In a departure from routine activities, Espoir, every Friday, showcases the Flag Retreat and Clean-Up drive. However, on January 26, 2024, Espoir ventured beyond the usual clean-up, initiating the “Walang Gutom Project” to combat hunger and malnutrition within the community.
Throughout January, Moringa plants were distributed to every household in the Gawad Kalinga Resettlement Area, extending the benefits of Espoir’s Tinola Garden and daily nutritious feeding program beyond the school premises. This approach aims for sustainability by actively involving families in cultivating a future free from hunger and malnutrition.
Espoir takes pride in steering this initiative, underscoring its commitment to community well-being beyond school boundaries. The project aspires to create a positive and lasting impact on the lives of those served, with the hope that its benefits ripple throughout the entire island of Siargao.