Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Vote For The Hunks And Beauties Of Mr & Ms Fratpad Pageant

Who will shine as the fan-favorite Social Media Stars during the coronation night of Mr. & Ms Fratpad Pageant on November 28?

Vote now for your favorite hunks and beauties -- check out the full Facebook album and click Like to cast one vote. 

Get your friends to vote as well to push your candidate to the top.

Voting ends on November 27, 2015 11:59PM.

The male and female candidate with the most number of likes will win the Social Media Star award. Winners will be revealed and awarded on the November 28 pageant show.

You can also vote by browsing through all the candidate photos below shot by photographer Mark Ryan Alvarez.

Male candidates






(Photo Erratum: Jace is from Fresh Men University and not Francisco Amazing Talents)






Female candidates











Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Harana Chapter 7: Ooooh "Love" Hurts

Past Harana Chapters:

   * Chapter 1

   * Chapter 2

     * Chapter 3

   * Chapter 4

   * Chapter 5

   * Chapter 6



Harana Chapter 7: Ooooh “Love” Hurts

“Miao… miaaaao…"


Ito ang tunog na bumati sa umaga ni Ash habang kinakadena ang bisekleta niya.


Pasukan nanaman, ngunit bakas na bakas pa rin sa kanyang pisngi ang pasang dulot ng pagsuntok at hampas ng baseball bat ni Mr. Dusmas. “Ming-ming…ayaw ko na masuntok ulit please lang, wag ka na magmiao-miao ng kamalasan. Lunes na Lunes eh,” bitaw ni Ash sa naglalambing na si Estrella Monella.


Habang naglalakad patawid ng kalsada sa tapat ng Engineering building naisipang i-text ni Ash si Trey para batiin at tanungin kung ok na ba ito.


“Good morning Trey. Kamusta? =D” text niya.


Ibubulsa na sana ni Ash ang cellphone nang mabangga ito ng nagmamadaling estudyante at mahulog ang cellphone niya.


“Shit cellphone ko!” gulat ni Ash habang hinahabol ang paglaglag ng cellphone.


“Sorry pre!” paghingi ng tawad ni Anton; dito siya nagulat nang makitang si Ash pala ang nabangga.


Inaabot nito ang kamay para tulungan s’yang tumayo, “Pasens’ya ka na puppy eyes. Ikaw pala yan. Sorry, I’m in a hurry. Ok ka lang?”


“Ok lang, ayos pa naman yung phone ko…matetext ko pa si Trr…” sambit ni Ash na pinigil ang pagbanggit ng pangalan ni Trey.


“Huh?!!...By the way, I heard you and Trey got into trouble ah. Are you ok now?”


“Ah…oo, may kaunting pasa lang” naiilang na sagot ni Ash.


“Good! Anyway, I’ll go ahead. Bawi ako sa’yo.” habang nagmamadaling lumayo si Anton.


"Promise yan pup!" sigaw pa n’ya. Ngunit dedma lang si Ash dahil nasa isip lang niya si Trey.


Nasa loob na ng classroom si Ash at sinilip kung may reply na ba ang taong sa tingin n’ya ay nagiging mahalagang parte na ng buhay niya. Ngunit, walang reply. Kaya naman “Pssssst!” ang medyo naiinis n’yang text kay Trey.


Natapos ang araw, ni Hi, ni Ho walang paramdam si Trey. Napaisip tuloy siya baka may nangyayari na naman dito. Bulong n’ya sa sarili: Sana wala naman. Habang umaasa pa rin na sasagutin s’ya ni Trey.


Nag-vibrate ang cellphone ni Ash habang naglalakad pauwi ng dorm. Dali-dali n’ya itong tinignan at binuksan, si Ceres pala.


“Are you ok? Nakita ko si Anton. He said something about last Friday. Sorry. It shouldn’t happen if I went to the Psych Circle. Sorry talaga.”


“Ok lang. Hindi mo naman kasalanan,” sagot ni Ash na iniisip pa rin si Trey.


“Thank god you’re ok,” reply ni Ceres.


