Project Philippines 2018

Mental Health Awareness Cebu, Philippines July 22-August 4, 2018 Project Philippines 2018: Mental Health Awareness aims to build and nurture both knowledge capacity and project implementation skills among youths to be the agents to further raising awareness in their school or community. This project is the brainchild of individuals who Read more…

Project Philippines 2013 (Leyte)

SEALNET PROJECT PHILIPPINES 2013 (LEYTE) Palo, Leyte, Philippines​ August 8th – 22nd, 2013 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Project Philippines 2013 aims to build on the foundation of Project Philippines 2012 – Leyte by helping the Filipino youth develop an appreciation of the scientific traits of inquiry, problem-solving, and most importantly a ‘can Read more…

Project Philippines 2013 (Cebu)

SEALNET PROJECT PHILIPPINES CEBU 2013 Time:  Sunday, June 23 to Thursday, July 11, 2013 Location: Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY  One of the most pressing issues in the Philippines is the correlation between poverty and the increasing educational dropout rate. Statistics from the Department of Education (DepEd) show Read more…

Project Philippines 2012 (Leyte)

SEALNet Project Philippines 2012 (Leyte) When: Saturday August 18, 2012 – Friday August 31, 2012 Location: Leyte Province, Philippines Email:  pp12-leyte [at] sealnetonline.org Project Leaders: Angela Park, Francis Plaza Project Blog: pp12leyte.tumblr.com Executive Summary Through hands-on science and engineering education, Project Philippines 2012 aims to help the Filipino youth develop appreciation of the Read more…

Project Philippines 2012 (Cebu)

Project Philippines 2012 (Cebu) When: August 5 – August 23, 2012 Location: Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines Email: pp12-cebu [at] sealnetonline.org Project Leaders: Xun Luo, Ross Pineda Project Blog: projectphilippines.sealnetonline.org/blog Executive Summary Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading cause of death in the world today. In 2008, the World Health Organization Read more…

Project Philippines 2011

SEALNet Project Philippines 2011 Empowering Filipinos to take ownership of their health When: Sunday August 14, 2011 – Sunday September 4, 2011 Location: Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines Email: pp11_info [at] sealnetonline.org Project Leaders: Anton Lorenzo Avanceña, Janet Arena Rojina, Jenssy Crystal Rojina, Michelle Chew Executive Summary Chronic diseases, such as diabetes and hypertension, are Read more…

Project Philippines 2010

Project Philippines 2010 When: August 18, 2010 – September 4, 2010 Location: Cebu City, Philippines Executive Summary One of the biggest problem currently facing Cebu, Philippines is the lack of waste management system. Cebu has neither an efficient trash collecting system nor a trash separation system. The lack of sanitation Read more…

Project Philippines 2009

Issue: Gastrointestinal Parasites Dates: August 23, 2009 – September 6, 2009 Local Partners: University of Philippines National Institute of Health Share-a-Child Project Co-Leaders: Noelle Pineda, Stanford ’10 Janet Rojina, Santa Clara ’11 Location: Cebu, Philippines Summary Project Philippines 2009 (PP09) worked with the Philippines National Institutes of Health, University of Read more…

Project Philippines 2008

Project Philippines 2008 When: Sunday 24 August 2008 – Saturday 6 September 2008 Location: Cebu, Philippines Project Blog: http://projectphilippines08.wordpress.com/ Project Leaders: Andrew Plan: aplan ‘at’ stanford.edu Lorra de la Paz: ldelapaz ‘at’ stanford.edu Problem Gastrointestinal parasites are a neglected health problem despite their prevalence, affecting 7 out of every 10 children Read more…

Project Philippines 2007

Project Philippines 2007 When: Monday 18 June 2007 – Friday 29 June 2007 Where: Cebu, Philippines Project Blog: http://projectphilippines.wordpress.com/ Project Leaders: Ryan Torres Art Tosborvorn Contact: pp07-leaders [at] sealnetonline.org Problems Gastrointestinal Parasite (GIP) is one of the most prevalent yet neglected problems in the Philippines. As a result, children’s education Read more…