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2008


Established in 1986 by Dr. Lucio C. Tan in honor of the family patriarch the late Tan Yan Kee, the Foundation represents the Lucio Tan Group of Companies’ commitment to corporate social responsibility. The Foundation’s principal projects support education, culture and sports; research; health and social welfare; and manpower development. A full-fledged non-governmental organization, the Foundation’s priority focus areas have evolved to keep pace with changing trends and societal needs. Today, the Foundation ranks among the largest philanthropic NGO’s in the country. Governed by a 15-man Board of Trustees, day-to-day operations are managed by an Executive Director and a team of professional staff. Funding comes mostly from donations of Dr. Lucio C. Tan and the member companies in his various industry concerns.

OUR COVER

Continuum. Uninterrupted. Enduring. Persisting. At Tan Yan Kee Foundation, the commitment to the Filipino remains vibrant, presenting the greatest opportunity to serve and make a difference. This commitment assures dedication, persistence, and continuing service. Tan Yan Kee Foundation projects are marked by the spirit of continuum.

CONTENTS The Foundation ............................................................... 3 The President’s Report.................................................. 5 Education ........................................................................... 8 Health Services ..............................................................26 Social Welfare .................................................................34 Vision, Mission, Core Values ...................................42 Board of Trustees ...........................................................44 Executive Officers .........................................................49

Founded on core values of development, transformation, and capacity-building, the Tan Yan Kee Foundation, Inc. continues to provide tools and resources that enable individuals to replicate and pass on many times over the good they have received. At the end of the day, The Foundation’s aim is to leave a legacy that carries productive impact for many lives over many lifetimes.

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The Foundation


THE YEAR 2008 WAS A TIME OF DEEPER thought and closer look at our society and the world as the entire global village faced economic and other challenges that would eventually determine the landscape of the future. The Tan Yan Kee Foundation, Inc. did not lose sight of its vision of commitment and caring for the Filipino, while recognizing the increasing need to address various areas of urgent concern. We took stock of what we have done over the years as the Foundation sought to balance resources with need as well as the immediate and the long-term needs of those we serve. A sense of pride and fulfillment is inevitable as we saw the number of programs and their lasting impact on those whom we have reached over the past years. Yet, we believe that there is still much to be done. Over a 10-year period from 1998 to 2008, the Tan Yan Kee Foundation-University of the East Scholarship program has sent 792 scholars in various disciplines. Twelve of these were in the graduate level. As of the first semester of 2008, the 10-year total program spending was P50.82 million.

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Educational Television or ETV has also brought instructional materials through an alternative and entertaining form of learning even to far-flung areas of the country. Over the past three years, the Foundation, in cooperation with the ABS-CBN Foundation, has made this possible to 21 schools with 10,000 pupils all over the country.

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Continuing education in the specialized fields of medicine and dentistry also received a significant boost from the Asia Brewery-TYKF Medical Specialty Scholarship. This project sends deserving doctors and dentists for specialization abroad and has so far seen 91 doctors and two dentists finish further studies. Eight out of 10 of these doctors are serving their countrymen.

Strengthening the continuing learning facet not only of health professionals but of ordinary people, Asia Brewery and Tan Yan Kee Foundation has been running a monthly medical forum that provides health education regarding different forms of health concerns. The forum averages 300 participants per session. Beyond health education, the Foundation’s Project Asthma: Nebulizer Distribution Program – an actual resource provision addressing the rising pulmonary cases in the country – logged a total distribution of 548 nebulizers and 5,470 kits to different public health units, school clinics, and orphanages in the country. Started in 2004, Project Asthma continues to monitor and upgrade donated units. An average of 10 to 30 patients use the nebulizers daily. The CT Scan Machine donated by the Foundation to the Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Center has serviced some 7,884 patients over the last eight years. The Foundation continuously takes care of maintenance and professional fees to keep the machine efficient and of service to the AFP Medical Center’s patients. The Foundation has also been quietly addressing over the past years some key environmental issues such as clean air and water and continuing agricultural viability. Manufacturing firms of the Lucio Tan Group have established waste management and recycling as well as water purification systems that have been recognized and certified by local and

