With eight candidates This week, the services of the project Por Una Vida Digna Adolescentes Embarazadas de ARCORES Dominicana (For a Dignified Life for Pregnant Adolescents of ARCORES Dominicana) will begin in San Cristobal with eight candidates. This was confirmed by Dr. Sandra Solano, director of the program, on Friday, March 18, during the meeting
Agreement for ambulances Story & Photos By Georgene Quilaton-Tambiga Detente y Ayuda (DYA) Filipinas, Inc., one of organizations that ARCORES International supports, is now in partnership with the 701st Ready Reserve Infantry Battalion (RRIBN) of the Reserve Command of the Philippine Army in executing ambulance operations in Cebu City and the rest of Metro Cebu.
ARCORES was a fruit of the 55th General Chapter During the month of March, the 56th General Chapter of the Augustinian Recollect Order is taking place in Rome, and ARCORES is sending its support to the capitulars with messages to show the closeness of the Augustinian Recollect Solidarity Network. ARCORES International has recalled that the
On the occasion of the V World Day of the Poor, which is celebrated on November 14th, Pope Francis in his message warns us about the individualism that generates poverty and about selfishness, the cause of poverty: “What path of justice must be followed so that social inequalities can be overcome and human dignity, so
On November 7, Friar Miguel Angel Hernandez, Prior of the Province of St. Thomas of Villanova of the Order of Augustinian Recollects, visited one of the projects currently being implemented by ARCORES Peru. It is a project to provide drinking water for the communities of Pingobamba and Chulit Bajo. The project is being carried out
USJ-R Balamban, ForSOAR de Cebu and ARCORES International launch ‘Gugma ni San Jose’ (‘Love of St. Joseph’), a community pantry initiative of University of San Jose – Recoletos Balamban, ForSOAR de Cebu and ARCORES International. It was successfully launched last June 26, 2021. As ‘Gugma ni San Jose’ brings the spirit of the Year of
Anchored on the principle of “Kuha sa Kinahanglan, Hatag sa Masarangan” (“Take what you need, Share what you can give”), just this week, an individual started a people’s initiative called “Community Pantry”, a food cart or table with canned goods, vegetables, rice packs, etc. mounted along the streets where people can just get on what