Current Service and Advocacy Projects

  • Medical and Dental – assisted together with 3 dentists, 6 doctors – pulmonologists, dermatologists, internal medical doctors with ambulatory x-ray of patients and blood chemistry of CBC assisted 300 patients.
  • Continuing Medical-Dental clinics.
  • Advocacy Fair in Celebration of the “National Consciousness Day of Violence Against Women and Children in November.

Zonta Club of Pasig Inc together with Diwa Party List headed by Cong. Emmeline Aglipay-Villar and President Sol Tan-Gatue, held an Advocacy Fair event on November 28, 2016 at Vista Mall Taguig with the theme “VAW-Free Community Starts with Me”. The main objective of this event is to increase awareness on VAWC.

  • Participates in drive against Human Trafficking as a partner of Visayan Forum.
  • A day of hope with the survivors of Human Trafficking.
  • Christmas Party with the survivors of Human Trafficking.

 

Past Service and Advocacy Projects Conducted

  • Thru our drive against Human Trafficking “i-fight” with our Z Club members of Rizal and Eusebio High Schools, an educational awareness instrument resulting in the creation of young fighters solidarity movement, July 2013 till present.
  • Participated in the drive against Human Trafficking “CNN Freedom Project” as a partner of Visayan Forum, June 2013.
  • Resilience program for unwed mothers and pregnant teens who were victims of rape and abandonment in cooperation with the Center for Family Ministry at the Nazareth Home for a period of three months thru Repro’s psycho spiritual approach healing who realized there are people who love them and whom they can trust and discover their true worth.
  • Resilience Program for Unwed Mothers in cooperation with REPRO. The project provided 18 weeks of counseling for abused, unwanted and victimized mothers and girls for them to cope with their misfortune and develop competence essential to their social adaptation.
  • Meeting of Zonta Pasig members with speaker from Center for Family Ministries (CEFAM) in preparation for REPRO program that helps rescued street children (and other disadvantaged youth) to discover, identify and build resilience traits that will empower them to triumph over their adversities.
  • Health Program – thru Medical/Dental mission to 200 women and children of the community at the Pasig grounds of Rizal High School;
  • Feeding Program for 300 children of Sta. Rosa de Lima Parish in Pasig City with values formation lectures to the mothers for a period of 5 months since December 2012 to April 2013 in cooperation with Caritas Manila.
  • “Isulong ang Pangkabuhayan ng Kababaihan” in partnership with the Pasig City Livelihood Center, which gave the women participants form Barangay Ugong a 5-day training in cosmetology, massage skills and cooking of “Native Kakanin” and snack food for sale.
  • Donation of set of encyclopedia to Z Club of Rizal High School on November 10, 2012.
  • Livelihood training at Sta. Rosa de Lima Church to 100 women;
  • Conducted a Feeding Program in Barangay Ilog, Pasig City and a Medical Dental Mission at Rizal High School, Pasig City;
  • Brought relief goods to victims of flood and fire calamities;
  • Adopt a class at Rizal High School;
  • Som-ing of New Club
    • Zonta Club of Greater Rizal
    • Zonta Club of Metropolitan Pasig
    • Zonta Club of Urban Manila
    • Zonta Club of Tacloban
    • Zonta Club of Eusebio High School
    • Z Club Rizal High School

 

  • Adoption Pediatric Ward of Rizal Medical Center;
  • Celebration of Zonta Week in Pasig thru clean and green day involvement of Z Club of Rizal High School;
  • Scholarship program, supplementing feeding;
  • Health projects – free x-rays for 1,500 students of Rizal High School;
  • Free testing for impaired hearing and donations of hearing aids to 300 cases of impaired hearing;
  • Launching of Feeding program and launching of “Malusog na Buntis, Malusog na Sanggol”;
  • 5 Z Clubs organized – Kapitolyo, Rosario, Manggahan, Pinagbuhatan;
  • Scholarship graduates of 148 Women in reflexology and therapeutic massages;
  • “Alay kay Nanay” provided clothes and food to 100 mothers of poor Barangay;
  • 400 birthing kits distributed to pregnant mothers;
  • 2,000 copies of komiks of campaign on domestic Violence against women.