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Kilusan Ligtas Malaria/Movement Against Malaria (1999-present)

KLM logo

PSFI co-implemented Kilusan Ligtas Malaria (KLM) with the Provincial Government of Palawanin 1999. Putting its community organizing experience to good use and through funds from Shell Philippines Exploration B.V. and its Malampaya Joint Venture partners, PSFI worked with the Provincial Health Office and the Department of Health Regional Office to organize and mobilize 344 villages in setting up a community-based malaria control program. 

Movement Against Malaria

The accomplishments of PSFI and its partners in implementing KLM in Palawan paved the way for PSFI to become the Principal Recipient of a grant from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria in 2006.  Dubbed as the Movement Against Malaria (MAM), the program has expanded its coverage from 5 to 40 endemic provinces in the country since 2010.

Road Safety Program (2007-present)

Road safety logo

PSFI set up the Road Safety (RS) Program to reduce the cases of Filipino drivers’ lack of knowledge in defensive driving and commuters’ and pedestrians’ indifference in proper road conduct and behaviour.

The workshops include the following modules on road safety:  our roads, pedestrian safety, commuter safety, bicycle safety, general road conduct, motorcycle safety and commuter and pedestrian safety.

Philippine Business Sector Response to HIV/AIDS (2009-present)

HIV/AIDS

The Business Sector is in a vantage position to help curb the rising trend in HIV infections by setting up HIV/AIDS in Workplace Policies and Programs. 

PBSR to HIV/AIDS aims to prevent HIV through information dissemination. It also intends to provide Treatment and Care thru Referrals to Peer Counselling and Referrals to Treatment Hubs. Program components: Stakeholder engagement (CEOs, HR, and Health and Safety Managers), Training of Peer Educators, Training of Trainers, Conduct of HIV101 sessions, Installation of  HIV/AIDS in the Workplace Policy and Program in partner companies’ worksites, and Engagement of supply chain

Movement Against Malaria

PSFI gained its experience in implementing a malaria program when it co-implemented with the Provincial Government of Palawan the province-wide malaria program, Kilusan Ligtas Malaria (KLM) in 1999.  Putting its community organizing experience to good use and through funds from Shell Philippines Exploration B.V. and its Malampaya Joint Venture partners, PSFI worked with the Provincial Health Office and the Department of Health Regional Office to organize and mobilize 344 villages in setting up a community based malaria control program. 

The accomplishments of PSFI and its partners in implementing Kilusan Ligtas Malaria in Palawan paved the way in PSFI becoming the Principal Recipient of a grant from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria in 2006.  Dubbed the Movement Against Malaria, the program since 2010 has expanded its coverage from 5 to 40 endemic provinces in the country through the additional grants provided by the Global Fund.

PSFI was able to engage 66 partners consisting of NGOs, faith-based organizations, media, academe, military and people’s organizations who have contributed in enhancing program implementation particularly in the far flung villages and tribal communities.

The sustained private-public partnerships in malaria control has resulted to an 81% reduction in the total number of cases and 94% reduction in deaths due to malaria in the country in 2011 compared to the 2003 baseline.


Philippine Business Sector Response to HIV/AIDS

The Business Sector is in a vantage position to help curb the rising trend in HIV infections by setting up HIV/AIDS in the Workplace Policies and Programs. In partnership with Philippine National AIDS Council (PNAC), United Nations & AIDS (UNAIDS), International Labor Organization (ILO), United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP), PSFI implemented the Philippine Business Sector Response to HIV/AIDS in 2009.

PBSR to HIV/AIDS aims to prevent HIV through information dissemination and HIV/AIDS education. It also intends to provide HIV Treatment and Care thru Referrals to Peer Counseling and Referrals to Treatment Hubs. Program components include Stakeholder engagement (CEOs, and HR and Health and Safety Managers), Training of Peer Educators, Training of Trainers, Conduct of HIV101 sessions, Installation of  HIV and AIDS in the Workplace Policy and Program in partner companies worksites, and Engagement of supply chain.

Lingap sa Kalusugan ng Palawan

Impok pang-Kalusugan

PAMANA sa Pandacan

Operasyon Handog Ngiti

Palawan Adventist Hospital Upgrade and Charity Program

Barangay Emergency Response Program


Road Safety Program

Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc. (PSFI) set up the Road Safety (RS) Program to reduce the cases of Filipino drivers’ lack of knowledge in defensive driving and commuters’ and pedestrians’ indifference in proper road conduct and behavior. The program conducts Road Safety Workshops in different elementary and high schools in Pandacan, Batangas and Bacolod to ensure that the students as well as their parents know proper road behavior.

Since its implementation in 2007, more than 13,000 people benefitted from the RS Program. The workshops include the following modules on road safety:  our roads, pedestrian safety, commuter safety, bicycle safety, general road conduct, motorcycle safety and commuter and pedestrian safety.

In Batangas, public and private elementary and high schools actively participate in the RS program by regularly conducting RS workshops as a constant reminder for the students and parents to practice proper road conducts. These workshops are conducted by the student leaders and Road Safety mentors in each school.

In Pandacan, aside from conducting RS workshops to students and parents of participating daycares, elementary and high schools, defensive driving is also being taught to bus and motorcycle drivers because most of the public transport drivers in the country learned to drive in an informal setting.

Defensive driving entails taking safety precautions and practicing accident prevention while driving.  The Road Safety Workshops are being re-echoed to other students and parents by the student-leaders themselves and also by the Road Safety mentors.