Kuya Pultak who started the movement 'Klassroom Ng Pagasa' deserves the Nobel Peace Prize

has built 34 classrooms throughout the archipelago. What makes it noteworthy is that all the classrooms are built in areas where there are no schools and where children will be sitting behind desks for the first time in their lives.

A New Classroom in Mt. PulagBecause of the popularity of his efforts, Valencia’s movement has now drawn hundreds of volunteer workers and, more importantly, corporate sponsors. Some civic organizations and government agencies have likewise pitched in.

As it is in the old Philippine bayanihan, there is no organizational “hierarchy” – Klassroom Ng Pagasa is made up of hundreds of people working together to help provide an education to the nation’s hope of the future. Except for Kuya Pultak, who leads them on.


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