The Personal Social Responsibility Commitment (PSRC) by the Benita & Catalino Yap Foundation, which promotes making CSR a lifestyle, echoes TDA’s own values. Click to read the Commitment in its entirety.
If you’re looking for healthy food supplements and warm drinks, look no further than Kayumanggi Organics, from the Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm. Produced in the Philippines the responsible way, it promotes healthy and delicious yet affordable living with its flagship coconut sugar, as well as other coconut, cacao, and ginger products.
Want to learn about climate change in a fun and social way? Look no further: Resilience: Survive and Thrive is a new board game developed with government funding that teaches about the consequences of development on the environment, and how we can prevent negative damage and foster positive, integral growth instead.
The human body has – and even is – its own natural healing system, something that Western medicine takes for granted. This is ultimately rooted in amino acids, of which we need 20 different kinds to stay healthy. Amino acids are best found in food. Stay healthy therefore by eating a balanced diet and eating rightly!
This word is important for us for two reasons: one because of what we eat, and another because of how we grow. This week’s Word is “organic”.
Symbiotic Relationships: A Haiku.
Haste: A Haiku.