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Passion People 938 Live

He calls himself a catalyst…for dreams. He has had more than thirty years experience helping people…first as a medical doctor and then as a full time Church volunteer.  His latest project is called Goducate. It provides the seed capital and training for rural livelihood projects overseas. Dr Paul Choo is Devika Misra’s guest on 6th September 2010 on Passion People at 938 Live.

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Listen to Dr Paul Choo on 938 Live radio podcast (9 min 23 sec)  Podcast

Go... & Educate!

Helping Needy Asians Help Themselves

Goducate is a non profit organization. The name itself comes from 2 words – “Go” and “Educate”.

“Go” means to proceed, to advance. It denotes a movement, passing from one place to another. It signifies progress being made.

“Educate” means to teach, to train, to groom, to refine. It describes a process to stimulate or develop the mental or moral growth of a person. It speaks of empowerment.

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Goducate musicians give their high school a pleasant surprise

On Nov 6, 2015, when the Masaya National High School celebrated their 2nd assembly, Card Giving and Oath-taking ceremony for the officers of their Parents and Teachers Association, Goducate musicians were invited to play for the event. The school had known of the Goducate music program since 2011, when some of their students then were part of the program. But the school had a pleasant surprise when they found out that 4 of the 6 musicians who turned up for the event were current students at the school. The other 2 were alumni of the school.

The four current students were Ericka Laus and Loween Ricafort, both grade 7 students at the school and Blessina Suncaya and Sonny Boy Espanola both grade 8 students, and all were violinists. The other two, Manuel Factor and Rea Cabalfin, are volunteer workers at Goducate Laguna, who were glad to be able to show their gratitude to their alma mater by playing for the event.

The principal and teachers were very pleased with their students’ musical performance and look forward to more performances by Goducate musicians. Goducate hopes that our musicians’ love for music and dedication to learning to play an instrument will be an inspiration to others.

The Violinists

The Violinists

Rea, the flautist

Rea, the flautist

Goducate scholars in Laguna help with medical mission

On Oct 26, Goducate Laguna, together with a partner group, held a medical mission at the Goducate Training Center in Laguna. The partner group provided the medical team of 5 doctors, 2 nurses, and 8 medical assistants. Goducate Laguna staff, Goducate scholars, and members of the Provincial Police Department … … Read More

Goducate starts English Corner sessions in high school in Philippines

Speaking fluent English is a necessary communication tool and an important skill needed in most countries, and also in the Philippines. Hence Goducate is offering an English Corner program to Leonora Salapantan National High School in San Miguel, Iloilo, the area where the Goducate Training Center is situated.

The … … Read More