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Irashaimase<br />( Welcome)<br />and<br />Konnichiwa Nihonjin Tomodachi!<br />(Hello, our dear japanese friends)<br />
Gualandi Volunteer Service Programme, Inc. (GVSP)<br />
‘Itisterribleto SEE and have no VISION.’<br />--HelenKeller<br />
GVSP Purpose<br />The Gualandi Volunteer Service Programme, Inc. is the volunteering program of the Gualandi mission for t...
GVSP Background <br />GVSP is an independent entity and was duly registered at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC...
GVSP Background<br />GVSP has a religious background since it was originally formed from Catholic beginnings.<br />Whilst ...
Our Vision<br />A group of volunteers who want to be able to share a love-life relationship as a friend and Sister/Brother...
Our Mission<br />To enable the Deaf to grow and develop as independent, integrated, fully human and empowered citizens in ...
GVSP Core Values<br />The GVSP aims to train and form volunteers with the necessary knowledge, skills and values to become...
Objectives<br />GVSP provides a system for recruitment, assessment and screening, training and formation, placement monito...
Deepen her/his acceptance of self and others and to develop the inner freedom to make a responsible commitment as voluntee...
Develop his/her being as a person for others in relationships with the Deaf, fellow volunteers and people in general.<br />
Deepen the volunteers desire to serve and love unconditionally so as to intensify her/his appreciation and exercise of her...
Provide a support system and continuing education for volunteers.<br />
OUR MOTTO: “EPHPHATHA : BE OPEN ”<br />
Volunteer Work and Placement Sites<br />GVSP has two types of volunteer programmes.<br />Short-Term Volunteering – Refers ...
What the Volunteers do<br />Our short and long term volunteers work by helping and assisting in different programmes, fiel...
Managing Deaf Ministiries<br />
Deaf Community Organizing<br />
Capacity Building of Deaf Organizations<br />
Deaf Rights Advocacy<br />
Deaf Education (formal, informal and catechism/religion)<br />
FSL Interpreters<br />
Liturgical Activities for the Deaf<br />
Facilitators and Coordinators for seminars, workshops, retreats, recollections and Deaf camps.<br />
Basic Facts and Current Issues<br />High prevalence/incidence of Deafness in the Philippines. Ratio is as high as 2-3: 100...
Basic Facts and Current issues<br />In the recent nationwide survey and case monitoring on the incidence of physical and s...
Basic facts and Current issues<br />There is a need to organize and manage volunteers for effective and efficient delivery...
Deteriorating and Insuffiencyofphysicalresources<br />
Scarcity of Funds<br />Sustainance and Replication of Filipino Sign Language Local news Interpretation at  ABS-CBN TV Patr...
Scarcity of Funds<br />Learning and Study center for Deaf students<br />ICT multimedia and training center<br />Deaf Sport...
PointstoPonder<br />“I slept and dreamt that life was joy, I woke and saw that life was but service. I serve and understoo...
COME AND JOIN US!<br />IF YOU ARE:<br />Flexible<br />Open-minded<br />Willing to serve<br />Have a good sense of justice<...
Then you are the ONE we are looking for…..<br />
CONTACT US:<br />THE PROGRAM MANAGER<br />Call or text: 0932 202 7333<br />Tell no. 032 231 2601<br />Email address: guala...
Domo Arigato!<br />(Thank You)<br />And <br />Yoi Ichi Nichi!<br />(Have a Great Day!)<br />
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  1. 1. Irashaimase<br />( Welcome)<br />and<br />Konnichiwa Nihonjin Tomodachi!<br />(Hello, our dear japanese friends)<br />
  2. 2. Gualandi Volunteer Service Programme, Inc. (GVSP)<br />
  3. 3. ‘Itisterribleto SEE and have no VISION.’<br />--HelenKeller<br />
  4. 4. GVSP Purpose<br />The Gualandi Volunteer Service Programme, Inc. is the volunteering program of the Gualandi mission for the Deaf whose purpose is to train and form volunteers and/or lay Missionaries so as to augment human resources for the delivery of service to the Deaf Community.<br />
  5. 5. GVSP Background <br />GVSP is an independent entity and was duly registered at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in April 27 2005. GVSP is a member of Volunteer Organizations, Information Coordination and Exchange Commission, Inc (VOICE Network) and Organization of Rehabilitation Agencies<br />
  6. 6. GVSP Background<br />GVSP has a religious background since it was originally formed from Catholic beginnings.<br />Whilst GVSP has religious principles and many volunteers teach about religion as an organization it is open to other religions and those who do not believe.<br />
  7. 7. Our Vision<br />A group of volunteers who want to be able to share a love-life relationship as a friend and Sister/Brother of the Deaf.<br />
  8. 8. Our Mission<br />To enable the Deaf to grow and develop as independent, integrated, fully human and empowered citizens in the hearing society and in the Church through volunteering efforts<br />
  9. 9. GVSP Core Values<br />The GVSP aims to train and form volunteers with the necessary knowledge, skills and values to become competent and creative people; who are open to change; having a deep sense of justice and faith expressed in their concern and commitment to the service of the disadvantaged especially the Deaf.<br />
  10. 10.
