" MMK" Builds Dream School for Less Fortunate Children in Masbate




“Maalaala Mo Kaya” will present afresh this Saturday (June 29) the motivating article of 11-year-old Rizza Abaño (played by Abby Bautista) and her male siblings and schoolmates in Isla Mababoy in Masbate who were all so motivated to study even if they had to bathe in an open ocean just to get to school.


Almost a year after ABS-CBN distributed the unique “journey” of the children, who are now popularly known as “batang langoy,” many persons and organizations–including ABS-CBN–were affected and eventually motivated to help out.

Even before the display premiered the ‘batang langoy’ article, “MMK” had been dynamically coordinating with ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya report and Current Affairs to continue assistance to the scholars in Isla Mababoy. The target of “MMK” to build a nearby solid and enduring school for the kids became an very simple task through the joined efforts of diverse groups in ABS-CBN including Lingkod Kapamilya, Sagip Kapamilya, and Pinoy Big male sibling, all of which made efforts to lift funds for the task. A lot of other donors provided donations for the “dream school” until the total finance reached P1.2 million.

With sufficient help from everyone encompassing the technology department of the Philippine armed detachment who assembled the added school rooms, Mababoy Elementary School was eventually constructed last March, in time for the opening of school year 2013-2014. apart from the new school building, good-hearted donors supplied the students with armchairs, books and school provision.

The “batang langoy” episode also characteristics Arjo Atayde, Lito Pimentel, Ana Capri, Makisig Morales, BJ Forbes, and Crispin Pineda. It was researched by Mae increased Balanay, in writing by assess Angos, and administered by Rechie Del Carmen.

Don’t overlook another motivating TV masterpiece this Saturday in the longest running drama anthology of Asia, “Maalaala Mo Kaya” (MMK), after “Wansapanataym” on ABS-CBN.


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