2017: Multipurpose center

 

This important project aimed to create a Multipurpose Center in the Philippines was born, as a result of the moving journey of the President of Culture Ticino Association, Margherita Maffeis, held at the beginning of 2017. It was a journey full of emotions that allowed us to discover a reality of a world far from us. Moreover, we took the first contact with the Chamber of Commerce of Bulacan, a district in the region of Luzon in the Philippines, with about 3 millions inhabitants. During the journey we met many local authorities as the Deputy Major of Paombong and Maria Lota Gonzales Martin, foundress of Coppa Association (Children of Paombong Philippines Association), with which we created a collaboration and she will be our partner in this project.

 

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within the story of the journey in the Philippines!

 

 

 

Update December 2017

From the 17th to the 23rd of November 2017 Maria Lota Gonzales, foundress of Children of Paombong Philippines Association, and Cristina Gonzales, Deputy Mayor of Paombong, have been visiting us in Switzerland in occasion for our seventh edition of World Forum for Peace. During their visit we have met with the architect that will help us in building our Multipurpose Center. Since December 2017 he has been doing site inspection for the land we will be using to build the Multipurpose Center. Furthermore, our President Margherita Maffeis, for the month of January 2018, will be in the Philippines to help developing the project.

 

 

 

 

 

 


The new project of 2017 is the creation of a Multipurpose Center in the Philippines, in which provide with food, medical exams and cultural-artistic moment for needy children.

Reasons of the project:

  • Administrative functions;
  • Feeding programs;
  • Educational programs;
  • Maintenance programs;
  • Programs and projects for the culture for peace;
  • Sostenibility programs.

 

Example of a 3D construction

Picture of December 2017 site inspection