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Do you know a community in the Philippines that needs support? Nominate them today! 

Over the past couple of years, we have worked with more than 40 communities and have served over 1,100 families on worthwhile projects. Your community could be next!
Whether it’s your hometown, a place you’ve volunteered, or a community that holds a special place in your heart, we want to hear their story and explore with you how we can empower them to break the cycle of poverty.

Here's how the nomination process works:

Step 1: Identify your community
Think of a community in need within your area or region that could benefit from livelihood projects. 

Step 4: Follow-up

Our team will review your proposal and reach out
to discuss potential collaboration and next steps.

Step 2: Develop your concept

Outline your proposal for a livelihood project focusing on objectives, activities, and expected outcome.

Step 5: Spread the Word

Encourage others in your network to nominate communities they care about. Together, we can amplify our impact!

Step 3: Submit your nomination

Fill out our nomination form and email us at info@purebayanihan.org with information about the nominated community including demographics, socio-economic status, livelihood challenges, and opportunities.

Eligibility Criteria

Communities eligible for nomination should meet the following criteria:
Think of a community in need within your area or region that could benefit from livelihood projects. 
There should be a clear need for livelihood support within the community, indicated by factors such as low household income, food insecurity, or reliance on unstable or unsustainable livelihoods.
The community should be in regions or areas with high levels of poverty, unemployment, or economic vulnerability; remote or marginalized areas that face additional challenges in accessing livelihood opportunities, such as rural villages or urban slums.
  • Nominated beneficiaries must have the capacity to execute the livelihood idea and must have the willingness to undertake necessary training as available.
  • The community should demonstrate the capacity and willingness to actively participate in and benefit from livelihood interventions, including engagement in project planning, implementation, and monitoring.
  • Must be represented by a community leader (church pastor, social worker, teacher) who has strong leadership and support from local authorities, communities, and stakeholders to oversee the project implementation and ensure the success and sustainability of livelihood projects.
    The community’s needs and priorities should align with the objectives and focus areas of the livelihood projects, ensuring that interventions are relevant, feasible, and responsive to local realities.
    Efforts should be made to ensure that the selection process is inclusive and equitable, considering the needs and interests of marginalized or vulnerable groups within the community, such as women, youth, persons with disabilities, and ethnic minorities.
    The community should demonstrate a commitment to the long-term sustainability of livelihood initiatives, including the ability to manage and maintain project assets, resources, and activities beyond the duration of external support
    Strong community engagement and ownership of livelihood projects, with active participation in decision-making processes, project planning, and implementation to ensure relevance, effectiveness, and sustainability.

    Join us in creating impactful livelihood projects that transform lives and communities.

    Selection Process

    Nominated communities will be reviewed and evaluated based on the eligibility criteria and alignment with project objectives.
    Selected communities may be contacted for further assessment and collaboration in designing and implementing livelihood projects.
    I. Transparency and fairness
    Funds one transformative project in a village in need.
    II. Notification of results
    Partner Advocates and Community Leaders will receive notification regarding the outcome of the nomination process, including approval or rejection, and will be informed of any further steps in the project selection and implementation process.
    III. Contact information
    For inquiries or assistance with the nomination process, community members can contact us at info@purebayanihan.org.
    Partner Advocate
    The person nominating the community and acting as the liaison between Pure Bayanihan and the Community Leader.
    Community Leader
    The respected local member of the community who will be in charge of overseeing the project daily. This is usually a pastor, social worker, educator, civil servant, or other respected individual.

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