international standards bodies. Its partnership with Fortune Tobacco Corporation in building and rehabilitating small water impounding areas in several provinces brings a level of certainty to farmers through a steady supply of water for irrigation. By no means are the foregoing the only projects that the Foundation is involved in. And as mentioned earlier, there is still much to be done as the Foundation continues to forge through with its projects. This is its continuum. The perseverance and the dedication to follow through until critical and permanent change can bring about genuine progress. It is in this spirit that the Tan Yan Kee Foundation continues to reach out where it is most needed and to keep pace with the call of the times. In 2008, recognizing the need to support its various projects with a strategic educational intervention addressing the youth, the Foundation went into partnership to support Project Citizen. The project seeks to educate and involve the youth, particularly secondary-level students in public schools, in the correct and responsible practice of civics and democracy. The project trains not only students but more importantly the teachers who educate them. Currently, the project is running in the National Capital Region. The steps we have taken throughout the last few years have given the Foundation a stronger resolve to enable the Lucio Tan Group of Companies to continue providing the legacy of caring and commitment for the Filipino people. Allow me, therefore, to take

this opportunity in expressing our deep appreciation to the member companies of the Lucio Tan Group who unwaveringly provides resources to the Foundation. On behalf of the Tan Yan Kee Foundation’s Board of Trustees, officers, and staff we salute you for your commitment. Everything that we have achieved and continue to work on, we owe to the countless volunteers, stakeholders, and partners who believe that we will eventually see our legacy as a concrete fulfillment manifested in the Filipino’s well-being.

Dr. Lucio C. Tan Chairman & President

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Reading proficiency aid through the Sa Pagbasa, May Pag-asa Storybook Drive from 2004 to 2008 totaled 63,260 books read by 220,000 pupils. This project was made possible through the strong cooperation of several member companies of the Lucio Tan Group such as the Philippine National Bank, Allied Banking Corporation, Allied Savings Bank, Philippine Airlines, Grandspan Development Corporation, Air Philippines, Foremost Farms, Asian Alcohol, Fortune Tobacco Corporation, Packageworld, MacroAsia Corporation, Allied Leasing, Himmel Industries, PanAsia Securities, University of the East, and UE Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center.


Education is at the heart of Tan Yan Kee Foundation. Its core value of development finds concrete action in providing young minds with resources to pursue aspirations. Beyond this, the Foundation understands the need for continuing education as well as supporting strategic education projects geared towards responsible citizenship.

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Education

Creating A Brighter Tomorrow ■ UE-Tan Yan Kee Scholarship Program ■ Asia Brewery Medical Specialty Scholarship Program

Started in 1998, the UE-Tan Yan Kee Scholarship Program makes it possible for poor but deserving students to earn college diplomas at the University of the East that eventually make a big difference for their future. The program provides not just scholarship for tuition but also gives financial assistance. Faculty scholars of the University of the East and educational grantees from the Sisters of Mary are beneficiaries of the program. Over the last 10 years, 792 scholars have been enrolled in courses such as Engineering, Business Administration, Computer Science and Systems, Arts and Sciences, Dentistry, Education, and Fine Arts. Twelve have gone on to further studies in graduate fields. A significant number has given pride to the program with topnotch rankings in courses that undergo government board certifications. The Foundation’s allocated funding from 1998 to 2008 reached P50,820,000.

UE-Tan Yan Kee Scholarship Program YEAR

1998* 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

AMOUNT (in million pesos)

NUMBER OF SCHOLARS

7.00 1.63 2.20 3.48 4.55 6.37 4.04 6.66 6.47 8.42

141 77 79 81 83 46 95 40 82 68

50.82

792

* The 1998 funding allocation covered 1999.


