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  • Organisation

    Fairplay was founded in 2011 as a non-profit, non-government organisation intended to be part of the community and empower its beneficiaries. Fairplay’s goal is to level the playing field, which means creating opportunities that are appropriate, holistic, and sustainable within its area. Each area of the field must be levelled at the same time to break the cycle of poverty and solve the root cause of the problems, not just the symptoms. Its main programs are the Fairplay Academy, the first Democratic School in the Philippines, the Fairplay Café, a social business creating a livelihood for local mothers and ensuring healthier food options in the community, and the Payatas Sports Center, where between 100 and 200 players typically train each week in sports.

    • Organisation

      Fairplay was founded in 2011 as a non-profit, non-government organisation intended to be part of the community and empower its beneficiaries. Fairplay’s goal is to level the playing field, which means creating opportunities that are appropriate, holistic, and sustainable within its area. Each area of the field must be levelled at the same time to break the cycle of poverty and solve the root cause of the problems, not just the symptoms. Its main programs are the Fairplay Academy, the first Democratic School in the Philippines, the Fairplay Café, a social business creating a livelihood for local mothers and ensuring healthier food options in the community, and the Payatas Sports Center, where between 100 and 200 players typically train each week in sports.

    • Project

      The Social Intervention in Urban Poor Communities project aims to construct a practical model of community mental health through research and capacity-building. Through this project, an expanded understanding of the long-term effects of poverty on mental and emotional well-being will is being developed. This establishes a means of intervention to improve the mental and emotional health of people living in extremely poor communities and in the long run, provide better chances for long-term success when other opportunities arise, such as educational and economic opportunities. Safe, social spaces to conduct research and facilitate the sharing and learning of emotional and mental health techniques and practices are being developed by FPFA to.

      The main innovation they are working on is the creation of a capacity-building programme for developing emotional intelligence and combating ‘learned helplessness’ (Seligman, 2006), providing for a more supportive environment for personal and community development.

  • Project

    The Social Intervention in Urban Poor Communities project aims to construct a practical model of community mental health through research and capacity-building. Through this project, an expanded understanding of the long-term effects of poverty on mental and emotional well-being will is being developed. This establishes a means of intervention to improve the mental and emotional health of people living in extremely poor communities and in the long run, provide better chances for long-term success when other opportunities arise, such as educational and economic opportunities. Safe, social spaces to conduct research and facilitate the sharing and learning of emotional and mental health techniques and practices are being developed by FPFA to.

    The main innovation they are working on is the creation of a capacity-building programme for developing emotional intelligence and combating ‘learned helplessness’ (Seligman, 2006), providing for a more supportive environment for personal and community development.

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