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Celestine Halen Paddapad, Model Student from Ifugao given Laptop

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Celestine Halen Paddapad, a 4PS monitored child and a model student from Hungduan, Ifugao receives a laptop computer.

Celestine Halen Paddapad, Model Student from Hungduan, Ifugao receives a laptop computer from Office of the Presidential Management - CAR
Celestine Halen Paddapad, Model Student from Hungduan, Ifugao receives a laptop computer from Office of the Presidential Management - CAR

Celestine Halen Paddapad, a monitored child of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program from Hungduan, Ifugao received a Laptop Computer from the Office of the Presidential Management - Cordillera.

Celestine is 14 years old and currently in Grade 8 of Hapao National High School. She is one of the young models of the Cordillera where she was nominated as the regional finalist of the search for Pantawid Pamilya Exemplary Children and one of the delegates of the National Children's Congress from the region last year.

Celestine Halen Paddapad given a laptop by the Office of the Presidential Management-CAR
Celestine Halen Paddapad given a laptop by the Office of the Presidential Management-CAR

Celestine wants to finish school and help her family.

At an early age, some of her advocacy as a young model was to give priority to education, environmental protection, and to stop bullying.

The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) is a step towards human development by the national government that provides conditional cash grants to the poorest of the poor; and to improve the health, nutrition, and education of children aged 0-18.



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