  11. 11. Objectives<br />GVSP provides a system for recruitment, assessment and screening, training and formation, placement monitoring and regular evaluation for the volunteers. The main aim is to help the volunteers to:<br />
  12. 12. Deepen her/his acceptance of self and others and to develop the inner freedom to make a responsible commitment as volunteers.<br />
  13. 13. Develop his/her being as a person for others in relationships with the Deaf, fellow volunteers and people in general.<br />
  14. 14. Deepen the volunteers desire to serve and love unconditionally so as to intensify her/his appreciation and exercise of her/his volunteer involvement especially with the Deaf.<br />
  15. 15. Provide a support system and continuing education for volunteers.<br />
  16. 16. OUR MOTTO: “EPHPHATHA : BE OPEN ”<br />
  17. 17. Volunteer Work and Placement Sites<br />GVSP has two types of volunteer programmes.<br />Short-Term Volunteering – Refers to the quarterly volunteering programme covering a period of at least 48 hours but no more than 90 days.<br />Long-Term Volunteering – Refers to the one-year volunteer placement programmes for different hosts/partner organizations/instiutions.<br />
  18. 18. What the Volunteers do<br />Our short and long term volunteers work by helping and assisting in different programmes, fields and areas of concern such as:<br />
  19. 19. Managing Deaf Ministiries<br />
  20. 20. Deaf Community Organizing<br />
  21. 21. Capacity Building of Deaf Organizations<br />
  22. 22. Deaf Rights Advocacy<br />
  23. 23. Deaf Education (formal, informal and catechism/religion)<br />
  24. 24. FSL Interpreters<br />
  25. 25. Liturgical Activities for the Deaf<br />
  26. 26. Facilitators and Coordinators for seminars, workshops, retreats, recollections and Deaf camps.<br />
  27. 27. Basic Facts and Current Issues<br />High prevalence/incidence of Deafness in the Philippines. Ratio is as high as 2-3: 1000 Filipinos. As of June 2005 the Philippines has a total population of 86 million Filipinos with more than 350,000 Deaf people in the Philippines.<br />Deaf people are greatly marginalized due to lack of accessibility and basic services for the Deaf in the Philippines<br />There is great need of human resource when it come to programs and projects for the Deaf<br />
  28. 28. Basic Facts and Current issues<br />In the recent nationwide survey and case monitoring on the incidence of physical and sexual abuse to Deaf children conducted by The Philippine Deaf Resource Center, statistics would show that 65-70% of Deaf boys and girls are being molested. <br />According to the study conducted by Lyer and Fortunato in 2005 out of 60 Deaf respondents in Manila and Cebu, one out of three Deaf women has been raped. In a separate study conducted by De Guzman in 2002, 32 Deaf women respondents in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao; 72% were abused or battered, and 63% of them were abused by their own fathers. <br />
  29. 29.
  30. 30. Basic facts and Current issues<br />There is a need to organize and manage volunteers for effective and efficient delivery of basic services to the Deaf<br />Volunteering is not simply something that we do for others. Our own values and humanity are at stake: “We are what we give.”<br />
  31. 31. Deteriorating and Insuffiencyofphysicalresources<br />
  32. 32. Scarcity of Funds<br />Sustainance and Replication of Filipino Sign Language Local news Interpretation at ABS-CBN TV Patrol Central Visayas and to neighboring regional networks<br /> ( First in the Philippines)<br />Deaf Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program<br />Deaf Women and children empowerment<br />
  33. 33. Scarcity of Funds<br />Learning and Study center for Deaf students<br />ICT multimedia and training center<br />Deaf Sports Development program<br />Deaf performing Arts program<br />
  34. 34. PointstoPonder<br />“I slept and dreamt that life was joy, I woke and saw that life was but service. I serve and understood that service is joy.” --Rabindranath Tagore<br />
  35. 35. COME AND JOIN US!<br />IF YOU ARE:<br />Flexible<br />Open-minded<br />Willing to serve<br />Have a good sense of justice<br />Committed and dedicated<br />Willing to be an agent for change<br />Willing to learn and unlearn things<br />Willing to make a difference in the Deaf community<br />
  36. 36. Then you are the ONE we are looking for…..<br />
  37. 37. CONTACT US:<br />THE PROGRAM MANAGER<br />Call or text: 0932 202 7333<br />Tell no. 032 231 2601<br />Email address: gualandivolunters@yahoo.com<br />Website:<br />www.Gualandivolunteers.org<br />Office address:<br />#5 Emerald st. St. Micheal’s Village, Banilad, Cebu city.6000<br />
  38. 38. Domo Arigato!<br />(Thank You)<br />And <br />Yoi Ichi Nichi!<br />(Have a Great Day!)<br />
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