Isusulong ng AP Partylist (Alliance of Public Transport Organization, Inc.) ang kapakanan ng bagong henerasyon ng Pilipinong manggagawa - Pilipinong taas noong maipagmamalaki ang pinagmulan ng kanyang mga magulang; Pilipinong bumabangon sa bawat pagsubok ng buhay; at Pilipinong lumalaban para sa kapwa kababayan.
Ang AP Rap Song mula kay Bassilyo, Smugglaz at Sisa! Ang pagbabago ay nasa kamay natin! Bawat pagsubok ay malalampasan nating mga Pilipino- nagkaka-isa, nagtutulungan at may tiwala sa Diyos. Tayo, ikaw, ako’y Pilipino! Basta’t sama-sama, kaya natin ‘to!
Halos 9,000 DSWD beneficiaries; 3,500 TUPAD workers; at 30 na nabuksang E-skwela Hub e-learning centers sa mahigit na 50 mga bayan sa iba't ibang panig ng bansa -- 'yan ang sama-sama nating napuntahan at nabigyan ng tulong nitong nakaraang taon.
With occurring lapses and concerns of the educational sector with respect to internet connectivity, resources for modules and inaccessibility of the devices brought about by the pandemic in the Philippines, Rep. Ronnie Ong has established E-learning hubs, aka E-skwela hubs, around the nation for the “new normal of learning.”
These e-learning hubs are located at Baguio City, City of Manila, Pasig City, San Francisco of Cebu, Poro of Cebu, Tudela of Cebu, Camotes Islands, Pilar of Cebu, Danao City of Cebu , Tuburan City of Cebu and in Batangas.
Ong initially proposed bike-to-work incentives to Filipinos who bike to work everyday. During the COVID19 pandemic, he launched the #LibrengBisikleta project started with the purpose of providing alternative transportation to workers in Metro Manila that had difficulties because of the implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine in the metro.
The project has distributed to workers from Katipunan, Ave of Quezon City, from Pasig City, from Sampaloc, Manila and to more. One of the beneficiaries of the #LibrengBisikleta is “Mang Dodong,” a fish vendor dubbed by Filipino netizens as “one of the faces of injustices during lockdown.”
Since July 2019, Rep. Ronnie Ong has been in partnership with animal welfare organization, Pawssion Project Philippines in lobbying for animal welfare laws, stray rescue and adoption drives and spay and neuter programs.
During the outbreak of COVID-19, together with Pawssion Project, they also conducted stray feeding and rescue to make sure strays continue to be fed and strays in need of rescue or fostering will be given homes for the meantime.
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