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The AYNLA 2011 Year-End Report

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. II. III. IV. V. VI.

Introduction Vision, Mission, Thematic Area of Work Officials Affiliations & Memberships Chapter Development Implemented Projects

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VII. Sister Organizations VIII. Financial Report 2010-2011 IX. Accolades

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AYNLA Fiscal Year 2010-2011


The Alliance of Young Nurse Leaders and Advocates International Inc. (AYNLA) was officially registered in July 2010 in the Securities & Exchange Commission in Manila, Philippines. AYNLA is a registered non-stock, non-profit, nursing organization that advocates universal access to healthcare, health as a human right and the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). AYNLA became a forefront organization for young nurses & other health professionals that forge health as a basic human right but maintaining its dynamic and cool character thus earning its trust among many nurses. AYNLAs vision is to become the forefront international professional organization for young leaders in nursing and healthcare advocating the achievement of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals through holistic nursing leadership & advance practice, health advocacy, youth empowerment and nationbuilding. With this, members & officers are focused to help make our society a better place to live by providing health education, information, research, and services. The organization is also rapidly growing in the Philippines and also in other countries such as in the United States of America, the United Kingdom and in Ghana. AYNLA Philippines have around 30 recognized local chapters & core groups. AYNLA is also very much present in the social media through social networking sites and its own official website. Online members can get immediate access to AYNLAs updates and postings. AYNLA promoted health issues using Facebook, Twitter, blogging and podcast. Recently, AYNLA took an active role in helping the current crisis on unemployment & alleged exploitation of nurses in the House of Representatives and Senate. Because of this AYNLA espoused to protecting the rights of nurses. This later became an integral part of AYNLAs mission to serve the nursing profession and its members.

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VISION AYNLA International envisions itself as the forefront international professional organization for young leaders in nursing and healthcare advocating the achievement of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals through holistic nursing leadership & advance practice, health advocacy, youth empowerment and nation-building (2010) AYNLAs International Service Motto is I LEAD to SERVE reflecting the organizations core values: I L E A D S MISSION With this vision, AYNLA International shall uphold its mission to: 1. 2. 3. 4. Attain Professional Standards through holistic Leadership; Work for Nurses' Welfare globally; Assist new nurses in employment & practice in the profession; Discover potential artistic talents of members & provide avenues for exposure and development; 5. Strengthen internal capacities and capabilities for better quality health care services by members; 6. Respond to the changing health needs of the global society through advocacy and activism; 7. Conduct seminars, summits, conference and research studies; 8. Fund, support or find funding for scholarships in post-graduate education; 9. Empower young nurses and other members through active participation in activities of nation-building, youth empowerment and global partnerships & exchanges; 10. Mobilize members to continuously impact the organization making it more sustainable and independent especially on its finances; 11. Help achieve the 8 Millennium Developmental Goals of the United Nations; and 12. Establish strong linkages with national and international agencies in the attainment and furtherance of its organizational goals. THEMATIC AREA OF WORK Achievement of the Millennium Development Goals especially the Health-Related Goals 4, 5 & 6 (Reproductive & Sexual Health & Rights; Maternal & Child Health; Comprehensive Sexuality Education; LGBT & PWDs Reproductive Health; Treatment, Innovation Leadership Excellence Advocacy Dedication Service to Humanity

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Care & Support to Most-at-Risk Populations on HIV & AIDS; Education, & Training on HIV & AIDS Care Nursing) Access to Universal Health (Participation in DOH Agency Budget Consultation; participation to RNHEALS deployment; health as a human right advocacy) Advocating Nurses Rights (lobbying for legislation to protect nurses rights in Congress, promoting decent work opportunities for nurses OFFICIALS AYNLA since its registration in 2010 installed national & local leaders through appointment to office. The Alliance appointed different set of national and local officers; first from 2010-2011 and the last set is appointed in 2012-2013. The Alliance is headed by its Interim Board of Trustees composed of dynamic & dedicated young nurse leaders who have committed to fulfill AYNLAs vision of becoming an active nursing organization advocating universal access to healthcare while protecting nurses rights & welfare. The Interim Board will end their terms in 2012. The national election of officers including the new set of the Board of Trustees is set in September 2011 during rd AYNLAs 3 National Convention & 1st National Congress. The Trustee-Elect shall serve starting January 2013. This is the table showing the former & current set of AYNLA Officials: Position Board of Trustees
Chairman Vice Chairman Secretary Treasurer Auditor Members

2010-2011
Alvin Cloyd Dakis Reigner Jireh Antiquera Norman Solamo Loribelle Cristobal Ann Krystle Liz Calalo Charmischelle Constante (resigned) / Jonathan Monis Czarina Lucila Jann Carlo Naz Michael Leocadio

2012-2013
Alvin Cloyd Dakis Reigner Jireh Antiquera Norman Solamo Loribelle Cristobal Czarina Lucila Ann Krystle Liz Calalo Jonathan Monis Jann Carlo Naz Michael Leocadio

Executive Council National President Executive Vice President

Alvin Cloyd Dakis Norman Solamo

Alvin Cloyd Dakis Reigner Jireh Antiquera

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VP Northern Philippines VP Southern Philippines Secretary General Deputy Secretary General Executive Cabinet Dept. of Budget Management & Finance Dept. of Advance Practice, Education & Research Dept. of Community Development & Humanitarian Operations Dept. of Chapter Management & Internal Affairs Dept. of Advocacy Support & Political Affairs Dept. of Special Programmes & Marketing Dept. of Publication & Media Relations Dept. of International Relations & Global Affairs Commissions Nominations & Elections Appointments Bicameral Congress LEAGUE OF GOVERNORS Chairperson Secretary Members NCR Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 CAR Region 1 Region 2 Region 3 Region 4 Region 5 Region 6 Region 7 Region 8

November Ramos Ramon Perley Pandaan Jonathan Ruelos Alexis Quillope

November Ramos Jan Stanley Diaresco Kristine Mae Fernandez

Loribelle Cristobal Michael Leocadio Raymond Jay Mazo Jr.

