ASA T. MADALE January 18, 2019 Mr. Kamrul Hasan Tarafder (2nd left) Pres/CEO of ASA Philippines Foundation, and MSU System Pres H.W. Macaayong (3rd left) sign a MOA recently in Pasig while MSUs Sec Board of Regents Aragasi Usman (standing back) & other Officials look on. MARAWI CITY, Lanao del Sur: Geared towards becoming a national… Read More MSU, ASA Philippines ink accord to conduct training to faculty handling peace education
Message of Mr. Jonas S. Soriano, Cabinet assistant secretary and deputy executive director for performance and project management, during the turnover ceremony of the 74 sanitary toilets donated by ASA Philippines Foundation, Inc. to Barangay Cabasaran, Marawi City Saturday, Septembeer 29, 2018. – RSP
Message of Mr. Eric Albert I. Gutuaco, ASA Philippines board member, during the turnover ceremony of 74 sanitary toilets which the foundation has donated to rural folks in Barangay Cabasaran, Marawi City on Saturday, September 29, 2018. – RSP Message of Mr. Eric Albert I. Gutuaco, ASA Philippines board member, during the turnover ceremony of… Read More Mr. Eric Albert I. Gutuaco, member of the board of ASA Philippines Foundation, Inc.
MARAWI CITY: The National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) expressed gratitude to the ASA Philippines Foundation, Inc. in its program for the benefits of the Muslim Filipinos apparently referring to the sanitary toilets it turned over to the constituents of Barangay Cabasaran, this city, and to other Muslim localities in the country. Representing NCMF, Ms. Yasmin… Read More NCMF thanks ASA Philippines for its assistance to Marawi village folks
ASA Philippines Foundation president Mr. Kamrul H. Tarafder, left, and Barangay Cabasaran chairwoman Almaisah D. Awar, lead the ceremonial ribbon cutting for the turnover of 74 sanitary toilets to Barangay Cabasaran as Ambassador Asad Alas Siam, other ASA officials and local officials look on. RSP photo by RSOY. MARAWI CITY: The ASA Philippines Foundation, Inc. through… Read More ASA Philippines donates 74 sanitary toilets to Marawi village beneficiaries