Annual mini-show for the Patubas Fest. We featured acoustics, photographs, songs, dances, documentaries. We tried to give emphasis on the role of the youth as catalysts of change, the wonders of pursuing one's passions and the YOU in making a difference.

"Social changes happen not because of nations but because of individuals".

It was first time to talk about issues that matter in the world right now and people paid enough attention. We hope it would not stop in viewing. Walking the talk is what we need. Though it is not easy, we're positive about the path that we are taking. In every piece of movie, art or music that conveys a message, we may not be able to move fifty people in one go. Touching one soul means so much already.




Gift-giving to kids from 5 puroks of Brgy. Poblacion, Barotac Viejo, Iloilo :) Some acoustic sessions with Kakai and Kaka, too.

5 hours of walking around, meeting small villages and warm people. The beaming eyes of the young were just inspiring and hopeful. It was a reunion with our students who have grown-up and are even taller than us soon. :) Scenic view, smell of the river, THANK YOUs from parents and kids alike. Though it is and always be an immersion to what is lacking - a decent playground for kids, more livelihood projects for the grassroots, being with the kids and being in that moment- singing, giggling, sharing--- it was a taste of sunshine.

We hope to take more steps forward. We hope to share more stories and laughter. We hope to share what is spare because we do have the energy and the good friends around the world who are willing to spread kindness.


We would like to thank:

Joan Fabillano
Joy Gustilo
Astroflex Bautista
Chichi Abadingo
Aileen Siroy
Mina Bahuguna
Roger Rueda
Merelyn Valdez
Yun Gyoo
Edbarr and Kristi Jel Barretto

and for helping out:

Lysil Balbontin
Clem Lachica

NEXT YUHUM PROJECT IS ON JANUARY 7TH ( Gift-giving, Storytelling and Feeding Program)



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