Health and Safety
In line with sustainable development, PSFI develops interventions that contribute to the health, safety, and wellbeing of communities. Read on.
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As Pilipinas Shell Foundation Inc. celebrates 40th anniversary, volunteers recall their fight against malaria
In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation’s social arm, the Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc. (PSFI) looks back at one of its major initiative, Movement Against Malaria (MAM), which has been instrumental in reducing the number of cases of malaria in the country and saving many Filipino lives for more than two decades. Two volunteers--- Laurensa Joldanero from San Jose, Occidental Mindoro and Lilibeth Mansuri from Brooke’s Point, Palawan---shared their experiences of how MAM made a difference in the concerned communities.
On May 17, 2016, the Malaria Stakeholders’ Forum was held in Puerto Princesa, Palawan to review and update the strategy utilized by the Movement Against Malaria programme.
Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc. and partners set up Amos Tara!, a community centre designed to address the HIV/AIDS situation in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.
Building malaria collaboration centres that aim to centralise all resources in specific areas and bring them within ready access of health service providers
The World Health Organization and Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS global reports (2012) named the Philippines one of the nine countries with very steep increase in the number of HIV/AIDS cases reported in the last ten years.
With easy access to more localized weather information and updated weather forecasts, Weather Philippines Foundation, together with its partners like Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc., aims to build a #WeatherWiser nation.
Strengthening the fight against malaria in Sitio Ogis, Rizal, Palawan
With the rise of Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation’s newest terminal at the port of Cagayan de Oro – the North Mindanao Import Facility – promoting road safety within and even outside the port was considered a necessary action to take.
Aiming to strengthen its advocacy on HIV education, the local government of Quezon City launched its HIV Programme for Young Key Population on February 27, 2017.