Loribelle Cristobal Salvador Valladores Joana May Babon

Ivy Tejada Jonathan Monis Wo Chan Min Lea Encarnacion Lady Nancy Lisondra Raymond Garcia Janina Gillian Santos Lady Nancy Lisondra

Jann Carlo Naz

Norman Solamo

Ivy Tejada (Reg.3) Maynard Domingo Czarina Lucila Jonathan Monis Shangri-la Juan Salvador Valladores Raechelle Cuanso Hedrich Calderon Luigi Prada Guzman Ivy Tejada David Reyes Jan Stanley Diaresco Harby Abellanosa Emmanuel Lim

Billy Jay Guansing (Reg.3) John Paul Patriarca (Reg.6)

Czarina Lucila Luigi Prada Guzman Shangri-la Juan Darren Carino Hedrich Calderon John Paul Balisi Billy Jay Guansing Sylvester Tionko Jennylyn Acero John Paul Patriarca Harvey Regalado

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Region 9 Region 10 Region 11 Region 12 Region 13 ARMM

Simoun Henry Yumol George Michael Lim Patrick Soria Elviro Firmalino Jr. Cid Benedict Pabalan Elviro Firmalino Jr.

COUNCIL OF MAYORS Chairperson Secretary Members Manila Pasay Valenzuela Caloocan Mandaluyong Makati Las Pinas Muntinlupa Quezon City Abra BaguioBenguet Pangasinan Ilocos Sur Ilocos Norte La Union Nueva Vizcaya Tuguegarao Nueva Ecija Pampanga Tarlac Bulacan Bataan Zambales Cavite Camarines Sur Iloilo Aklan Negros Occidental Capiz Negros Oriental Cebu

John Paul Patriarca (Iloilo) Ann Krystle Liz Calalo Maynard Domingo Marvee Allan Bergonia Sunshine Capuz Maria Lovely Bieles Edelman Delmundo Kristine Mae Fernandez

Mary Junillee Arano (Iloilo) Randy Mendoza (Pangasinan) Razel Custodio Maynard Domingo Marvee Allan Bergonia

Edelman Delmundo Cesar Arada Jose Andrelin Dela Cruz Erosbon Sabedo Rollen Guivac Randy Mendoza Russel de Lara Elvis Quitalig Jonalene Apolinar

Darren Carino Jennifer Bernardino Leonard Cylef Caluag Raymund Dela Pena Alvin Cruz Jonalene Apolinar

Billy Jay Guansing Raymond Lacson Lea Marie Salazar Ronnel dela Rosa Sylvester Tionko Jennylyn Acero John Paul Patriarca Cara Yatar Carl Marie Tuvilla

Rommel Yapchiongco Clarissa Saldua Lea Marie Salazar Ronnel dela Rosa Sallie Ria Malayan Eddie Sistoso Sylene Sabino Mary Junillee Arano Mark Ryan Portuguez Jomar Devano Gladys Geraldine Padayhag Stephanie Claros

Harvey Regalado Cristine Bejer

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Zamboanga del Sur Davao Davao del Sur General Santos International Coordinators USA UK Ghana International Consultants USA Canada Philippines Board of

Cid Benedict Pabalan Marc Shane Adeva Rafaith Gonora

Marc Shane Adeva Rafaith Gonora

Roseanne Ramirez

Roseanne Ramirez Angelica Ligas JunJun Medran Dayle RJ Marquez Daniel Dzokah

Barbara Dossey Grace Stanley Deva-Marie Beck Eufemia Octaviano Leyden Florido Raquel Tejada

Barbara Dossey Karen Morin Deva-Marie Beck Esperanza Cabral Jaime Galvez Tan Ruth Padilla Eufemia Octaviano

Affiliated Organizations Alliance of Young Health Advocates (AYHA) President Doreen Era Murata Vice President for Luzon Vice President for Visayas Vice President for Mindanao Secretary General Neil Lomibao Treasurer-in-Trust Auditor General Media Relations Officer Student Nurses Alliance of the Philippines (SNAP) Focal Persons Calvin Kenneth Reyes Specialized Groups Reproductive Health Nurses Association of the Philippines (RHNAP) President Secretary General

Jose Mateo dela Cruz Marikris Dickson De Guzman Wilhelm Wade Eusores January Cutin Neil Lomibao Aiza Baldonado Janjan Mercader Maane Cauton

Josephine Alava Sanchez Jonathan Monis

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Rainbow Nightingale Corps (RNC) Focal Persons Integrated Media, Performing Arts and Creativity Team (IMPACT) Focal Person

Oscar Atadero

Maria Kristina Siuagan

AYNLA is also joined by different international & national nursing & medical experts to help & guide the Alliance in its advocacy. The International Board of Consultants (IBC) is invited by the Alliance Board through its Chairman to help AYNLA and its advocacy. Invitation of IBC members are based on the standards set by the AYNLA By-Laws and shall be coterminous with the Board of Trustees. There are currently seven (7) members of the IBC which shall serve until 2013. International Board of Consultants 2012-2013
Dr. Barbara Montgomery-Dossey Nurse Theorist, Theory of Integral Nursing Pioneer in Holistic Nursing Movement & Co-Founder of the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) A Florence Nightingale Expert Biographer & Scholar International Co-Director of the Nightingale Initiative for Global Health (NIGH) Dr. Karen Morin Immediate Past President of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nurses (STTI) Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Dr. Deva-Marie Beck International Co-Director of the Nightingale Initiative for Global Health (NIGH) One of the representatives of the nursing profession to the World Health Organization & to United Nations Conferences Honorary Member to the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO)

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Dr. Esperanza Cabral Senior Policy Advisor of the United Nations Populations FundPhilippines Former Secretary of the Department of Health Former Secretary of the Department of Social Welfare & Development

Dr. Jaime Galvez-Tan Former Secretary of the Department of Health President of the Health Futures Foundation Inc. Professor of the University of the Philippines College of Medicine President, Aksyon Demokratiko

