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Education. Economics. Ecology

7,107 islands and millions of Filipinos can have a sustainable future. Now is the time to perpetuate the Philippine heritage by empowering people to stimulate activities in the areas of Education, Economics and Ecology with the aid of technology to facilitate national development and stability. These social endeavors – influenced by the values of Integrity, Solidarity and Creativity – will help the Philippines rise triumphant against the global threats of hunger & poverty, illiteracy & ignorance, environmental destruction & climate change.


By utilizing information & communications technologies as an alternative source of learning to provide education to underprivileged people, especially children and young adults.

By building a robust e-commerce network for farm-to-market transactions & vice versa that promotes regenerative agriculture, food security and responsible business.

By awakening public consciousness on environmental issues to effect conservationist mentality & lifestyle, and promoting worldwide comity through performance arts & concerted activities.


About PSC


THE PHILIPPINE SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGE (PSC) is a non-profit organization and flagship movement that advocates a three-pronged transformational, technology-driven approach to achieve a sustainable future (Likas-Kayang Kinabukasan) for the Philippines. Likas-Kayang Karunungan (Sustainability through Education), Likas-Kayang Kaunlaran (Sustainability through Economics) and Likas-Kayang Kapaligiran (Sustainability through Ecology) are project-activities that seek to help attain the SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS as set out in the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) in June 2012, which amended the goals listed in the 2000 UN Millennium Declaration. These projects are designed to be replicated nationwide and will be carried out by the umbrella organizations of PSC: The Sandiwaan Center for Learning, Veritas e-Trading Network, and Mga Anak ni Inang Daigdig (The Children of Mother Earth). Better identified as impact enterprises, these three organizations were established to carry out the erstwhile eight (8) Millennium Development Goals in Smokey Mountain, a former dumpsite in Tondo district of the city of Manila.