Close to 93 Filipino physician-scholars and dental practitioners from 1984 to 2008 have availed of subspecialty training of their choice in some of the world’s best medical institutions. The only requirement of the program is for full scholars to come back and serve the country for a minimum of two years. Asia Brewery Medical Specialty Scholarship Program Practicing in the Philippines 69 1 (deceased) Total 70

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Practicing Outside the Philippines

No Current Contact Data

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16

7*

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*Half scholars who do not fall within the two-year minimum requirement to serve in the Philippines

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Highly talented medical and dental practitioners in the Philippines are valued throughout the world and are of critical importance to health care in the country. Continuing education through further specialization is made possible to deserving doctors and dentists by the Asia Brewery Medical Specialty Scholarship Program.


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Gastroenterology ..................................................................................5 Nephrology .............................................................................................4 Dermatology ...........................................................................................4 Cardiology ................................................................................................4 Opthalmology ........................................................................................3 Pulmonary Medicine .........................................................................2 Infectious Disease ................................................................................2 Interventional Cardiology ...............................................................2 Rheumatology .......................................................................................2 Endocrinology........................................................................................2 Internal Medicine ................................................................................2 Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility ......................... 2 Neonatal Intensive Care...................................................................2 Pediatrics ..................................................................................................2 Urology......................................................................................................2 Orthodontics ...........................................................................................2 Pain Management ...............................................................................1 Therapeutic Endoscopy .....................................................................1 Adult Nephrology and Transplant Immunology ................ 1 Extra-Corporeal Shock Wave ..........................................................1 Cardiac Intensive Care .......................................................................1 Advanced Endoscopy .........................................................................1 Neurology ................................................................................................1 Epileptology & Neurology ...............................................................1 Stroke and Neuro Vascular Ultrasound ....................................1 Allergy and Clinic Immunology ..................................................1 Neurogenetics ........................................................................................1 Interventional Gastroenterology .................................................1 Hematology/Medical Oncology ...................................................1 Renal ..........................................................................................................1 Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Surgery ..............................................1 Pulmonary Rehabilitation ..............................................................1 Pulmonary Medicine .........................................................................1

Echocardiography and Color Doppler .......................................1 Diabetes/Endocrinology ...................................................................1 Hepatology ..............................................................................................1 Adult Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery ........................... 1 Glaucoma .................................................................................................1 Pediatric Endocrinology ...................................................................1 Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology .......................................1 Pediatric Urology .................................................................................1 Pediatric Urology and Neurology/Urodynamics ................ 1 Pediatric Immunology ......................................................................1 Rehabilitation ........................................................................................1 Orthopaedic Surgery (Extremity Tumor Surgery) ................. 1 Surgical Oncology ................................................................................1 Voice/Ent ..................................................................................................1 Microsurgery ..........................................................................................1 Urologic Oncology ...............................................................................1 Uro-gynecology ....................................................................................1 Hand Surgery .........................................................................................1 Otorhinolaryngology .........................................................................1 Anesthesiology ......................................................................................1 Female Urology ....................................................................................1 Urologic Laparoscopic Surgery ......................................................1 Neurometabolic and Neurodegenerative Disorders .......... 1 Critical Care Medicine ........................................................................1 Gynecologic Oncology .......................................................................1 Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility ......................... 1 Maternal Fetal Medicine ..................................................................1 Pediatric Neonatology .......................................................................1 Pediatric Neurology ............................................................................1 Pediatric Gastroenterologist ............................................................1 Pediatric Critical Care .........................................................................1 Pediatric Pulmonology .....................................................................1 Pediatric Respirology .........................................................................1 Electrophysiology ................................................................................1

Providing Resources Adopt-a-School Program ■ Sa Pagbasa, May Pag-asa Storybook Drive ■ Bright Minds Read Program ■ Tan Yan Kee Library ■ Educational Television Infrastructure Program (ETV) ■ Manpower Development Center ■

A partnership with the Department of Education, Adopt-a-School Program addresses the need for physical facilities, rehabilitation and upgrading of existing structures, and modernization of instructional materials and technology. Started in 2004, the program has assisted in upgrading conditions in five schools nationwide.

