Typhoon Falcon cannot stop the meeting for the Vincentian Family Philippines Collaborative Project on Systemic Change – Tanauan (Adamson University, July 9, 2015)
Ana Maria P. Escano – CoM VMY, SC Tanauan Project Coordinator
Sr. Malou Baaco, DC – Daughters of Charity
Fr. Dario Pacheco, CM – Congregation of the Mission
Anita Casas – Ladies of Charity
May Pascual – Colegio de la Inmaculada Concepcion Cebu
Rodil Fadri – Adamson University
William Turnbull – Adamson University
Fr Gregg Banaga, Jr., CM, Pamela Mantuhac and Fr Nonong Fajardo, CM – SC Asia Pacific Coordinators
On January 8-11, the Vincentian Family Collaborative Action Program (VFCAP) for Asia Pacific was held at the Canossa House of Spirituality in Tagaytay City, Philippines. This was the first time that the VFCAP was held outside of Paris, France since its inception in 2013.
Forty six leaders represented the Vincentian Family branches and institutions from Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Bangladesh, South India, Vietnam and all over the Philippines.
Created by the Vincentian Family Collaboration Commission, the VFCAP responds to the need for more innovative ways to engage the branches of the Vincentian Family and encourage them to work together on global, regional, and local levels to transform the lives of those living in poverty.
Tags: Asia-Pacific, Mantuhac, Philippines, Systemic change, systemic change stories, Vietnam, Vincentian Family Collaborative Action Program (VFCAP)