Nr. Ruth Rana-Padilla Nursing Consultant to the Secretary of Health Former Commissioner of the Professional Regulation Commission Former President of the Philippine Nurses Association

Dr. Eufemia Octaviano Former Chairperson of the Board of Nursing, Professional Regulation Commission Nursing Board Reviewer & Director of the Holistic Nursing Consultancy

AFFILIATIONS AYNLA has been active in building partnerships to advance its causes and to foster a wider network to achieve a common goal. In 2010-2011, AYNLA forged both formal and informal partnerships with other civil society organizations, coalitions, and advocacy group. International/Developmental
World Health Organization Global Health Workforce Alliance Member Global Youth Action Network

National
Department of Health Ad-Hoc Committee Member Partner National Anti-Poverty

Regional/Local
Oriental Negros Childrens Advocacy Network (Negros Oriental) Member Eaglecomm (Pampanga)

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Member

Commission (Youth & Students Sector Council Member) Sectoral Council Member, Presidential Appointment National Youth Commission Member, YORP Finalist, TAYO 9 Philippine National AIDS Council

Partner

Global Youth Coalition on HIV & AIDS Member Nightingale Initiative for Global Health

Association of Diabetes Nurse Educators of the Philippines (Las Pinas) Partner Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines (Iloilo) Partner Philippine Red Cross (La Union, Pasay, Pangasinan, Zambales) Partner Global Learning Institute Corporate Partner

Member Partner United Nations Populations Fund Reproductive Health Advocacy Philippines Network Partner Member, Youth Advocacy Panel United Nations Millennium Campaign Partner Member Reproductive Health Practitioners of the Philippines Secretariat Youth Consortium for Reproductive Health Founding Member, National Secretariat Philippine Nursing Roadmap Coalition Founding Member

KAKAMMPI Inc. (NCR) Media Partner

Government Partnership AYNLA has established linkages & forged partnerships with different Philippine government agencies especially with the Department of Health National Center for Health Promotion and the Health Human Resource Development Bureau. AYNLA assisted these offices of the Department of Health in delivering health services during the Lakbay Buhay Kalusugan health caravan, and also in providing essential information being part of the Ad Hoc Committee for the alleged exploitation of nurses through illegitimate training/volunteer programs. AYNLA also became a member of the National Anti-Poverty Commission Youth & Students Sector. Chosen from more than 200 organizations, only about 80 were chosen nationwide. As a member of the sector, AYNLA is privileged to be in the Sectoral Assembly that choses the members of the Sectoral Council, which then drafts the Sectoral Agenda of the Students & Youth to be submitted to NAPC and approved by the President of the Philippines. AYNLAs representative, President Alvin Dakis was elected by the Assembly to be one of the Council members. As member of the council, AYNLA
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lobbied for the youth to have equal access to healthcare without bias & discrimination and supported for the initiative to support the following measures: Reproductive Health Bill, Anti-Discrimination Bill, amendments to the Philippine AIDS Law, Students Rights & Welfare Bill, Sangguniang Kabataan Reform Bill and the Local Youth Development Council Bill.

AYNLA Chair & President receiving the Certificate of Appreciation from DOH Secretary Enrique Ona during their partnership on the Lakbay Buhay Kalusugan

AYNLA Board with DOH Nursing Consultant Ruth Padilla and staff from DOH Health Human Resource Development Bureau during the House Committee Hearing on the alleged exploitation of nurses

AYNLA Chair Alvin Dakis and AYHA Chair Joey dela Cruz at the National Sectoral Assembly of the National Anti-Poverty Commission. AYNLA was appointed as one of the members of the Sectoral Council for 2012-2015

AYNLA Vice Chair Reign Antiquera representing the Nursing Sector during the Senate Committee Hearing on the Senate Reproductive Health Act chaired by Senator Pia Cayetano. He is joined by many health & technical leaders such as former Health Secretary Alberto Romualdez

When AYNLA gathered its members to have nationally coordinated events commemorating the World AIDS Day, AYNLA also became active in the HIV awareness advocacy. Knowing that many nurses are not sensitized and trained to handle clients undergoing HIV testing, counseling & treatment, AYNLA started among its members, to expose them to the HIV Advocacy. This lead AYNLA to partner with other locally initiated HIV groups and national advocacy organizations. AYNLA also joined the

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different initiatives set by the Philippine National AIDS Council and started to help the national advocacy by encouraging more nurse members join the advocacy. AYNLA also became a member of the National Youth Commission Youth Organization Registration Program (YORP) in 2010. By becoming a member of YORP, AYNLA becomes a registered youth organization recognized by the Commission and is able to network with different youth organizations that tackle issues of young people in the country. Becoming a YORP member also pave the way for AYNLA to join the 2011 Outstanding Youth Organizations Awards. Civil Society Partnership Since AYNLAs inception, it has been working closely with many civil society organizations including women, youth, and professional organizations. AYNLA partnered with different organizations both in our local chapters and in the national level. AYNLA is a member of the Reproductive Health Advocacy Network which is the national network of advocates working on for the passage of a national legislation providing reproductive & sexual health in the country. One notable localized membership in a coalition called Oriental Negros Children Advocacy Network. This is an example of how AYNLA Local Chapters network with other organizations to advance its vision and mission. International Partnership AYNLA is a member of the World Health OrganizationGlobal Health Workforce Alliance, Global Youth Action Network and the Global Youth Coalition on HIV & AIDS. All of these memberships enabled the Alliance to network with the leaders working on global health issues & advocacy including HIV & AIDS, nursing & global health, health human resource and young peoples initiatives & developments. Also, AYNLA has been working with the Nightingale Initiative for Global Health, an international group of nurse advocates for the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals and to have global access to healthcare by all people. AYNLA collaborated with NIGH in celebrating the 2010 International Year of the Nurse which was also lobbied in the United Nations for its international recognition to the efforts of nurses to bring about global health. AYNLA also became a leading organization that NIGH collaborates especially NIGHs presence in the country. AYNLA was part of the 6th Country Program of the United Nations Populations FundPhilippines and helped UNFPA in achieving its goals in population & development. This year AYNLA leads the Youth Consortium of the 7th Country Program of UNFPA for 2012-2016.

