Advocacy

PSET mainly advocates for solidarity tourism by emphasizing critique to mass tourism and highlighting inspiring stories of solidarity travel. It supports people’s issues by encouraging and enabling visitors to support campaigns and projects of organizations in host communities. PSET establishes people-to-people links, helps disseminate information on people’s campaigns, and also serves as conduit for material and financial support.

Help a Filipino student with his school needs this pandemic. Donate your old electronics – laptop, tablets, smartphones or other gadgets – that can help with online learning.

Academic institutions in the Philippines have resumed operations in  October using blended learning as a system for learning delivery. For many students, this requires the use of technological tools to be able to participate in online classes and comply with their school requirements. The lack of materials, more particularly laptops or gadgets, presents a big hindrance as to how Filipino students can attend to their classes. In this light, PSET launches SolidaREPAIR: Gadget Donation for Filipino Students.


SolidaREPAIR
aims to help Filipino students adapt to the current demand of schools by giving them laptops, tablets, smartphones or any gadget to help with their school requirements. Second hand laptops and other gadgets that may be broken but can be repaired will be collected, restored, and then distributed to students who do not have access to these educational tools.

 Together, let us help Filipino students conquer these challenges brought about by the pandemic.

Monetary donations and brand new laptops or gadgets are also welcome. Contact 0965.301.5260 or secretariat@pset.org.ph for more information.

CALL FOR DONATIONS

Our kababayans have not yet recovered from Super Typhoon Rolly (Goni) and yet another severe tropical storm – Typhoon #UlyssesPh (Vamco) – devastated the country. PSET appeals for continuous sending of donations – cash or in-kind – to help our affected communities.

 

For more details and inquiries, please contact 0965.301.5260 or email secretariat@pset.org.ph.