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ASIA BREWERY MEDICAL SPECIALTY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: SUB-SPECIALTIES TAKEN


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School

Pantay Elementary School

Location

Program Donation

Tanay, Rizal

One-storey, threeunit cluster type classrooms with one adjoining library

Taytay Elementary School

Taytay, Rizal

Nazareth Elementary School

Gen. Tinio, Nueva Ecija

Buhangin Elementary School Nagpatayan Elementary School

Renovation of school Gymnasium Furniture and Fixtures

Binangonan, Rizal

Multi-purpose hall

Banna, Ilocos Norte

One-storey, threeunit cluster-type classrooms

Sa Pagbasa, May Pag-Asa Storybook Drive Metro Manila Schools 37 Storybooks 18,496

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Luzon Visayas Mindanao

47 23,620

23 11,644

19 9,500

Total

126 63,260

The project promotes a culture of reading among public school children, especially where there is a lack of reading materials. Estimates from recipient schools show that for the first year alone, close to 170,000 pupils benefited from the undertaking. Related to the promotion of reading habit and proficiency, the Foundation is also involved in the Bright Minds Read Program of McDonald Charities and the Department of Education. Focusing on children in Grades 1 to 3, the project aims to help students in learning how to read, improve comprehension, and gain interest in learning. As of yearend 2008, 7,070 children benefited from Bright Minds Read Program. Bringing the habit of reading to a level of scholarly pursuit is the Tan Yan Kee Library. Here, one finds one of the largest collections of Chinese books in the country. The library’s establishment addressed the lack of available

Tan Yan Kee Library Main Library READERSHIP REPORT 2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

January

420

294

362

347

361

330

February

291

407

199

406

286

265

March

430

407

253

434

407

294

April

424

378

391

385

334

360

May

518

407

385

362

370

351

June

472

358

381

376

331

265

July

243

576

446

423

353

352

339

August

453

620

403

337

376

386

343

September

473

417

403

324

407

420

344

October

400

469

420

402

391

368

338

November

376

414

350

311

381

270

335

December

353

322

333

291

300

278

245

2,298

5,373

4,606

4,059

4,518

4,163

3,809

TOTAL

Children and Youth Section READERSHIP REPORT 2006

2007

2008

January

57

32

February

52

21

March

196

120

490

694

536

829

783

145

255

79

64

48

72

April

645

May June July August

68

57

84

September

29

85

66

October

16

57

176

November

60

56

74

December

92

60

47

1,655

2,242

2,248

TOTAL

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Adopt-A-School Program

Four years from the time the League of Corporate Foundations launched Sa Pagbasa, May Pag-asa, Storybook Drive, Tan Yan Kee Foundation, Allied Banking Corporation, Philippine National Bank, and other members of the Lucio Tan Group, reached some 126 public schools nationwide with more than 63,000 books donated.


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Through the years, since the library was established in 2002, it has evolved into a research center for scholarly materials including Chinese literary arts, the classics, entertainment, health, and other topics. The Children and Youth Section of the library conducts activities during summer months to enhance knowledge of Chinese history and culture. The Foundation recognizes the reach and influence of mass media and technology. It also believes that these can be effectively utilized to provide an important learning experience and support especially for areas that have difficulty accessing educational aids and other resources. It is in this spirit that the Foundation partnered with the ABS-CBN Foundation for the Educational Television Infrastructure Program (ETV).

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An ETV package is an entertaining educational method geared towards teaching Mathematics, Science, English, History, and Values, complementing traditional

or structured methods. Each package includes a television set, a DVD player, 108 volumes of DVD materials, and an episode guide for teachers. Over the last three years, the partnership with ABSCBN has covered 21 schools. Tan Yan Kee Foundation has provided 21 ETV packages. Tan Yan Kee Foundation’s Manpower Development Center (MDC) is living proof of the adage “do not give them fish; teach them how to fish”. Here, experts share their know-how to professionals wanting to upgrade their skills, aspiring entrepreneurs, and out-of-school youth who have less or no access to formal or vocational education. MDC conducts training for gainful employment and personal development, offering courses that span varying needs from computer literacy and Microsoft Office applications to livelihood training such as food processing and mudcrab fattening. Since MDC was established in 2003, it has provided training to 111 students, 20 employees, 130 fisherfolk, 72 parents, 18 out-of-school youth, 27 urban poor housewives, five volunteer-trainees, and one social worker.

