3 Important Events in 2014

3 Important Events in 2014

1. In July 2014, FAMCOHSEF was chosen by the Philippine Star in #28StoriesOfGiving, a campaign that turned the spotlight on 28 inspiring stories of people and organizations who devote their lives to helping themselves or others. FAMCOHSEF’s story, written by Camille Diola, is entitled “Teaching a Handful to Make Thousands Better”


FAMCOHSEF President Roseanne (Nannie) Gonzalez and Philippine Star writer Camille Diola

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On August 30,2014, Nannie Gonzalez with Yolanda Guevarra, a graduate of FAMCOHSEF’s Nutrition and Care of children and the Elderly Program receive the prize from Philippine Star’s officers.

2. Presentation in Madrid on September 25,2014

FAMCOHSEF was invited to present its health training programs during the International Meeting Alvaro del Portillo 40
Social Initiatives against Poverty (40 Iniciativas Contra la Pobreza – Encuentro Internacional Alvaro del Portillo) in Madrid on the occasion of the Beatification of Bishop Alvaro.

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FAMCOHSEF President Roseanne (Nannie) Gonzalez with Frankie Gikandi, Directress of Kimlea Girls’ Technical Training Center in Kenya exchanging views at the Madrid conference.

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FAMCOHSEF President Roseanne (Nannie) Gonzalez with Dr. Celine Tendobi, Specialist Medical Centre Hospitalier Monkole Republic of Congo and Ebele Okoye of Nigeria



Discussions on Health with FAMCOHSEF presenting.

3. In October 10,2014, Graduation of 44 trainees who successfully completed the 5-month course on Care of the Elderly Batch No. 2 trainees


A group picture of the 44 graduates, 8 mentors and Fr. Lambert Legaspino posing after the Thanksgiving Mass at the Rizal Village Chapel – Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage


Happy graduates of the Care of the Elderly Program Batch No. 2 lining up for their graduation march.


FAMCOHSEF President Roseanne (Nannie) Gonzalez, former Commissioner of Customs Ruffy B. Biazon, Mayor Jaime R. Fresnedi and boy mayor John Mark Collin Muta awarding the graduation certificate to Ofelia J. Carlos


Awardee Rufina Nuyda giving an inspirational talk


Graduates singing their Graduation song