A Call to Action from the Youth

Banco Filipino is one of the most active corporate supporters of the Coastal Resource Management Project’s social mobilization and public information and awareness campagn for the ocean. Last February 15, as its contribution to the successful launching of the International Year of the Ocean 1998 in Cebu, Banco Filipino sponsored a "Save the Ocean On-the-Spot Painting Contest" among the young members of its Happy Savers Club, an organization formed and promoted by the bank as a way to develop in the Filipino youth the habit of saving. This collection features the top 15 winners of the contest.


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  1st Prize
Josephus Yu Taboada, Jr.
Cebu City National Science High School
Age: 14


2nd Prize
Amormio N. Dichos
Zapatera Elementary School
Age: 12
 

  3rd Prize
Alex L. Yap
University of San Jose - Recoletos
Age: 14


4th Prize
Ivan Cliff I. Gabumpa
Guadalupe Elementary School
Age: 13
 

  5th Prize
Richard R. Ripdos
Guadalupe Elementary School
Age: 13

 


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Christian Allan D. Brunio
Cebu City National Science High School
Age: 13



Angeli D. Enoveso
St. Joseph’s Academy
Age: 14
 

 
Melben R. Garcia
Cebu City National Science High School
Age: 14



Godfrey C. Gorre
Guadalupe Elementary School
Age: 12
 

 
Rey Emmanuel Lapingcao
Cebu City National Science High School
Age: 14



Ryan A. Manugas
University of San Carlos South Grade School Age: 12
 

 
Jean Marquesto
Iligan National High School



Jan Marie Bernadette Ocampo Zapatera Elementary School
Age: 12
 

 
Mai Kela Rose Trias Roque
St Benedict’s Child Education Centre
Age: 11



Angeli H. Yosores
St. Joseph’s Academy
Age: 14
 





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