Sea and Sail Project


Not all treasure is silver and gold, mate – Captain Jack Sparrow, Pirates of the Carribean

Indeed. Some treasures are too valuable to be just mere things. As the Sea and Sail Project commenced, you can see the joy and the excitement on the faces on each in everyone of the Ati Kids from Sitio Lumboy, Dueñas. With the help of Silaw Foundation (headed by Jarrah Brilliantes), Rotary Club of Iloilo West (President Ronald Navarro), Iloilo Sailing Club (Paul Measures), US Peace Corps, 301st Brigade, Adhara, St. Clements Church and the rest of the volunteers, the kids able to set their eyes for the first time unto the sea and experience sailing.

It was in the morning of 6th of May when the kids arrived in St. Clements church in La Paz and set-up a camp. Playing with us volunteers and the US Peace Corps, we discovered that it was…

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