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Chinese books and journals for research by students, academics, and enthusiasts.


■ Foundation for Upgrading the Standard of Education (FUSE) ■ Project Citizen

An important mission is educational reform. This is a critical aspect of the Tan Yan Kee Foundation’s partnership with the FUSE or the Foundation for Upgrading the Standard of Education. This is carried out through the training-the-trainors method, with the end result of improving teaching standards and competency particularly in the subject areas of English, Mathematics, and the Sciences.

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The program revolves around regular Teacher Training workshops, distribution of Continuing Studies

FOUNDATION FOR UPGRADING THE STANDARD OF EDUCATION (FUSE) FUSION JOURNAL

CONSTEC VCDs

TEACHERS TRAINED

National Capital Region

2,555

89,174

4,094

Cordillera Administrative Region

1,275

9,521

91

Region 1

1,292

22,426

562

Region II

1,291

17,718

327

Region III

1,456

37,952

383

Region IV-A

1,439

55,447

756

Region IV-B

144

189

144

Region V

1,579

50,480

809

Region VI

1,401

24,296

4,343

Region VII

1,134

23,252

245

Region VIII

1,334

11,739

375

Region IX

1,247

9,445

256

Region X

1,202

9,922

393

Region XI

1,138

17,365

726

Region XII

1,308

6,894

150

1

20

1

1,216

654

32

21,011

386,494

13,687

Region XIII Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao TOTAL as of December 2008

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Addressing Reform in Education and Responsible Citizenship


Since its inception in 1994 up to 2008, FUSE has trained 13,687 teachers, circulated 21,011 journals, and distributed 386,494 training video computer disks nationwide, even reaching remote areas. In 2008, Tan Yan Kee Foundation started a partnership with the Philippine Center for Civic Education and Democracy, with the support of the University of Asia and the Pacific and the US-based

the result of their problem identification, research, and policy design in cooperation with public and private stakeholders in their chosen communities. Project Citizen is implemented in more than 70 countries worldwide including all states of the United States of America. In Asia, aside from the Philippines the project counts Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Mongolia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and India as active proponents. PROJECT CITIZEN 2008 National Capital Region Principals/ Education Officials/ TeacherModerators

Schools

Orientation and Commitment Setting Program

100

63

Training of TeacherModerators

44

40

Portfolio Submission

23

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Center for Civic Education for Project Citizen.

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The primary goal of Project Citizen is to develop in the youth, particularly high school students, active and responsible citizenship and governance skills. This is done through a program of education and training for both educators and students on skills required for effective citizenship; actual and practical exposure designed to foster competency and efficacy; and development of a deep understanding of the importance of citizen participation. Each year, the training and hands-on experience culminate in a showcase where school-student participants present

Special Awards

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Final Showcase

5

Students

448

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via Technology (CONSTEC) in CD format, and the Science and Engineering Education Project (SEEP) in partnership with the Department of Education, Ateneo de Manila University, and De La Salle University.


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Health Services

Project Asthma: Nebulizer Distribution Program In recent years, respiratory ailments, of which asthma is the most common, have dramatically risen owing to varied environmental factors and lifestyle. Many public health units do not usually have life-saving equipment such as nebulizers.

Health services provided by Tan Yan Kee Foundation seek to alleviate physical pain and contribute towards the foundation of a healthy populace. Medical and dental missions organized by the Foundation touch numerous individuals who usually do not have access even to basic health care.

In 2003, the Foundation launched Project Asthma: Nebulizer Distribution Program in three Manila hospitals and two areas in Tarlac Province with 27 nebulizers plus 270 nebulizer kits. Five years after, the program has covered a significant area of the archipelago with some units needing maintenance or change. Total number of nebulizers and kits distributed as of end-2008 stood at 548 units and 470 kits, carrying a cost of P3.46 million, benefiting 117 hospitals, 316 health centers, three school clinics, and two orphanages. An average of 10 to 30 patients daily continue to benefit from the program.

