki.com.ph
        Joey V.        2650 A. Bonifacio St.              Development          tel: 740-8768 / 740-8680 / 731-
39.
       Bernardino      Bangkal, Makati                    Manager              1912

                       INSOL Devt. Foundation             Business             insoladmin@pldtdsl.net
40.    Jojo Belen      36-A Main Avenue                   Manager              tel: 912-0644
                       Cubao, QC                                               mobile: 0916-938-3727

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                        VEDCOR                           Managing            jojopadilla@yahoo.com
41.     Jojo Padilla    453 Calbayog St.,                Director            mobile: 0917-821-5590
                        Mandaluyong
                        Advocate for Servant             Trustee             jnollido@yahoo.com
                        Leadership (ASL)                                     advocatesforservantleadership@
                        Unit 304 Xanland Place                                   gmail.com
42.   Jonard Nollido
                        Condominium                                          wwwasleadership.org
                        323 Katipunan Ace., Loyola                           tel: 926-0491/ 709-0014
                                                                             mobile: 0916-500-9377
                        Ministry to the Marketplace,     Pastor              junsibanico_77@yahoo.com
43.    Jun Sibanico
                        San Juan city                                        mobile: 0917-886-5636
                        Ahon sa Hirap, Inc. (ASHI)       Auditor             louislaudencia@yahoo.com
44.   Louis Laudencia       76 8th Ave., Cubao                               tel: 926-2102
                            Quezon City                                      mobile: 0906-368-9771
                        OTI Consulting                   Senior Manager      mabel_apostol@oticonsulting.co
                        Penthouse, ACE Bldg. Dela                            m
                        Rosa cor. Rada, Legaspi Vill.,                       www.oticonsulting.com
45.   Mabel Apostol
                        Makati City                                          tel: 888-4490 to 91
                                                                             fax: 888-4492
                                                                             mobile: 0917-835-1119
                        Armadillo Holdings, Inc.         Human               mai_b@armadillo.ph
         Maida S.
46.                     2650 A. Bonifacio St.            Resource            tel: 889-3935 to 40 loc. 7374
          Briones
                        Bangkal, Makati, City.           Supervisor
                        Suki Market (Ithiel Corp.)       General             manny_s@suki.com.ph
         Manuel L.      Armadillo Holdings QC            Manager             tel: 740-8768 / 740-8680 / 731-
47.
          Santos        Mayon St., cor. Roxas,                               1912
                         Sta. Teresita
                        Kasagana –Ka                     President & Board   mean@pacific.net.ph
       Ma. Anna de      Dev. Center, Inc.                Chairman            telefax: (632) 931-4335
48.
       Rosas-Ignacio    9 Don Rafael St., Don Enrique
                        Heights, Holy Spirit, 1127 QC
                        Federation of People’s           Account Officer     coopfed@yahoo.com
       Ma. Hidelita     Sustainable Development                              tetayplantilla@yahoo.com
49.     “Haydee”        Cooperative (FPSDC)                                  www.fpsdc.com
         Sasaluya       Rm 709 Future Point Plaza 1                          tel: 376-4942
                        112 Panay Avenue, QC                                 telefax 410-4380
                        Impok Bayan Association          Board member        tel: 373-4199
        Ma. Theresa     (IBA)                                                mobile: 0927-876-1968
50.
          Ching         Rm 300, P.B Dionisio Bldg.,
                        27 Roces Ave., QC
                        Punla sa Tao Foundation          Knowledge           info@punla.org
                        Rm 301 Pako Bldg. Gen.           Officer-Research    zmprietos@punla.org
       Ma. Zyrene       Kuna cor. Pedro Gil St.                              www.punla.org
51.
      Marapo-Prietos    Paco, Manila?                                        tel: (049) 5366-794
                        3rd floor, Vega Ctr College,                         mobile: (+63) 9223771623
                        Los Baños, Laguna
                        Philippine Fruit & Vegetable     Business            philfruits_06@yahoo.com
       Marie Flor M.
                        Industries, Inc. (PHILFRUITS)    Development         philfruits@pldtdsl.net
        Opulencia
52.                     7F Triumph Bldg.,                Officer             tel: 929-3605 / 929-3821
                        1610 Quezon Ave., QC                                 telefax: 929-2582
                                                                             mobile: 0920-958-0013
                        Asian Fair Trade Forum (AFTF)    Program Officer     secretariat@asiaforum.ph
      Med Manzaral
53.                     47-A Road d.2                                        tel: 454-4744 / 425-1230 to 31
                         Proj.6 Q.C
      Melinda Vargas    Good Shepherd Fin’l. Center      Officer             tel: 641-0553
54.
                        Proj. 6., QC                                         mobile: 0916-327-6352
                        University of the Philippines    Professor           http://homepage.mac.com/mila.d.
55.   Mila D. Aguilar                                                        aguilar/mila.d.aguilar@mac.com
                        -Sagip Bansa

