FORMER vice president Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo’s nongovernment organization (NGO) has launched its official website.
In an announcement on its social media platforms on Friday, the Angat Buhay NGO announced that it now has a website that can be accessed at angatbuhay.ph.
“Angat Pinas Inc. (commonly known as Angat Buhay) is a Filipino non-profit organization that aims to empower Filipinos to become communities of active citizens by mobilizing the largest volunteer network in implementing Bayanihan programs,” the organization was described on the site.
Included are the organization’s mission and vision, as well as its advocacy pillars, namely public education, public health, disaster relief and rehabilitation, community engagement and empowerment.
“Angat Buhay operates nationwide, implementing programs, projects, and activities with partners and volunteers from different parts of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, and focusing on communities with limited access to education, nutrition and health services, as well as disaster-stricken areas,” explained the organization’s “Where We Work” portion, which shows an interactive map of the group’s advocacy pillars.
The website also features the Museo ng Pag-asa, located in Quezon City, and is also Robredo’s office, as well as the team and its board of trustees, led by the former vice president, serving as Angat Buhay’s chairman.
Angat Buhay’s website was designed by Jen Casano and Neithan Casano from Pixel Zero Digital Solutions.
“Pixel Zero is happy to have worked on this project for an organization whose mission is to uplift lives and create lasting impact,” the web designer said in a Facebook post.
Robredo, who ran for president last year, launched the Angat Buhay NGO with Raffy Magno serving as its executive director. Apart from the newly launched website, Angat Buhay can also be found on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.