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KASAPI Foundation enthusiastically pioneered Zumba Bida, a health and fitness program for a cause organized on September 2, 2016 with participants from different departments of Central Office. The main objective of the program is to raise funds for the beneficiaries in the gift-giving activity in Talavera and to promote fun workout activities incorporated with routines to lose weight and be physically fit. 

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Ecijanos Travel and Events Corporation, a member of the KASAPI Group, had recently purchased a 45-seat model of King Long bus unit on September 8, 2016 for its operational use. It was named after the institution’s slogan, “Kaagapay sa Paglalakbay” and serves as a remarkable achievement of the subsidiary in 2016. The acquisition has spurred its client turnover as it aids in providing efficient transportation services for both the staffs and clients.

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After the highly anticipated 10th Founding Anniversary Celebration and Thanksgiving Party, Central Office employees ended the year in a col­orful revelry as they conducted an annual year-end party on December 29, 2016 held at 3rd flr. Confer­ence Hall, KASAPI Corporate Centre. 

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KASAPI Marketing Corporation (KMC) conducted a blessing ceremony and grand opening of the 2nd clinic of Montage owned and operated by the institution on September 30, 2016 preceded by the General Manager, Ms. Laarni A. Fernando and the KASAPI Group’s President/CEO, Mr. Carlito A. Fernando. The launching of the clinic was essentially made within reach for customers with high demands for cosmetic dermatology services. 

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Raising a child is like an ocean journey that has raging storms, rough waves and occasional sunny tranquility. It may be easier enough with a partner, but when you’re doing everything alone, the struggle doubles. 39 year-old Margarita Marano, a mother from Laur, Nueva Ecija stands firm against the test of strength to move forward. 

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51-year old Demetria Mejia from Dagupan, a wife, a mother of five children, was once a baranggay health worker. With little compensation she receives monthly, she has decided to put up a small sari-sari store and applied a loan in KASAPI Microfinance. She currently has 24 cycles with P19,000 savings. 

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