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AYNLA Board with different Civil Society leaders advocating for reproductive health and House Speaker Sonny Belmonte and NAPC Asec. Lila Shahani

AYNLA Board at the Stand Up Take Action (SUTA) MDG Week in Congress together with UN Millennium Campaign

UNDP Country Director Renaud Meyer and WHO Nursing & Midwifery Consultant Kathleen Fritsch shared their messages of support to AYNLA during st its 1 Millennium Convention

AYNLA was featured as one of the partners-inaction of the Nightingale Initiative for Global Health in its global report last year

Historical photo done by one participant of the 1 Millennium Convention that was featured in the Philippine Country Report on the MDGs used with permission by the UN Millennium Campaign. This is also the winner of the Millennium Convention 2010 Photo Contest

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Meeting with Dr. Patricia Pittman of the Alliance for International Ethical Recruitment Practices with AYNLA promoting the Code of Ethical Conduct for the recruitment of foreign-educated health professionals to the United States. With AYHA President Joey dela Cruz, AYNLA President Alvin Dakis, Advocacy Support Secretary Jonathan Monis & Executive Vice President Reign Antiquera

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CHAPTER DEVELOPMENT AYNLA has rapidly expanded in barely 2 years of legal operations. AYNLA first known chapter was in Cebu but it was in Manila when its chapters are organized under its legal registration. AYNLA is now present in three main islands of the Philippines and also has international coordinators in the US, UK and Ghana. AYNLA operates in the National Capital Region through its identified zones while works in the regions through its regional councils. The most basic form of governance in the Alliance is the Local Chapter headed by a Chapter Mayor. The Regional Council is headed by a Zonal/Regional Governor and International Coordinators heads the international clusters. AYNLA has a membership base of around 12,000 online through its website and its social networking sites, however, its registered, paid members are around 2,000 nationwide and is still growing rapidly. Local chapters also manage their own webpages & social network sites. AYNLA Fiscal Year 2010 2011 Zone / Region Recognized Chapter NCR Zone I Manila Pasay NCR Zone II Valenzuela Caloocan NCR Zone III Quezon City NCR Zone IV Mandaluyong NCR Zone V Makati Taguig NCR Zone VI Las Pinas Muntinlupa CAR Abra Baguio-Benguet Region I La Union Ilocos Sur Ilocos Norte Pangasinan Region II Tuguegarao Nueva Vizcaya Region III Nueva Ecija Pampanga Bulacan Tarlac Bataan

Remarks Currently managed by OIC Zonal Governors & Mayors

Merged Core Group Core Group Core Group

Inactive

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Region IV Region V Region VI

Region VII Region IX Region XI Region XII TOTAL Regions: 12

Zambales Cavite Camarines Sur Iloilo Aklan Negros Occidental Negros Oriental Cebu Zamboanga Del Sur Davao Davao del Sur General Santos Chapters: 35

Core Group Core Group

Core Group

Core Group

International Clusters USA (2) Texas Florida UK (1) Ghana (1) TOTAL: 4 To date, there are 35 recognized Local Chapters of the Alliance present in 12 regions of the country and 4 International Clusters. Chapter Seals The Alliances Local Chapters have recognized the need to have their own identity and so made their own chapter seals following the provisions set by the AYNLA By-Laws. The chapter seals are officially used during local chapters project implementation & representation. Here are some of their chapter seals:

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Membership AYNLA membership is a fast & dynamically growing one. After it was founded it grew exponentially especially when it opened itself to have online members. Online members are members who joined the Alliance through AYNLAs website and social networking sites. Online members get updates and interact with other online members but they do not get elected nor be elected to office. Only registered members who have paid to become regular members have this benefit. Registered members also get discounts in post-graduate updates & work referrals. Registered Members Nationwide (2009-2011) AYNLA Website Online Members (2009-2011) Social Networking Site Members (2009-2011) 2,000 1,272 11,900

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Student Members (SNAP) (2009-2010) AYHA Members (2010-2011) RHNAP Members (2012) AYNLAs National Presence & Constituency

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AYNLA Governors & Mayors convene during the 1 Millennium Convention in Manila

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Iloilo Chapter

Abra Chapter

Nueva Ecija Chapter

Negros Occidental Chapter

Pampanga Chapter

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Cebu Chapter

Las Pinas Chapter

Camarines Sur Chapter

Tarlac Chapter

Nueva Vizcaya

Negros Oriental Chapter

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Pasay Chapter

La Union Chapter

Bataan Chapter

General Santos Chapter

Pangasinan Chapter

Makati-Taguig Chapter

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Cavite Chapter

Valenzuela Chapter

IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS The Alliance has implemented quite a number of notable advocacy projects & programs despite of the fact that it only has very meager fund coming from membership fees & some sponsors. However, because of its very dedicated & committed members, AYNLA has implemented many projects in partnership with different civil society organizations and even from the local government. AYNLA also believed that having more partners to implement a project will create a better and wider outcome. Since 2010 AYNLA has partnered with the following organizations: United Nations Population Fund Philippines United Nations Millennium Campaign Nightingale Initiative for Global Health Department of Health National Center for Health Promotion Department of Health Health Human Resource Development Bureau National Anti-Poverty Commission National Youth Commission Gabriela Womens Party Kabataan Partylist Reproductive Health Advocacy Network Reproductive Health Practitioners of the Philippines Philippine NGO Council for Health & Development Youth Consortium for Reproductive Health Democratic Socialist Women of the Philippines Likhaan Center for Womens Health Inc. Filipino Nurses Online Network Oriental Negros Children Advocacy Network Mandaue Chamber of Commerce & Industry Eaglecomm Pampanga TAYO Awards Foundation Inc.
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Gusi Peace Prize Foundation Inc. SexandSensibilities.com Philippine Red Cross Probe Media Foundation Inc. Association of Diabetes Nurse Educators of the Philippines Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines

