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FLAF 2008 Courtesy Call …

FLAF 2008 Courtesy Call

-credits to FLAF organizers 2008 and project head Anjeli Silang-

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  • 1. Future Leaders of Asia Forum Ateneo School of Government
  • 2. Social Entrepreneurship
    • Who is a Social Entrepreneur?
    • Individuals who have systematic solutions to the most pressing problems of society by pursuing scalable ideas that revolutionize a whole sector
    • Examples:
    • St. Ignatius, Muhammad Yunnus, Rory Tolentino
  • 3. Future Leaders Of Asia Forum
    • Objectives:
        • To provide a venue for upcoming young leaders of different Asian countries to get together, network and discuss key issues in the Asian Region
        • To introduce the concept of Social Entrepreneurship to the participants of the forum by providing them an opportunity to listen and interact with Ramon Magsaysay Awardees and Ashoka fellows
        • To encourage young leaders to start their own social enterprise in their university
  • 4. The 1 st Future Leaders of Asia Forum
        • Objectives:
        • To successfully launch a Social Enterprise Proposal Writing Competition that will award seed money to the winning group
        • To develop a network of Young Asian Leaders who will proactively work towards making positive change in society after the forum
    • Organizers
    • Ateneo School of Government
    • Ashoka
    • Ramon Magsaysay Foundation
  • 5. The 1 st Future Leaders of Asia Forum
    • Date:
    • January 17-20, 2008 (Thursday to Sunday)
    • Venue:
    • Ateneo de Manila University (Loyola Schools)
    • Target Participants:
    • College/University Student Leaders from different countries in East Asia (aged between 18 to 23 years old)
    • Target Number of Participants:
    • 120 delegates from different universities in East Asia (30 from the Philippines and 90 from the rest of East Asia)
  • 6. Target Participants
    • Faculty
    • A full-time professor, instructor or administrator who has been active in the university for at least 5 years
    • Actively involved in any recognized socio-civic or non-profit organizations (inside or outside the university) for a sufficiently long time
    • Students
    • (2 – 4 per school)
    • Student leaders recognized and identified by the school (at least an officer of a recognized organization)
    • Someone who is actively involved in any recognized socio-civic or non-profit organizations (inside or outside the university) for a sufficiently long time
    • College undergraduates (preferably junior or sophomore students )
    • At least 18 years old
    • Can understand and speak English
  • 7. Target Participants
    • 28
    • Target Universities as of the moment
    • (with recommendations from RSA)
    • NCR ( 12 )
    • AdMU, UP, DLSU, UST, UA&P, FEU, UE, SBC, NU, AdU, MC, AC,
    • Luzon ( 7 )
    • CLSU, St. Louis University (Baguio), AdNU, DLSU-Dasma, DLSU-Batangas, Aquinas Univ., Bicol Univ.
    • Vis-Min ( 9 )
    • USC, UP-Cebu, Univ. of Visayas, AdDU, AdZU, Xavier Univ. Cagayan, UP-Mindanao, Siliman Univ., Univ. of St. La Salle
    • 29
    • Target Universities as of the moment
    • (contacts from OIP)
    • CHINA ( 6 )
    • JAPAN ( 14 )
    • MACAU ( 1 )
    • SOUTH KOREA ( 4 )
    • TAIWAN ( 4 )
    • STILL LOOKING FOR CONTACTS ON OTHER SCHOOLS FROM THE
    • EAST ASIA and SEA REGIONS .
    100 – 150 participants PHILIPPINE UNIVERSITIES (~25%; ~25-40) EAST ASIAN UNIVERSITIES (~75%; ~75-110)
  • 8. Application Procedure
    • Release of “INVITATION PACKAGES” (thru snail and electronic mail) by third week of August
      • Includes invitation letter, some materials about social entrepreneurship, sample application forms, etc
    • Invitations addressed to the respective Presidents of target universities
    • ONLINE Application and Confirmation Process from September to November
