JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT ICAD FOUNDATION #15 Wilson Street, West Greenhills, San Juan, METRO MANILA, PHILIPPINES Tel: +63 2 584 69 59    Email:   Vacancy: Office staff, Accountant, Legal consultant, Housekeeper, Carpenter   Skills & Experience: Academic degree, qualification/license. Degree related to jobs with the ability to perform respective position. Basic computer skill for needed area More experienced one is ... Read More »

Mayon Volcano: The Danger of its Beauty


It has been for many years, silent and in a deep sleep, as they say, tourists as such and people all over the world took the time to travel, witness and admire its captivating beauty almost as if it is a painting done by an ancient artist from outer space.  But the volcano’s situation at present is far more lethal ... Read More »

EU report criticizes Turkey over judicial independence, press freedom


The European Union has strongly criticized the way the Turkish government handled allegations of corruption in December 2013, expressing concerns about the independence of the judiciary and increased pressure on the media. In its annual progress report released on Wednesday, the EU said “the response of the government following allegations of corruption in December 2013 has given rise to serious concerns regarding ... Read More »

San Juan City recognizes Kimse Yok Mu scholars


Dr. Rowena Cacanindin, DepEd Superintendent of San Juan City, gave Fountain International School and Kimse Yok Mu the honor to have her as a guest in the giving of Scholarship Certificates to the Kimse Yok Mu scholars. This event was held to recognize the 16 scholarship grants given by the Kimse Yok Mu Foundation, one of the largest charity organizations ... Read More »

ICAD Hosts Annual Beef Sharing


The Integrative Center for Alternative Development (ICAD) Foundation, the founder of Fountain International School, took center stage as it hosted the annual Beef Sharing last Sunday, October 5. The Foundation joined forces with the local government units of both San Juan City and Mandaluyong City with the respective Mayors Guia Gomez and Benhur Abalos in attendance. Some FIS teachers and ... Read More »



The Pacific Dialogue Foundation, Inc. and Integrative Center for Alternative Development Foundation, Inc., hosted the “Friendship Dinner” on August 30, 2012. It was held at Crowne Plaza, Ortigas Center, Pasig City. The dinner was attended by several prominent government officials including Senator Teofisto Guingona, Congresswoman Aliah Dimaporo, Congresswoman Imelda Dimaporo, Congresswoman Reena C. Obillo, Congressman Rufus Rodriguez and San Juan City ... Read More »

Armin Altamirano Secretary of Education, The Philippines gives examples of Peacebuilding in schools


Armin Altamirano Luistro, born December 24, 1961 in Lipa, Batangas, Philippines, is a Filipino Lasallian Brother, who serves as secretary of the Department of Education of the Philippines. Luistro entered De La Salle Scholasticate (the center for academic training of De La Salle Brothers) in Manila on April 1979 while he was studying in De La Salle University (DLSU). He ... Read More »

Rochelle Hendricks Secretary of Higher Education on Peacebuilding in Ecducation


New Jersey’s first secretary of higher education, Rochelle Hendricks, has more than 20 years of experience working on education issues in the Garden State. Appointed to the Cabinet-level post by Governor Chris Christie in May, Secretary Hendricks had served previously as acting commissioner of New Jersey’s Department of Education, having been named to that post in August 2010. Prior to ... Read More »