AYNLA has created projects in coordination with different organizations, both locally & nationally. AYNLA creates programs and projects according to its eight (8) service areas: Education & Research, Community Development, Chapter Management, Media Relations, Advocacy Support, International Affairs, Marketing and Finance. EDUCATION & RESEARCH A. Professional Development Trainings/Seminars/Updates AYNLA created & organized different professional & leadership development seminars depending on the availability of resources of every Local Chapter. AYNLA Local Chapters report to the National Office all accomplished seminars/trainings they have conducted in their areas. Most commonly, they already include membership renewal & processing for those who will be attending. Others include general orientation of members and one scientific update in a day. Some of the topics covered that was organized were: a. HIV & AIDS Nursing b. Newborn Screening c. Nursing Entrepreneurship d. Diabetes Management e. Renal Nursing f. Telehealth Nursing g. Nursing Leadership & Management h. Political Issues in Nursing

Newborn Screening, Iloilo

HIV & AIDS, Iloilo

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Nursing Research & Leadership, Pangasinan

Reproductive Health Nursing, Abra

1 Philippine National Symposium on Wound Care AYNLA became one of its main partners

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Reproductive Health Nursing, Nueva Vizcaya

B. National Convention AYNLA regularly conducts its national convention every September of the year. The AYNLA national convention is dubbed the Millennium Convention because it tackles the Millennium Development Goals from 2010-2015. Also the Millennium Convention features recent developments in the nursing profession through its scientific sessions. The MDGs will constitute a large part of the Millennium Convention and shall be distributed by twos per year: a. 2010 : Preview & Introduction to the Millennium Development Goals b. 2011 : MDG 4 (Reduce Child Mortality), MDG 5 (Improve Maternal Health) c. 2012 : MDG 3 (Women Empowerment), MDG 6 (Halting HIV & AIDS) d. 2013 : MDG 1 (Eradicate Hunger & Poverty), MDG 2 (Access to Primary Education) e. 2014 : MDG 7 (Ensure Sustainable Environment), MDG 8 (International Development) f. 2015 : Review of Scorecard of the MDGs & AYNLAs efforts to help achieve the goals The following nursing trends & issues were also tackled in the Millennium Convention: a. Telehealth nursing b. Nurses in government service c. Reproductive & sexual health nursing

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d. Maternal & child health nursing e. Nursing research f. Nursing entrepreneurship United Nations agencies were also able to assist AYNLAs Millennium Convention by providing some IEC & promotional materials and technical support. The following offices have been supporting and assisting the convention: a. b. c. d. United Nations Millennium Campaign United Nations Population Fund Philippines United Nations Development Program United Nations Joint Program on HIV & AIDS

National government agencies also helped & supported the Millennium Convention by participating and sending their resource/expert speakers during the scientific sessions and or during national consultation with AYNLA nurses: a. b. c. d. e. f. Philippine Senate House of Representatives Department of Health National Youth Commission Professional Regulation Commission Board of Nursing

1 Millennium Convention MDG: MDGs 1-8 Introduction Theme: iLEAD to Serve. Achieve the MDGs Date: September 18-19, 2010

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Millennium Convention MDG: MDGs 4 & 5

Theme: E-MC2: Engaging in Maternal & Child Health to Achieve MDGs 4 & 5 Date: October 08-09, 2011

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Keynote: Senator Francis Chiz Escudero Keynote: Representative Emmi de Jesus Gabriela Womens Party

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with AYNLA Consultants, Dr. Octaviano & BON Sto. Tomas

Keynote Speaker, Rep. Emmi de Jesus of Gabriela Womens Party with AYNLA Chair Alvin Dakis, Vice Chair Reign Antiquera, Board Member & Sec-Gen of the Youth Consortium for Reproductive Health Jonathan Monis and Chair of the League of Governors John Paul Patriarca of Region 6

Keynote Speaker, Sen. Escudero with NYC Executive Director Pol Maleniza, AYNLA Chair Alvin Dakis, Vice Chair Reign Antiquera & AYNLA Consultants Dr. Octaviano & BON Sto. Tomas

Speakers and members signed the National Manifesto of Support of Nurses to a Comprehensive Reproductive & Sexual Health Law in the Philippines

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The Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses Association st of the Philippines participated in the 1 Millennium Convention

1 Consultative Session with representatives from DOH, PRC & BON with AYNLA Nurses attended by PRC Chair Atty. Teresita Manzala, DOH Nursing Consultant Ruth Padilla & BON Member Perla Po

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Convention competitions such as poster-making, essay writing and photography are done within the convention. Incidentally the winner of the photography conference was also featured in the 2010 MDG Country Report by UNMC

Sponsors booths in the convention

C. Data Gathering Occasionally, AYNLA conducts Focus-Group Discussions (FGDs) and online surveys to solicit data and or responses from its members on certain issues. a. Profiling this is done through the AYNLA website where an online member will have to input several information about him/her profiling his/her membership to the Alliance. In this way, the Alliance will know how many of its members are under the category of students, registered nurses or advocates. Small-scale profiling is also done through the Local Chapters b. Online Surveys from time-to-time AYNLA would solicit responses from its members through online surveys and forms being submitted directly to their e-mail addresses. In this way, the Alliance gets the direct pulse from its members.

