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April 18, 2016

Thousand of students, youth volunteers take part in Habitat Young Leaders Build

Student volunteers cleaning one of the several schools in Manila involved in Habitat for Humanity Philippines’ Young Leaders Build. Photo c/o JM Lago/ HFHP

 Habitat for Humanity Philippines (HFHP) held its sixth Habitat Young Leaders Build (HYLB) in various public schools across Manila, gathering more than 2,000 youth. 

The annual HYLB campaign is celebrated in over 15 countries across the Asia-Pacific region and Americas to engage participants to “Play a part, Lead today and Share with friends”.

Hundreds of Students from Jose Abad Santos High School in Manila getting ready for Habitat for Humanity Philippines’ Young Leaders Build. Photo c/o Miggy Rupisan/ HFHP


“Schools are considered children’s second homes and are a vital part of a community as they help build and shape the minds of our young people,” Charlie Ayco, Managing Director and CEO of HFHP said. 

As HFHP’s largest annually celebrated event, the youth volunteers led the movement by cleaning their schools in preparation for the upcoming school year.

Habitat for Humanity Philippines’ Young Leaders Build organized thousands of students to clean and organize school facilities in Manila in preparation for the national elections and next school year. Photo c/o Miggy Rupisan/ HFHP

Empowered young student leaders took part in Habitat for Humanity Philippines’ Young Leaders Build in several schools in Manila. Photo c/o JM Lago/ HFHP

The event gave young people a venue to advocate for decent housing for less-fortunate Filipino families, as well as share their opinions, concerns and ideas on how government, the private sector, organizations and individuals can be more involved in building a better Philippines. 
Student volunteers from Manila organizing their school vicinity in Habitat Young Leaders Build for the upcoming national elections and next school year. Photo c/o Miggy Rupisan/ HFHP


“This activity empowered our youth to play a more active role in revitalizing their very own community, as well as building their nation,” Ayco finished.


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