PROJECT ASTHMA: NEBULIZER DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM Program Donation

Average Number of Patients Per Day

2003

27 Nebulizers; 270 Kits

10-30

2004

2 Nebulizers; 20 Kits

10-30

2005

69 Nebulizers; 690 Kits

10-30

2006

225 Nebulizers; 2,250 Kits

10-30

2007

126 Nebulizers; 1,260 Kits

10-30

2008

97 Nebulizers; 960 Kits

10-30

546 Nebulizers; 5,450 Kits

10-30

TOTAL


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Computed tomography (CT) or Computed Axial Tomography (CAT), is one of the most utilized advance x-ray procedure. Multiple images are taken during a CT or CAT scan, and a computer compiles them into complete, cross-sectional pictures of soft tissue, bone, and blood vessels. A CT scan is able to “photograph” images of parts of the body that cannot be seen on a standard x-ray. These scans often result in earlier diagnosis giving higher chances of successful treatment of many diseases. The cost of a scan procedure, however, is usually not within reach of many people. Often, the country’s soldiers who take risks in line of duty are most in need of such a test. It is in this light that the Foundation in 2001 donated, set up, and continues to maintain the G.E. CT/e Scan System at the AFP Medical Center. As of mid-2008, some 4,734 in-patients and 3,150 out-patients at the medical facility have availed of the service. They include dependents of soldiers as well as civilian employees of the AFP.

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Exclusive of equipment cost and regular maintenance, an estimated P24,000,000.00 over seven years have been quantified for procedural coverage using the CT Scan.

CT SCAN FOR AFP MEDICAL CENTER Year

No. of Patients Served In-patients

Out-patients

Total

2001

787

516

1,303

2002

740

458

1,198

2003

661

366

1,027

2004

891

534

1,425

2005

557

393

950

2006

33

36

69

2007

305

278

583

2008

339

305

644

4,734

3,150

7,884

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Computed Tomography for AFP Medical Center


Keeping updated with the latest knowledge in the medical and healthcare fields, Asia Brewery, Inc. Monthly Medical Forum provides the much-needed venue for lay people to understand and use knowledge towards better health. Highly respected specialists who have been scholars under the sub-specialty program discuss relevant health issues with participants. Over the last 16 years, topics of interest have covered practically every aspect of illnesses and healthcare. Attendance is regularly full with an average of 300 participants monthly.

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Asia Brewery Medical Forum


SWIP prepares and ensures that water supply remains steady year-round for farmers, enabling them to plant and harvest through seasonal changes. From 2005, when the project was started, areas in the Northern Luzon Region have benefited from the project.

Project

Location

Coverage Area

Status

1. Patpata 1 Small Farm Reservoir

Brgy. Patpata, Balaoan, La Union

50 hectares

Completed - June 2005

Brgy. Quiling Norte, Batac, Ilocos Norte

450 hectares

Completed – Nov. 2006

5. Garab SWIP Rehabilitation and Construction of Line Canal

Brgy. Garab, Iguig, Cagayan

100 hectares

Completed – Dec. 2006

6. Dadda SWIP Rehabilitation and Construction of Line Canal

Brgy. Dadda, Tuguegarao, Cagayan

50 hectares

Completed – Dec. 2006

7. Silag Diversion Dam Project

Brgy. Silag, Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur

180 hectares

Completed - Feb. 2008

8. Casilagan Diversion Dam

Brgy. Casilagan Norte, Banayoyo, Ilocos Sur

60 hectares

Ongoing

2. Patpata 2 Small Farm Reservoir 3. Quiling Norte and 4. Abkir Diversion Dam

Social Welfare

Tan Yan Kee Foundation’s involvement in social welfare concerns seeks to address long-term needs. Nevertheless, the other side of social welfare for the Foundation is responsiveness, which calls for urgent support and assistance to numerous victims of calamities.