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & HUMANITARIAN OPERATIONS A. Kalingang Bayan (Nurses Mission) Kalingang Bayan or KB is the community development program of AYNLA and is widely implemented in all its local chapters. KB was formerly known as Nursing Missions as it is organized and managed by nurses. It differs from Medical Missions because it is focused in health promotion & education while the latter is commonly known to implement curative services like giving of medicines. In 2011, AYNLAs Kalingang Bayan became widely known after it won as an Area Finalist and became a National Finalist of the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations of the National Youth Commission. Kalingang Bayan piloted its program in the following areas: 1. Manila 2. Pasay 3. Las Pinas 4. Taguig 5. Iloilo 6. Negros Oriental 7. Pampanga 8. Nueva Ecija Each Kalingang Bayan is slightly different from the other since it needs to address the identified health concerns of the specific communities the Local Chapter has adopted. Some of the services being done and has been implemented in KB Missions are: 1. Nursing consultations 2. Vital Signs monitoring 3. Blood sugar monitoring 4. Health education to children 5. Health education to teens 6. Health education to parents/adults 7. Distribution of medicines 8. Assistance to dental services 9. Reproductive & sexual health education/consultation 10. Mental health consultation 11. Basic nutrition services to children 12. Basic disaster training

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Community leaders consultation with Local Chief Executives in San Andres, Manila

Pedagogy & use of interactive games as form of health education to mothers, children and adolescents

Health promotion education such as basic handwashing taught to children

Assistance to dental services in collaboration with District 5 Kagawad Association in Manila

Dispensing of donated medicines & educating clients during the KB Taguig Mission with Rotary Club of Makati Essensa

Basic nutrition program during the KB Pampanga Mission with Eaglecomm, Copylandia & the Local Government of Pampanga

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Minor surgical mission (circumcision) done in KB Pampanga Mission

Weight management program done in KB Negros Oriental Mission

Basic bandaging & first aid training to local residents done in Iloilo Mission

Diabetes screening & complication management consultation done in KB Las Pinas Mission

Vital signs & blood pressure monitoring very commonly done in all KB Missions nationwide

Local media presence during KB Mission in Pampanga

B. Lakbay Buhay Kalusugan a joint project with the Department of Health, Probe Media Foundation and USAID along with other project partners in line with the Health Agenda of the Aquino Administration in providing Filipinos access to quality health care. LBK as commonly known is a mobile health caravan (a bus sponsored by Victory Liner) with consultation & examination clinics with focus on

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maternal & child care and a health promotion arena with a festive mood where AYNLA nurses teach about basic hygienic practices to children, promotion of healthy lifestyle and healthy parenting to parents. The LBK bus aimed to deliver health services to geographically isolated and disadvantaged areas targeting pregnant women and children. In 2011 during its first phase of implementation, the LBK bus travelled the following areas: 1. Tarlac (with AYNLA Tarlac) 2. Pangasinan (with AYNLA Pangasinan) 3. Nueva Ecija (with AYNLA Nueva Ecija) 4. Bohol 5. Negros Occidental (with AYNLA Negros Occidental) 6. Bukidnon 7. Davao del Sur (with AYNLA Davao Del Sur) 8. Compostela Valley 9. South Cotabato 10. Maguindanao AYNLA became a vital force of this project because it became the provider of nurses which then became the service providers during the caravans.

The LBK Bus

LBK Major Daily Print Advertisement

Some of the teaching materials used in the caravan

AYNLA Nueva Ecija Chapter joining the LBK Team

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Topics & services listed to be provided

AYNLA team meets DOH team for LBK Project

ADVOCACY SUPPORT & POLITICAL AFFAIRS Health Policy Reform AYNLA is an active partner in health policy reform initiatives by the government and with civil society organizations. AYNLA after its legal registration under the Securities & Exchange Commission & Professional Regulation Commission joined the National Youth Commissions Youth Organization Registration Program as the first young professional nursing organization to be registered under this program. When AYNLA joined NYC it gave young nurses the chance to participate in youth policy reform focusing on health issues. AYNLA became a potent partner of the Department of Health, during the height of the issue on nurses exploitation & unemployment. AYNLA sat as one of the members of the DOH Ad Hoc Committee on Nursing Issues. The Ad Hoc Committee helped in finding data necessary for the Department clear the issues & to release public statements and or Administrative Orders. AYNLA was the nursing organization that filed the necessary documents sought by the Department of Health from the nurses who complained about the alleged exploitation. AYNLA stood boldly in the media, the hospital administrators and legislators to protect the best interests of its members and all nurses who are exploited. AYNLA is so far the only nursing organization in the country that has a national manifesto of support to the controversial Reproductive Health Bill and joins actively in its activities to call for its passage. Later, AYNLA became part of the National Sectoral Assembly of Youth & Students of the National Anti-Poverty Commission and was elected to be one of the Council Members. Local & National Government Partnerships AYNLA works with different local, provincial and national government agencies and units. Part of AYNLAs mandate is to work with these agencies to make every health programs sustainable.

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AYNLA took oath as one of the elected Council Members of the National Anti-Poverty Commission

Pres. Dakis & EVP Antiquera with DOH Nursing Consultant Padilla, HHRDBs Dr. Tolentino during the Committee Hearing of House Bill 767

Roundtable discussion with Gabriela Womens Party on the Nursing Volunteerism Practice issue

AYNLA President Alvin Cloyd Dakis, together with PNA President Dr. Teresita Barcelo and Senator st Bongbong Marcos after the 1 Senate Hearing on the Plight of Filipino nurses

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TV5 interview to AYNLA President Alvin Dakis & Zone 2 Governor Rin Lucila for the Philippine Government on the situation of nurses

Justice for Florence Campaign and first Media appearance

EVP Antiquera represented AYNLA Nurses during the Senate Hearing on the proposed Reproductive Health Law

AYNLA was invited to the ASEAN Human Rights Conference Promoting Maternal Health

LGU partnership with the Government of Angeles, Pampanga

Dialogue with House Speaker Sonny Belmonte with different CSO leaders

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Joining forces with other health practitioners with Ms. Pat Gomez, President of Integrated Midwives Association of the Philippines and former DOH Secretary Esperanza Cabral

Joining the HIV & AIDS National Advocacy

Participating in the campaign to Stop LGBT Killings in the Philippines

Media interview on the state of nursing education in the Philippines with EVP Antiquera, CHED Director, Mr. Pollisco (aka Gloc-9) and Mr. Clavio (host)

AYNLA officers with Sen. Pia Cayetano after the Senate Hearing on the Exploitation of Filipino Nurses

National media presence for legislative advocacy on nurses rights, reproductive health, HIV & AIDS, universal healthcare & MDGs

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PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA RELATIONS A. Millennium Convention Souvenir Program printed guide published every Annual National Convention of the Alliance. The MCSP also features the achievements & highlights milestones of AYNLA.

