A Day with MPC Part II

After the tree-planting activity, we went to conduct a small freeding program at Bayug Island. There were many kids around so we opted to play with them for a while.
The kids in Bayug Island getting ready for the game

And so we played Open and Close the basket. We also sang different nursery rhymes like Twinkle Little Star, Up and Down and the famous Bahay Kubo. They never ran out of energy! And the kuyas and ates who facilitated the game were also moved by their smiles.
Kids are all our for the play as well as the facilitators

Each facilitator should take care of 2 kids and then we played the Boat is Sinking. The game is all about surviving a Sinking ship and the only way to do it is to group themselves according to the number stated by the game master.

Game master:To survive the sinking ship, they must group themselves into 4.
And after the fun and exhausting game, a very hot, sweet and delicious champorado ( a porridge with a chocolate flavor) was served!
Everyone couldn't wait to have a taste of this.
And for a while, I helped a bit in mixing the cement on the chapel that they are repairing. It was destroyed during TS Washi or commonly known in the Philippines as Sendong.
Mix. Mix  Mix
We then moved to another area to offer the remaining champorado to the residents and when there's no one else to serve? It's now our turn to have a taste of it!

Eat with us! :)

Our outreach day finally ended and so we have to go back and pack up things! Not to offend anyone, as what I say as a joke, the Hog you see is the future of the feeding program! :)

When will this little pig become a letchon? What you think?

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