The ProPinoy Project is a daily news and commentary site published by The ProPinoy Project, Inc., and the latter is a non-stock, non-profit corporation organized to provide relevant, high quality multimedia and multi-platform content through online journalism initiative and Internet-based facilities to seek to raise public awareness and participation in current events, promote social enterprises, and uphold the values of excellence, transparency, accountability, bayanihan, freedom of expression, and love of country; to provide new media training and development, career guidance and information.
The ProPinoy project began as an aid to effect political awareness as Filipinos made “The Choice” in May 2010. The site served as online database of documents, news reports, commentary and public testimony on issues on and about the people aiming for the Presidency.
The ProPinoy Project reinvented itself. The mission is to take the President up to task for his promised Accountability, and support Transparency in the Philippine government, and to challenge the government where it is wanting, and when it is wavering. The ProPinoy Project recognizes that that is only half of the equation. Just as we take to task the President and the government, We the People must also be held Accountable for our Country. We believe the aphorism that only together can we move this country forward.
The project is now taking Filipino online patriotism a step further. On top of bringing political developments to light, the Project aims to work toward civil engagement, social and environmental awareness, promote local tourism and business.
- Sustainable Development
- Millennium Development Goal
- Human Rights
- Justice & Judiciary Reforms
- Transparent Economics
- Anti-Corruption Agenda
- Civil Service and the Bureaucracy
- National Defense
- Real Economic Growth
- Tax and Customs Control
- Consultative & Participative Governance
- Anti-Poverty & Caring for the Poor
- Housing and Urban Development
- Youth Agenda & Youth Empowerment
- Infrastructure and Transportation
- Agriculture & Rural Economy
- Health Care
- Labor and Employment
- Peace Process
- International Relations and Trade
- Agrarian Reform
- Governance and Development
- Security and Justice