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Wrong Benjamin Abadiano?

Mr. Benjamin Abadiano David

President and Founder of Education

Pamulaan Center for Indigenous People

Pamulaan Center for Indigenous People

Background Information

Affiliations

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Member
Philippine Development Assistance Programme Inc

Board of Trustees Member
Cartwheel Foundation Inc

Founder
ILAWAN Center for Peace and Sustainable Development

Founder
Integrated Development Program

Founder
Peace Sanctuaries

Education


sociology
Xavier University

Web References (62 Total References)


Advocafe is owned by the ...

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Advocafe is owned by the non-government organization (NGO) Ilawan Center for Volunteerism and Leadership, with Abadiano as its president. The group currently has a total of 109 scholars from 36 tribes nationwide. So far, 87 of them have graduated from college, with Bachelor of Science degrees in Education, Agriculture, and Social Entrepreneurship; and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Applied Anthropology and in Peace Education.

Abadiano says, "I have never worked in order to earn money.
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The 50-year-old Abadiano says that when customers visit Advocafe, "they are not only enjoying the food, but they are also able to serve others without extra cost because our prices are not that expensive and we do not ask money from them.
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Abadiano added that, "The handprints would be significant. It sends the meaning that you were able to lend a hand" to an IP.
This year, he added, they are also planning to open two more branches in Quezon City and Davao, and by year 2018 expand to 10 branches.
"Another thing to watch for is that we would be improving our coffee processing because we were able to get a grant to buy a roasting machine for Advocafe, then we would export our coffee to Japan. This means that we could help more communities, especially in areas that grow coffee," he said.
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Abadiano would wake up at 4 a.m. and drive from his home in Ortigas to Advocafe. He would open the store and help in the preparation of the meals. By 8 a.m. he had to rush to work at ADF at 9 a.m. In the afternoons, he leaves ADF by 5 p.m. and would be at the store until 11 p.m.
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So far, Abadiano is satisfied with the progress that the IP-inspired Advocafe has made in less than three years of its existence.
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This was how Benjamin Abadiano, president and founder of Pamulaan Center for Indigenous People (IPs) Education and proprietor of the Advocafe formulated the idea of promoting and at the same time helping the cause of the IPs in the country.
"Nabuo ang aming layunin na magbigay ng opportunities to the katutubos at ng lumads na maimprove ang kanilang livelihood at maipromote din ang kanilang culture," Abadiano told Sun. tar Davao in a phone interview recently.
Before coming up with the Advocafe, Abadiano admitted they initially thought of establishing a marketing center where the products of the IPs are supposed to be displayed.
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"Advocafe is a social enterprise wherein our objection is to provide an avenue for the IPs to have a livelihood," Abadiano said.
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Abadiano said they have partnered with the Pamulaan Center for Indigenous People's (IP) Education with the objective to create cultural appropriate pathways of training and formation for the IPs.
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Abadiano, meanwhile, thanked the Peace and Equity Foundation for their support to their charity works even by just providing them a chunk of space along the Quimpo Boulevard for their branch.
Advocafe is just paying P1 per month of rental fee to the Peace and Equity Foundation.
In exchange, Abadiano stressed that 100% of Advocafe's net income are always donated to the IP communities.
"All the income we have from our operations are donated back to the IP communities in the form of basic services," Abadiano said who was the first Filipino to receive the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership in 2004 for his commitment in doing charitable works for the IPs.


This was how Benjamin ...

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This was how Benjamin Abadiano, president and founder of Pamulaan Center for Indigenous People (IPs) Education and proprietor of the Advocafe formulated the idea of promoting and at the same time helping the cause of the IPs in the country.

"Nabuo ang aming layunin na magbigay ng opportunities to the katutubos at ng lumads na maimprove ang kanilang livelihood at maipromote din ang kanilang culture," Abadiano told Sun. tar Davao in a phone interview recently.
Before coming up with the Advocafe, Abadiano admitted they initially thought of establishing a marketing center where the products of the IPs are supposed to be displayed.
...
"Advocafe is a social enterprise wherein our objection is to provide an avenue for the IPs to have a livelihood," Abadiano said.
...
Abadiano said they have partnered with the Pamulaan Center for Indigenous People's (IP) Education with the objective to create cultural appropriate pathways of training and formation for the IPs.
...
Abadiano, meanwhile, thanked the Peace and Equity Foundation for their support to their charity works even by just providing them a chunk of space along the Quimpo Boulevard for their branch.
Advocafe is just paying P1 per month of rental fee to the Peace and Equity Foundation.
In exchange, Abadiano stressed that 100% of Advocafe's net income are always donated to the IP communities.
"All the income we have from our operations are donated back to the IP communities in the form of basic services," Abadiano said who was the first Filipino to receive the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership in 2004 for his commitment in doing charitable works for the IPs.


This was how Benjamin ...

www.advocafe.com [cached]

This was how Benjamin Abadiano, president and founder of Pamulaan Center for Indigenous People (IPs) Education and proprietor of the Advocafe formulated the idea of promoting and at the same time helping the cause of the IPs in the country.

"Nabuo ang aming layunin na magbigay ng opportunities to the katutubos at ng lumads na maimprove ang kanilang livelihood at maipromote din ang kanilang culture," Abadiano told Sun. tar Davao in a phone interview recently.
Before coming up with the Advocafe, Abadiano admitted they initially thought of establishing a marketing center where the products of the IPs are supposed to be displayed.
...
"Advocafe is a social enterprise wherein our objection is to provide an avenue for the IPs to have a livelihood," Abadiano said.
...
Abadiano said they have partnered with the Pamulaan Center for Indigenous People's (IP) Education with the objective to create cultural appropriate pathways of training and formation for the IPs.
...
Abadiano, meanwhile, thanked the Peace and Equity Foundation for their support to their charity works even by just providing them a chunk of space along the Quimpo Boulevard for their branch.
Advocafe is just paying P1 per month of rental fee to the Peace and Equity Foundation.
In exchange, Abadiano stressed that 100% of Advocafe's net income are always donated to the IP communities.
"All the income we have from our operations are donated back to the IP communities in the form of basic services," Abadiano said who was the first Filipino to receive the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership in 2004 for his commitment in doing charitable works for the IPs.


Leonor T. Oralde-Quintayo, USEP President ...

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Leonor T. Oralde-Quintayo, USEP President Dr. Lourdes C. Generalao, Pamulaan President Mr. Benjamin Abadiano, Indigenous Peoples (IP) Leader Datu Julito Penaso, and representatives from Pamulaan's partner organizations.


Ten YIP college grantees graduate from Pamulaan | Cartwheel Foundation

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Pamulaan 2015 graduates in their respective tribal attires celebrating with Pamulaan President and Founder, Mr. Benjamin Abadiano (leftmost standing, 3rd row from the front), CFI Team members, and other partners

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