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What does The Philippine Bayanihan Society do?

The Philippine Bayanihan Society is a registered charity in Singapore that focuses on promoting skills upgrading among Filipino workers and strengthening socio-cultural ties between Filipinos and Singaporeans. They offer various short term courses, including computer training, nursing, business counseling, martial arts, and more. The society also hosts community events for overseas foreign workers and provides financial assistance to affiliated grassroots groups.




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  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2004
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Skills upgrading among Filipino workers: The society provides training programs in areas like computer skills, nursing, business counseling, legal secretariat, dressmaking, cooking, baking, cosmetology, aromatherapy, Swedish massage, and martial arts to enhance the professional capabilities of Filipino workers.
  • Enhancing socio-cultural ties: The society fosters better relationships between Filipinos and Singaporeans by organizing community events such as Christmas celebrations, Workers' Day, and Bayanihan Centre Anniversary Day. These activities promote cultural exchange and understanding among different communities in Singapore.
  • Supporting affiliated grassroots groups: The Philippine Bayanihan Society offers financial assistance and meeting spaces to various grassro