FLAGSHIP PROJECTS

RCQPM Public Toilet

The club is maintaining a public toilet installed beside the government hall of Bgy 213 in Sta. Cruz, Manila. The project was built by the club 3 years ago to provide jeepney, taxi and tricycle drivers easy access to comfort rooms in times of need. The project is in partnership with Bgy 213 who manages its upkeep while the club provides for its maintenance expenses. This project also serves not only as a relief zone but as well as batch area for tricycle drivers before going on their trips.

Poso Mula sa Puso Project

The club has installed a deepwell water pump for the community of Purok Balete in Gerona, Tarlac. The pump now provides clean potable water for residents of this small farm community. Before the deepwell pump was dug and installed, the community gets their water supply from a shallow well which was believed to be the source of various water-borne diseases that struct mostly children and elderly. The project hopes to provide not only safe and clean water but as well as to prevent and protect the community against different kinds of illnesses they could get from unsafe sources of water.

Magkaibigan Tayo – Culture Understanding and Assimilation between Muslims and Non-Muslims Program

Recognizing the need to actively promote peace, understanding and unity between Muslims and Non-Muslim people of our country, this flagship project aims to make Muslim and Non-Muslim young professionals and college students understand each others’ culture differences and in the process hopefully make them instruments in promoting peace, unity and friendship and as a result, we will achieve lasting peace in our country. This is a continuing project of the club in partnership with UP Institute of Muslim studies, AFP Civilian-Military Affairs Office, OJ7 and AFPRBS. The project started with a pilot group composed of 30 mix of Muslims and Non-Muslim 30 young professionals selected from frontliners of AFP Financial Institutions and subjected to a 3- full days seminar workshop learning and understanding the Muslim culture and Christian Filipino culture. A second group was composed of 34 college students who were also subjected to the same learning sessions.