The Small Water Impounding Project (SWIP) are small water ponds used for irrigation with a three-fold aim to allow for fresh water conservation, enhance productivity, and provide livelihood. Soil and water experts, engineers, and agriculturists plan, construct, and rehabilitate water reservoirs.

SWIP PROJECTS

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Social Welfare

Small Water Impounding Project


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A partnership with the Department of Agriculture, the program provides user-friendly, easy-to-understand, illustrated Planting Calendars and guidebooks. These are useful to both professional and backyard farmers. The guides indicate ideal crops to plant and the right time to plant them, with indicators for climate, soil, and other relevant conditions. Seedlings are provided with the calendars.

Social Welfare

Addressing correct planting methods that result to year-round cultivation and harvest, the Foundation’s Planting Calendar Distribution Program is a perfect complement to SWIP.

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Beyond immediate relief, Hope Caravan also addresses the future rebuilding of lives and livelihood by bringing the Planting Calendar Distribution Program with the Hope Caravan. This is meant to provide a sustainable source of food and livelihood in the aftermath of calamities.

Social Welfare

The urgency and efficiency by which the Hope Caravan is able to respond to victims of calamities indicate the synergy within the Lucio Tan Group of Companies. From complete water treatment equipment, food, medicine brought onsite to airlifting supplies and warm bodies to assist in the field, Hope Caravan makes it happen.

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Partner Institutions Lucio Tan Group of Companies

Vision

The Tan Yan Kee Foundation, Inc. envisions a legacy of caring and commitment by the Lucio Tan Group of Companies for the Filipino people.

Allied Leasing and Finance Corporation

Mission

The Tan Yan Kee Foundation, Inc. commits itself to the corporate social responsibility of the Lucio Tan Group of Companies for the Filipino people in the fields of education, culture and sports, research, health, social welfare, and manpower development. Lotte Philippines Co. Inc.

The Foundation shall assemble all available resources at its command from the generous support of the Lucio Tan Group of Companies and other funding sources to carry out its mission.

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The Foundation’s core values are development, transformation, and capacity-building. These values help define Tan Yan Kee Foundation, Inc. as an institution, the people who work at the Foundation, and how they relate to each other in pursuit of common purposes.

Package World, Incorporated

Unimark Investments Corporation


Board of Trustees

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Lucio C. Tan

Chairman of the Board

Panfilo O. Domingo Vice Chairman 2001-2008

Joaquin G. Bernas, S.J. Trustee

Frank C. Chan Trustee

Shirley T. Chua Trustee


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Andres R. Narvasa Trustee

Gabriel C. Singson Trustee

Washington Z. SyCip Trustee

Carmen K. Tan Trustee

Tan Eng Chan Trustee

Harry C. Tan Trustee


Board of Trustees

Executive Officers Lucio C. Tan Chairman & President Panfilo O. Domingo Vice Chairman & Executive Director 2001-2008 Mariano C. Tanenglian Vice President & Treasurer Juanita Tan Lee Corporate Secretary Fe Chen-Urdaneta Chief Administrative Officer Ma. Cecilia L. Pesayco Legal Counsel Jaime J. Bautista Finance Director Wilson T. Young Project Director

Executive Committee Andres R. Narvasa Chairman Mariano C. Tanenglian Vice Chairman Joaquin G. Bernas, S.J. Member Gabriel C. Singson Member Cesar E. A. Virata Member Panfilo O. Domingo Ex-Officio 2001-2008

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Mariano C. Tanenglian Trustee

Tan Hui Bin Trustee

Cesar E. A. Virata Trustee

Washington Z. SyCip Alternate Member


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TAN YAN KEE FOUNDATION, INC. Head Office: 7/F Allied Bank Center, 6754 Ayala Avenue, Makati City, Philippines Telephone Numbers: (632) 816-5520; (632)816-5522 Facsimile: (632) 815-3582 Email: secretariat@tanyankee.org Website: http://www.tanyankee.org

TAN YAN KEE LIBRARY 19/F San Fernando Tower 514 Plaza del Conde cor. Muelle de Binondo St. Manila, Philippines Telefax: (632) 243-9110 Email: tykflib@pldtdsl.net

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