Culinary Social Responsibility

CSR PARTNERSHIP WITH OVP ANGAT BUHAY

CSR Partnership with OVP Angat Buhay Santa Maria, Romblon

CSR Partnership with OVP Angat Buhay Santa Maria, Romblon

Angat Buhay in Santa Maria, Romblon April 12, 2019Our culinary brands, Masflex (For the Love of Cooking) & Kitchenpro (The Culinary Standard) are actively engaged in Culinary Social Responsibility (CSR) projects that focus on Culinary Scholarships, Culinary...

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CSR Partnership with OVP Angat Buhay in Panglao, Bohol

CSR Partnership with OVP Angat Buhay in Panglao, Bohol

Angat Buhay in Panglao, Bohol August 30, 2018For the second part of our Culinary Social Responsibility (CSR) projects of Masflex (For the Love of Cooking) & Kitchenpro (The Culinary Standard) brands, we flew to Panglao, Bohol to donate kitchenware items and...

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CSR Partnership with OVP Angat Buhay in Mulanay, Quezon

CSR Partnership with OVP Angat Buhay in Mulanay, Quezon

Angat Buhay in Mulanay, Quezon Province February 28, 2018Masflex KitchenPro, the Culinary Standard started its 5th-anniversary celebration by donating cookware and kitchenware products to Bagupaye and Pakiing Senior High Schools’ Culinary Track from Mulanay, Quezon...

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CSR SCHOLARSHIP OF STUDENTS FROM OVP ANGAT BUHAY

What is the “Angat Buhay” Program of the Office of the Vice President (OVP)? 

Launched in October 2016, Angat Buhay is the contribution of the Office of Vice President Leni Robredo in the fight against poverty. The program aims to bring together the public and the private sectors organizations and individuals alike to address the needs of families in the farthest and the poorest communities in the country.

The OVP reaches out to these areas by working with partners in providing interventions and mobilizing support through six key advocacy areas: food security and nutrition, universal healthcare, public education, rural development, housing and resettlement, and women empowerment.

As there is no single way to solve poverty in a community, the OVP capacitates key sectors, including disaster-affected families, grassroot stakeholders, urban poor, women and the youth by empowering them through various modes of engagement.

Kick-off video of the Partnerships Against Poverty Summit 2016, which was held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City, on October 10, 2016.