In Tagalog o Filipino when you use ‘ang’ that is to exaggerate something while using “ng’ is just stating a simple sentence. Few examples in this video can explain the confusion . The sentences have clear pattern so you can also construct your own sentences following it.
Granny ilang as she is called is over 80year old lives in this shanty with her husband, both have no source of income . She has been receiving a month support of food and few clothing. I wish I can support their food and milk as they can hardly move. they are childless and no one is around to take care of them when ever they get sick. It is my great desire to revisit her before end this October to bring her some food and will arrange a weekly food supply for them both.
Nash is in his grade school now , with the scarcity of food and other essentials needs, he is sickly and very thin. He is one of the individual kids who are receiving aids through ELAIC. He needs a regular support for food and vitamins on top of the school needs like shoes, raincoats, papers etc.
It was a project that never been materials since the Canadian visitor took videos of these people and ensured them that he will collect donations for them.It was me who lost face in the people in my village. I wanted to meet them again for a livelihood project and for the educational program. Mostly of them are elementary level education but can do things which can support their family. This is a group of people I originally support but I dont have enough resources for now as my mother has been under medication and my father is dependent on me. I hope you can help them and surely you can give smiles in their faces. Any amount you can give is a life supporting to them and will be greatly thankful for that.
They are from the farthest island near Boracay,. Their means of livelihood is harvesting seaweeds. I wanted to send them trainers for other skills which they can be of great use s their island is very rich in naturals to make fantastic home decors and many crafts to sell in the city to support their family.
Out of the generosity of few students and a support from a foundation , I was able to send kids school needs plus raincoats for 4 day care centers. Few months away and its Christmas again. I wanted to revisit them for early Christmas gift. I hope you can support this project.
All the years, ELAIC has been reaching out people in various needs. Recently, we have a new adopted, a 61 year old , handicap with both no arms but able to do translations and teaching job. We found out that Chit has a cataract and needs operation.
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