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Clay Art Workshop

FEB 7-8, 2010

Foundation AWIT's Clay Art Workshop was held last February 7-8, 2010 aimed to teach UPOU CWTS student volunteers clay art that they can use in future work with children...

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ARTERAPI 1

SEPT - DEC, 2010

ARTERAPI 1 is both interactive and collaborative. After each module of art sessions with Teacher Pilar Zagala, persons with mental illness and their family members udergo a psychological processing on the experience of attending the art sessions...

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Group Therapy for Children with ADHD

FEB - MAY, 2010

In partnership with Foundation AWIT, the Section of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Philippine General Hospital came up with a six-module program consisting of various group activities...

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Suicide Prevention Training

JULY 2011

The Christoffel Blindenmission (CBM), Western Pacific Regional Office of the World Health Organization through the WHO Philippine Country Office and the Foundation AWIT, recently sponsored a series of suicide prevention lectures and training in Manila...

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Tahan-Tahanan

MARCH 2011

7th birthday celebration of Sulat Nadera at Tahan-Tahanan, East Avenue Medical Center, Quezon City.

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Palay, Bigas, Kanin 3 (CoreBook)

JUNE 2011

This is a CoreBook - a set of educational material grown around a core of artistic work. In this case the art-core is a set of songs inspired by the image of rice...

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Our Partners

Paz Abad Santos
Joey Ayala, BLAFI
NCCA
Philippine Mental Health Association
ICT Office
CBM
Museum of Everything
Jesus Noel Gocho
Erminia Colucci

Foundation AWIT

Foundation for Advancing Wellness, Instruction and Talents, Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit organization which aims to improve health, education and creative capacity of differently-abled persons through research and capacity building.

Who We Are

The foundation was established in memory of Awit Nadera (July 10, 2002 - December 13, 2006) who had hearing impairment, seizure disorder and global developmental delay.