  • 9. Program Flow and Schedule of Conference
    • DAY 1: [January 17]
    • Morning: Talk on Leadership (Who is the Asian Leader?)
    • Afternoon: Sharing of Leadership Experiences of the Participants
    • Evening: Welcome Dinner
    • DAY 2: [January 18]
    • Morning: Talk on Ashoka Foundation
    • Afternoon: Field work: GK House Build
    • DAY 3: [January 19]
    • Morning: Talk on Social Entrepreneurship
    • Afternoon: Case Study
    • Evening: Cultural Night
  • 10. Food
    • Food Assignments:
    • Breakfast (for Volunteers only), Merienda (A.M.), Lunch, Merienda (P.M.), Dinner
    • Plans:
      • Have theme in every eating time.
      • Look for Catering Services, Small Food Business Units, Fast Food Chains that will sponsor the food expenses (X-Deal) or will sell quality food with cheap cost
    • Developments:
      • Jollibee will sponsor the Merienda.
  • 11. Entertainment
    • 3 Important Events:
    • Welcoming Night
    • Cultural Night
    • The Optional Field Trip
  • 12. Welcoming Night
    • Objectives:
      • To formally welcome the participants
      • To set the mood/atmosphere of the forum
      • The “Icebreaker”
      • Schedule: 1st day, January 17, 7pm
      • Tentative Theme: The Philippines and the Filipinos
      • Dinner and Program
  • 13. Cultural Night
      • Objectives:
      • To appreciate the diverse cultures of the participants
      • To celebrate “Asianhood”
      • The Culminating Activity
      • Schedule:
        • 3rd day, January 19, 7pm
      • Tentative Theme:
        • Oriental
      • Dinner and Program
  • 14. Field Trip (optional)
      • Objectives:
      • The participants have the choice of going to the field trip or not.
      • A tour within Metro Manila
      • Tentative Plans: on the 4th day, Half-day tour at Intramuros, from 7 – 1pm
  • 15. Venues and Facilities Day 1 Day 2 Venues and Facilities Forum: Escaler Hall Lunch: Escaler garden Dinner CTC 201-202 GK Immersion: Payatas (tentative) Processing, Dinner and Practice: Cervini Rec Room Forum: Escaler Hall Dinner and Cultural Night: Cervini Field Day 3
  • 16. Hotel Accommodations
    • Target Official Partner:
    • The Richmond Hotel
      • 21 San Miguel Avenue Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines 1600
  • 17. Foster Homes
    • Tentative Homeowner’s Associations:
    • Xavierville and Varsity Hills
    • Both in Brgy. Loyola Heights
    • To be finalized with Mrs. Sumpaico (member of the Parish Council)
  • 18. On-Campus Accommodations
    • ISO Dormitory
    • 60 rooms have already been blocked for the event.
    • Down payment will be made on October.
  • 19. Transportations
    • Plan:
      • Hire an official bus liner to transport the participants from where they will stay to the Ateneo and to other venues (and vice versa).
      • Transportation to and from the airport will also be provided for those who will stay in ISO and in foster families (assuming that the Richmond Hotel will already provide their own shuttle).
  • 20. Budget Proposal
    • Total projected expense: Php 992,840
        • Maximum number of people: 120
    • Budget Breakdown by department
          • Secretariat - 13.00%
          • Programs and Documentations - 1.22 %
          • Food and Entertainment - 56.50%
          • Logistics and Transportation - 41.12%
          • Finance and Marketing - 1.16%
  • 21. Budget
  • 22. Sponsorship
    • List of Target Companies
    • Mail
    • Federal Express (Int’l)
    • DHL
    • Aboitiz 2go
    • Media
    • NU107
    • Philippine Daily Inquirer
    • Philippine Star
    Major Sponsors/Co-presenters PLDT/SMART Shell Corporation Jollibee Corporation Other Sponsors HBC San Miguel Corporation Lloyd’s Financing Corporation Julie’s Bakeshop
  • 23. Future Leaders of Asia Forum Ateneo School of Government

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