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B. Nars at Bayan (The Nurse & The Country) Nursing Podcast aired over KAKAMMPI Online in www.streamerp2p.com as a health & social issue based podcast heard every Friday 3-5PM. Nars at Bayan temporarily went off air in

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December 2011 when there were a lot of budget constraints in maintaining talents.

C. Social Media Campaign AYNLA has launched two successful major online campaigns, one which became known among nurses and pivoted AYNLA as an essential partner in health reform agenda: Nurses Black Out Campaign The first successful online campaign launched in January 1-11, 2011 with the aim of raising the alarm & informing the Philippine Government and the public about the abuses done to Filipino nurses and the plight of every nurses suffering from high unemployment & underemployment. The Black Out Campaign was released in Facebook and encouraged FB users to change their default pictures to pitch black in protest. Each user posted a message why they are blackening out their profiles. After the 11-day campaign, the Senate Committee on Health & Demography spearheaded by Senator Pia Cayetano made the first Senate inquiry on the plight of Filipino nurses in the country. And the issue was brought to the open. Every Nurse Counts Campaign the successor of the Nurses Black Out Campaign. However, Every Nurse Counts Campaign was made to sustain the publics awareness of the plight of Filipino nurses through social networking sites and the AYNLA website. We Love Nurses Campaign is a special campaign done for the International Nurses Day in 2011. Different celebrities and personalities joined by posing their photos with a signage We Love Nurses. Happy Nurses Day. Some of them greeted nurses through Twitter. Some notable personalities who participated in the campaign shoot were: H.E. Fidel Ramos former Philippine President Rina Jimenez-David known columnist Carlos Celdran cultural activist Dr. Jaime Galvez-Tan former Health Secretary Dr. Jacqueline Badcock UN Resident Coordinator

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Rep. Luz Ilagan Representative, Gabriela Womens Party Tuesday Vargas comedienne, actress Rep. Edcel Lagman former House Minority Leader Jim Paredes singer/composer Howie Severino news anchor Rep. Janette Garin Representative, Iloilo Risa Hontiveros-Baraquel Spokesperson, Akbayan Party Dr. Sylvia Claudio UP Center for Women Tom Rodriguez & Princess Manzon former PBB Housemates Usec. Leon Flores & Officers National Youth Commission Pia Archangel journalist/reporter Ruth Padilla DOH Nursing Consultant Ugochi Daniels UNFPA Country Representative Ms. Lea Salonga international singer & stage performer

Website banner of the Nurses Black-Out Campaign. The campaign was done through Facebook profile photos Every Nurse Counts online campaign through Facebook timeline Cover Photo

We Love Nurses Campaign Banner used in the website and social network sites

We Love Nurses campaign was joined & supported by Former President H.E. Fidel V. Ramos

D. Official Website AYNLA through a Board Resolution released in 2010 institutionalized the creation of www.aynla.org, AYNLAs official website. Aynla.org is one of the most powerful tools the Alliance is using to communicate and showcase the organizations achievements. Aynla.org is also a social network in itself as members can make individualized profiles,
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upload photos, share documents, form groups, chat and create blogs. AYNLA website houses 1,273 online members, 38 online groups and soft copies of documents that every nurse can use for downloading. The AYNLA website also has a feature to regularly send updates to online members e-mail addresses.

AYNLA Website Interface

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Online Members Profiles

Local Chapters Group Pages

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AYNLA Mailing Address powered by Google

E. Social Networking Sites AYNLA is a nursing organization that is present in major social networking sites: AYNLA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AYNLAInternational https://www.facebook.com/groups/aynla.onlineportal/ AYHA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alliance-of-YoungHealth-Advocates/211505035527192 SNAP Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/179712245435814/ AYNLA Twitter: AYNLA Blog: https://twitter.com/#!/AYNLAleaders http://aynla.blogspot.com/

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Official Facebook Page

Official Twitter Page

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Online Portal (Members Group)

AYHA Official Facebook Page

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SNAP Official Group Page

Blog Archives

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SPECIAL PROGRAMS & MARKETING A. Lamp Awards is the annual award given to outstanding local & national officers, regional councils and local chapters of the Alliance. The Lamp Awards commences every National Convention. There were 2 successful Lamp Awards done one in 2010 and another in 2011.

Lamp Awards 2010 Most Outstanding Region: Region 6 Most Outstanding Chapter: Iloilo

Lamp Awards 2011 Most Outstanding Regions: Region 3 & 6 Most Outstanding Chapters: Nueva Ecija & Iloilo

Region 3 | Nueva Ecija Chapter

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B. Peoples Choice Award for Outstanding Leaders this is an online, webbased voting award given to any AYNLA officer, from national and local offices after being nominated by their members. The Peoples Choice Award was launched in 2011 and commenced during the 2 nd Millennium Convention, October 2011.

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Councilor Krizel Abe Cubon of Iloilo Chapter as the st 1 Recipient of the Peoples Choice Awards

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C. AYNLA Blueshoppe is the marketing & merchandise arm of AYNLA which produces shirts, collar & button pins and other collateral which are sold to the members & supporters of the Alliance. This is also one of the income-generating projects of the local chapters.

