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Hon. Sandy Javier

Wrong Hon. Sandy Javier?


League of Municipalities

Employment History

  • Enormously Wealthy Owner
  • National President
    League of Municipalities of the Philippines
  • Mayor

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Chicken Founder
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Joey Salceda, Javier, Leyte ..., 4 Aug 2015 [cached]
Joey Salceda, Javier, Leyte Mayor Sandy Javier, president of the League of Municipalities in the Philippines (LPM).
For his part, Javier told the audience how Roxas sacrificed his life during the wrath of Super Typhoon Yolanda in 2013.
NURTURED IN NATURE: Howard Schiffer holds ..., 19 Dec 2013 [cached]
NURTURED IN NATURE: Howard Schiffer holds aloft a child during an information meeting and vitamin distribution in Javier, Leyte.
It was hot, crowded, and noisy in the tin-roofed, open-walled gymnasium at the center of Javier, one of the larger towns in the Philippine province of Leyte.
In Leyte, the organization's efforts are centered around Javier, a sprawling city of loosely connected barangays, which are small villages or neighborhoods that function semi-independently under the umbrella of the city government.
At the city's helm is the enigmatic Sandy Javier, the enormously wealthy owner of Andok's Chicken, one of the Philippines' largest chain restaurants. Mayor Javier (whose grandfather founded and named the town) also serves as president of the League of Municipalities of the Philippines and seems genuinely interested in using his wealth and position to facilitate change by funding roads, schools, and other development projects. "Our main concern is, how do we secure the future of our country? Javier said over coffee with Schiffer and the VA team, referring to the program's focus on children.
Due to his involvement with the League of Municipalities, Javier believes that the "module of [this] program can be implemented immediately" across the country, with other mayors' cooperation.
Over the course of 10 days, I accompanied Schiffer, VA photographer Matt Dayka, and Schiffer's son Austin Moore (who, like me, was on his first trip with VA) into barangays and slums around Cebu, Javier, and Manila, trying to find the areas the VA's program has helped or can help the most.
A girl eats a typical breakfast of plain rice and dried fish in her house in Javier, Leyte.
Camino's family, like many in his village outside of Javier, usually manages to eat three times on a diet of fish, rice, vegetables, and occasionally other meats, when there is consistent work for the family's providers.
Then in November, Typhoon Haiyan, which some claim is the strongest storm in recent years, devastated much of Leyte, including Javier. The recovery process in the provinces of Leyte and Samar will be a long and difficult one.
While I was able to report on the disaster from Tacloban City in an article for this paper last month, I wasn't able to make contact with Mayor Javier or any of my contacts in Leyte. But Schiffer had, and Mayor Javier reported that "destruction is everywhere," and thousands of his constituents are homeless.
:: Welcome to Manila Bulletin Online ::, 25 Jan 2004 [cached]
Noynoy Aquino, model Raya Mananquil, today, Jan. 26; glass sculptor Ramon Orlina, TV host Oscar Orbos, movie director Don Escudero, Jan. 27; vice-presidentiable Loren Legarda, Josie Lichauco, Andok's Chicken founder Sandy Javier, entrepreneur Tina Maristela, Jan. 28; my friend Baby Bautista Arce in New York, writer Iskho Lopez, entrepreneur Myrna Medina Magdaluyo, Aggie Mantolino, Jan. 29; senatorial bet Boots Anson Roa, Ritchie C. Santos, Maricris Batungbakal, Jan. 30; Dr. John Pastores of Makati Med, former newshen Tere Orendain, Jan. 31... thank you to all my friends who remembered me on my birthday... have a great week.
Sandy Javier - BW ..., 22 Sept 2014 [cached]
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Honorable Sandy Javier serves as the Mayor of the Municipality of Javier, Leyte from 2010 to present. He is also National President of the League of Municipalities of the Philippines. He is founder of several companies including the famous roasted chicken chain of restaurants and stores, Andok's Litson Corporation. As a mayor, he is responsible for turning around a once sleepy town into one of the most progressive in the region. When Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded and the deadliest to hit devastated the country, Mayor Javier is a frontliner in the rebuilding efforts.
One of the biggest hits, and ..., 15 Jan 2015 [cached]
One of the biggest hits, and the long lines of people waiting for their turn was the best proof, was when Mayor Sandy Javier's restaurant, Andok's Manok, opened: people patiently waited for hours to pay good money to get some juicy roasted chicken. Nothing like good food to heal the body and uplift the spirit. Even we fell in line. No doubt his being mayor of a small Leyte town and he is somehow also related by party affiliation to the province's governor helped, as government electric generators helped light up the establishment's surrounding area.
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