It’s Hard to be a Kid in Kiahe

Ariel Lalisan

I'm a teacher by profession. When I'm not in the classroom, I'd be in the mountains, exploring the wonderful creation of God. I'm also into photography, writing, filmmaking, song writing, and name-it-i'll-do-it. This blog is a proof that I love everything I do. This blog won the 2015 Blogger of the Year Award by Gobe Media Excellence Award.

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3 Responses

  1. KIAHE IS says:

    SIR, I SAW YOUR BLOG…SO AMAZING…WERE SO HAPPY THAT YOU REACH AND SERVE US THERE..ESPECIALLY THE YOUNG CHILDREN OF KIAHE…WE HOPE AND PRAY THAT MORE INDIVIDUALS LIKE YOU DO THE SAME…GOD BLESS YOU SIR AND MORE BLESSINGS AND KINDNESS TO COME…

    FROM KIAHE IS TEACHING FORCE..

  1. July 11, 2014

    […] and may this only be the first for Sarangani. In my previous post, I showed how difficult is the situation of the kids in Kiahe, another community in […]

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