Cuenca cites ANCOP programs for the poor in the Philippines
By Dindo Orbeso
June 1, 2016
TORONTO, Ontario, Canada - Ricky Cuenca, chief excutive officer and president of ANCOP in Canada cited the programs and projects directly benefiting the poor families in the Philippines through the gift of education and homes (shelter) including sustainability by supporting the community affected by natural calamities.
Interviewed by Jojo Taduran over the Kapatiran sa Kaunlaran radio program over www.pinoyradio.com Cuenca called on Filipino organizations and individuals in Canada to support ANCOP which stands for the "Cry of the Poor."
Some few weeks ago, ANCOP launched ANCOP WALK, a global yearly event which is the start of soliciting funds for its; shelter, child sponsorship, and humanitariannrelief programs.
Cuenca reported to the public of no less than 400 houses were turned over to victims of Typhoon Yolanda in Tacloban City and other parts of coastal towns in Leyte.
“Do you know that what a man can do, a woman can do better?” The lady at the podium said it loud and clear. She surveyed the audience with a captivating, charismatic smile. There was an equal representation of the sexes. The women clapped cheerfully. The men could only smile, while a few shook their heads disapprovingly....
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