Official Identification Cards for Members

Collar Pin

AYNLA Shirts (varies per Local Chapter)

Official Gavel of the Bicameral Congress

Tumblers

Advocacy shirt

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Button Pins

Souvenir Items (Nigel the Nightingale)

SISTER ORGANIZATIONS AYNLA in its By-Laws declared the creation of its affiliate alliances one that is for its student members and the other for other youth & professionals who would want to join the Alliance but are not nurses. The Alliance recognizes the Alliance of Young Health Advocates and the Student Nurses Alliance of the Philippines respectively and refers to them as sister organization. Alliance of Young Health Advocates (AYHA) Originally referred to as the Affiliate Alliance of Allied Healthcare Professionals, AYHA transformed itself as the Youth Organization of AYNLA International that caters to all young people advocating for universal healthcare. National President: Jose Mateo Dela Cruz Secretary General: Neil Lomibao Student Nurses Alliance of the Philippines (SNAP) Originally referred to as the Associate Alliance of Student Nurse & Healthcare Leaders, which is responsible of uniting all student nurse members of the Alliance. Through the Local Chapters, student chapters are formed & guided. All student chapters will then organize themselves as a national alliance. Head Coordinator: Kenneth Calvin Reyes (former chair & from Manila Doctors College)

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Reproductive Health Nurses Association of the Philippines (RHNAP) This is the third organization created as a specialty organization of nurses who would want to practice in reproductive & sexual health nursing. This was conceptualized late 2011 and is expected to be launched in the middle of 2012. President: Josephine Sanchez Secretary General: Jonathan Monis FINANCIAL REPORT F.Y. 2010-2011 Annual Income Tax Return filed by the Alliance to the Bureau of Internal Revenue, Intramuros, Manila dated March 14, 2011. BACKGROUND INFORMATION TIN RDO Code Line of Business Taxpayers Name Registered Address Zip Code Date of Incorporation Date of BIR Registration COMPUTATION OF TAX Sales/Revenues/Receipts/Fees Itemized Deduction P 427,808.22 P 419,140.58 P 8,667.64 (Tax Exempt) 007-794-285-000 003 Non-Stock, Non-Profit Association Alliance of Young Nurse Leaders and Advocates International Inc. 2128 Singalong St., Brgy. 744 Zone 080 Malate, Manila 1004 07/09/2010 08/19/2010

SCHEDULE OF ITEMIZED DEDUCTION Salaries & Allowances Rental Office Supplies Transportation & Travel Communication, Light & Water Other Direct Costs Total P 11,927.75 P 17,500.00 P 12,222.25 P 4,890.00 P 6,688.00 P 365,912.58 (1st Millennium Convention) P 419,140.58

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Statement of Changes in Fund Balance (Unaudited) As of December 31, 2010 ASSETS Cash in Bank P 8,667.64 Total Assets P 8,667.64 LIABILITIES & FUND BALANCE Liabilities Ending Balance Fund Balance General Funds Project Funds Total Fund Balance Total Liabilities & Fund Balance

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P 0.00 P 8,667.64 P 8,667.64 P 8,667.64

Statement of Receipts & Expenses (Unaudited) For the Period: August December 31, 2010 RECEIPTS Grants & Donations P 411,940.00 Membership Fees P 15,855.00 Interest Income P 13.22 Total Receipts P 427,808.22 EXPENSES Operational Expenses Administrative Expenses Other Direct Cost Total Expenses EXCESS OF RECEIPTS OVER EXPENSES

P 24,150.00 P 29,078.00 P 365,912.58 (1st Millennium Convention) P 419,140.58 P 8,667.64

Statement of Changes in Fund Balance (Unaudited) GENERAL FUNDS Beginning Balance P 0.00 Members Initial Contribution P 0.00 Membership Fee P 0.00 Ending Balance P 0.00 PROJECT FUNDS Beginning Balance

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Excess of receipts over expenses P 8,667.64 Ending Balance P 8,667.64 Fund Balance P 8,667.64 ACCOLADES AYNLA has received some notable awards, recognitions and appreciations from different government, non-government and development agencies in 2010 to 2011 after a year of its operations. Aside from its organizational milestones, AYNLA produced young leaders who excelled in different fields of leadership. Among the notable & distinguished leaders are: Alvin Cloyd Dakis o AYNLA Founder & National President o Honoree, Asia Society Philippine Foundation o Honorary Member, Asia Society (New York) o 100 Young Leaders of Knowledge & Development, World Bank KDC o 2011 Most outstanding nurse, MedicalButler.com o Elected Council Member, Youth & Students Sector, National Anti-Poverty Commission o Secretary General, Reproductive Health Practitioners of the Philippines Reigner Jireh Antiquera o Executive Vice President o Member, Youth Advisory Panel of UNFPA Jonathan Monis o Advocacy Support & Political Affairs Secretary o Secretary General, Youth Consortium for Reproductive Health Ivy Tejada o Chapter Management Secretary o Awarded 2010 Peoples Choice, Women Make It Happen by UN Millennium Campaign Mary Junillee Arano o Chapter Mayor, Iloilo o Grand Champion, We are Right Here, We are RH Video Making Competition, Probe Media Foundation Jose Mateo Dela Cruz o National President, AYHA o 100 Young Leaders of Knowledge & Development, World Bank KDC

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AWARD Top 20/National Finalist, Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations

AWARD-GIVING BODY National Youth Commission TAYO Awards Foundation Coca-Cola Foundation

CSO Partner for the 6th Country Program

United Nations Populations Find Philippines

Certificate of Appreciation as partner to the Lakbay Buhay Kalusugan

Department of Health Probe Media Foundation

Certificate of Appreciation for participating in the 2010 Stand Up Take Action Global Campaign

United Nations Millennium Campaign

AYNLA Representatives during the National Awarding Ceremony of the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations in Malacanang Palace with President Benigno Aquino III

AYNLA Main Presenter Pres. Alvin Dakis defending AYNLAs entry at the TAYO National Finals

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Certificate of Recognition from Department of Health signed by Secretary Enrique Ona

Plaque of Recognition from UNFPA as part of the th 6 Country Program

Certificate of Appreciation from the UN Millennium Campaign signed by Minar Pimple, Director of the Asia & the Pacific Millennium Campaign and Dr. Jacqueline Badcock, UN Philippine Resident Coordinator

Snapshot of Women Make It Happen Awards website showing Peoples Choice Awardee, Ivy Tejada

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