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                                                                                mobile: 0917-531-0349
                        Ahon Sa Hirap, Inc. (ASHI)         President            mmbunker@i-manila.com.ph
                        Inc./Microfinance Council of
56.     Mila Bunker
                        the Phil., Inc                                          tel: 913-2452
                        76 8th Ave., Cubao, QC                                  mobile: 0917-5228806
                                                           Member               mrvrealty@yahoo.com
        Monina R.
57.                     Real Estate Coffee Club                                 mobile: 0920-301-1654
        Valenzuela
                        Foundation, Inc. (RECC)
                        Armadillo Holdings Inc.            HR Manager           nelson_c@armadillo.ph
58.   Nelson Chavez     2650 A. Bonifacio                                       tel: 889-3935 to 40 loc 441
                        Bangkal, Makati
                        OTI Consulting Phil.               Managing             rsromero@oticonsulting.com
                                                           Director             www.oticonsulting.com
       Omy Romero       CSRSME Asia                        Vice-Chairman        mobile: 0918-919-9293
59.
                        Penthouse, ACE Bldg. Dela
                        Rosa cor. Rada, Legaspi Vill.,
                        Makati City
                        Quezon City                        Freelance            paul_casuga@yahoo.com
60.    Paul Casuga      11 Pines St., Tierra Evelina       Consultant           mobile: 0917-939-1372
                        Homes, Culiat, QC
                        VEDCOR – Ventures & Entre.         Board Member         orientalperl@yahoo.com
                        Devt’t. Ctr. In the Orient, Inc.                        mobile: 0917-824-2455
61.     Perli Padilla
                        #57 Diamond St., Northview,
                        Batasan Hills, Q.C
                        Phil. Facilitation Team of the     Coordinator          pcupino@hotmail.com
                        Charter for Human                                       www.charter-human- responsibilities. net
62.    Pinky Castelo    Responsibility                                          tel:435-2199
                        44 Mahusay St., UP Village                              mobile: 0922-816-0397
                        Diliman, QC
          Raike                                            USAID Consultant     raike_2002@yahoo.com
63.
        Quiñnones       8 Pines St., Tierra Evelina, QC                         mobile: 0920-820-3091
                        OTI Consulting / Asian Forum       Marketing &          www.oticonsulting.com
       Rinka Romero     Secretariat                        Cultural Night       tel: 888-4490 to 91
64.                     Penthouse, ACE Bldg. Dela          Coordinator          fax: 888-4492
                        Rosa cor. Rada, Legaspi Vill.,                          mobile: 0917-817-9293
                        Makati City OTI Consulting
                        Advocate of Phil. Fair Trade       Executive Director   ragustin@apfti.org.ph
      Rommel Agustin
                        (APFTI)                                                 tel: 425-1230
65.
                        47-A Road d.2                                           mobile: 0917– 505-9480
                         Project 6, Q.C
                        C &J Promotions Phils., Inc.       Secretary            r.vdelacruz@eyahoo.com
       Rowena Dela
66.                     Caloocan City                                           tel: 361-6197
          Cruz
                        Charter for Human                  Phil. Liaison        rzmartinez@yahoo.com
67.   Ruben Martinez
                        Responsibility/Otradev                                  mobile: 0915-702-1272
                        E-Best                             staff                letters@e-bestph.com
                        Rm 1203 Citiland MegaPlaza                              www.e-bestph.com
68.    Ruel P. Luna
                        ADB Ave corner Garnet                                   telefax: 638-4246
                        Road,Ortigas Center, Pasig                              mobile: 0919-2348925
                        U.P. ISSI                          Chairman,            dadosibayan@yahoo.com
                        Room 405 UP-ISSI                   Research &           salvador.sibayan@up.edu.ph
        Salvador I.
69.                                                        Extension Dept.      www.upd.edu.ph
         Sibayan
                                                                                tel: 928-7076 to 79
                                                                                telefax: 920-6923
                        Philippine Fruit & Vegetable       President            solbadoy@yahoo.com
      Solomon Badoy     Industries, Inc. (PHILFRUITS)                           philfruits@pldtdsl.net
70.
                        7F Triumph Bldg.,                                       tel: 929-3821 / 929-2582
                        1610 Quezon Ave., QC                                    mobile: 0917-885-1341

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                                                                                      0920-945-0064
                        Advocate for Phil. Fair Trade,   Finance Manager    trogel@apfti.org.ph
71.    Tess Rogel
                        Inc. (APFTI)                                        tel: 454-4744
                        E-Best                           President          letters@e-bestph.com
        Dr. Tito E.     Rm 1203 Citiland MegaPlaza                          www.e-bestph.com
72.
        Contado         ADB Ave corner Garnet                               telefax: 638-4246
                        Road,Ortigas Center, Pasig                          mobile: 0917-540-5721
                        Philippine Fruit & Vegetable     Public Relations   vas12673@yahoo.com
                        Industries, Inc. (PHILFRUITS)    Officer            philfruits@pldtdsl.net
      Vivien A. Silva
73.                     7F Triumph Bldg.,                                   tel: 929-3605
                        1610 Quezon Ave., QC                                telefax: 929-2582
                                                                            mobile: 0920-958-0014
                        OTI Consulting / Asian Forum     Project            yasmin_marquez@oticonsulting.
        Yasmin          Secretariat                      Coordinator        com
        Marquez         Penthouse, ACE Bldg. Dela                           www.oticonsulting.com
74.
                        Rosa cor. Rada, Legaspi Vill.,                      tel: 888-4490 to 91
                        Makati City OTI Consulting                          fax: 888-4492
                                                                            mobile: 0920-517-5523
                        OTI Consulting / Asian Forum     Marketing &        www.oticonsulting.com
                        Secretariat                      Cultural Night     tel: 888-4490 to 91
75.    Zach Sycip       Penthouse, ACE Bldg. Dela        Coordinator        fax: 888-4492
                        Rosa cor. Rada, Legaspi Vill.,
                        Makati City OTI Consulting




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