“Salamat sa concern. =)”


~~~


“Good morning,” ang unang text ni Ash kay Trey kinabukasan.


“Good morning pa rin yan ha kahit di ka nagpaparamdam. =D”


“Lunch ka na po. =)”


“Done with my class today, ikaw?"


"Yuhuuuu?!! =("


Buong araw na namang naghintay si Ash sa reply ni Trey. Di rin naman ito nagpapakita sa kanya sa campus.


Lumipas din ang Miyerkules, Huwebes at buong araw ng Biyernes, wala pa ring anino at kaluskos si Trey sa buhay ni Ash.


Dahil weekend naman, tinext na lang niya si Ceres para may makasama ngayong Friday.


Agad nag-reply si Ceres:


“Ash, I’m so sorry I’m bound for Baguio this evening…family affair something. Goodluck bilang signal no.1 na ang #PedroPh sa north. Try calling Girlie or Jerson.”


Lalong nalungkot si Ash kaya hindi na ito nagreply at naisipang umuwi na lang.

Friday, November 13, 2015

How To Get To Victoria Court North EDSA for LoveYourself Free HIV Screening Day

Congratulations for deciding that now is the right time -- ang tamang panahon -- to get tested during LoveYourself's free HIV screening day on November 29. Before anything else, make sure you register to ensure a slot. 

On the day itself, proceed to Victoria Court North EDSA between 10AM to 7PM. You are encouraged to print the map below or save the photo on your mobile phone for reference. Read on for more details on how to get to the location.

Exact Address
Victoria Court North EDSA 3 Don Vicente Ang Street, Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City, Metro Manila


From Balintawak LRT-1 Station 
  1. It is a 15-20 minute walk from Balintawak LRT-1 Station on the Monumento-bound lane of EDSA. 
  2. Walk past the Balintawak cloverleaf. Don Vicente Ang will be the fifth corner after the cloverleaf. 
  3. Alternately, you can take a bus bound for the Monumento direction and get off at the street right before Toyota Balintawak. A big Victoria Court sign can be found at the entrance of the road. 

From Monumento
  1. Take a public transportation vehicle along the Makati-bound lane of EDSA. 
  2. Get off at the footbridge beside Philippine Business Bank, just before Honda Cars Caloocan. 
  3. Take the footbridge and walk towards the Monumento-bound side of EDSA and head towards Monumento. Don Vicente Ang will be the first street on the right, just before Toyota Balintawak. A big Victoria court sign can be found at the entrance of the road. 
From MRT North Avenue Station/SM North/Trinoma
  1. Take a public transportation vehicle along the Monumento-bound lane of EDSA. 
  2. Get off at the street right before Toyota Balintawak, which is located a few blocks after the Balintawak cloverleaf.  A big Victoria Court sign be found at the entrance of the road.  
  3. Alternatively, you can take the jeep and have yourself dropped off at Roosevelt station (LRT-1 terminus) and take the train to Balintawak station. It is one station away. From there, please follow the instructions above in "From Balintawak LRT-1 station". 
Landmarks
Don Vicente Ang is the street just before Toyota Balintawak. 

Google Maps
Search for "Victoria Court North EDSA" on the Google Maps app or website to get a detailed map of the vicinity.

Monday, November 09, 2015

Ito Ang Tamang Panahon: Join the LoveYourself Free HIV Screening Day On November 29

Wag kang pabebe! Pa-test na - ito ang tamang panahon!

Sama na and know your status sa LoveYourself free HIV screening day on November 29, Sunday, at Victoria Court North EDSA. Register now at go.loveyourself.ph/tamangpanahon. 

This event is open to everyone, so go with your bae and barkada.

Register For A Slot
Registration ensures you have a slot during the event. Please come on time between 10AM and 7PM, after which you may no longer be accommodated. 

First free HIV screening day? Read these helpful guides:

1. If you need directions to the event, here's a detailed map with instructions on how to get to Victoria Court North EDSA



                              

Support LoveYourself HIV Testing Day
LoveYourself once again brings free HIV testing to an accessible location as a supplement to its two existing clinics, Anglo along Shaw, and Hub in Malate. LoveYourself has decided to hold a free HIV testing day at the northern part of the metropolis as it understands that not everyone can readily go to the two clinics mentioned.

With a message of "Ito ang #TamangPanahon #HIVTestingDay" and against the backdrop of figures describing the dire status of the HIV epidemic in the country,  LoveYourself wishes to impart to everyone that knowing your HIV status has never been more timely than right now

This event is the second free HIV testing day held by LoveYourself following the Finally event in Maycontinuing its mission to raise awareness of one's own HIV status and to inculcate self-worth and care for oneself. The organization has been at the front lines of the fight against the rise of HIV cases in the country. 

The month of September 2015 alone has seen 692 cases, of which 45 were AIDS cases. This figure is a staggering 22.5% increase from September 2014 which saw 565 HIV cases. As of 2008, approximately 1 Filipino caught the HIV virus daily. This figure has now risen by more than 2000%, as 22 Filipinos catch the HIV virus daily. MSM's or men who have sex with men accounted for 87% of the 692 cases seen for the month of September 2015. 

It is LoveYourself's firm belief that knowing one's status empowers oneself and creates ripples of positive change that engage and benefit the community.  So please mark your calendars, and take the bold step to get tested for yourself, and for your community! 

Sunday, November 08, 2015

Get A Front Row Seat At The Mr & Ms Fratpad Pageant On November 28


Are you ready to watch the most fabulous pageant show this November?

Hot guys and beautiful men-in-drag will vie for the titles of Mr. & Ms. Fratpad, and you're invited to watch the competition live on November 28 at the Kaban ng Hiyas Hall, 3F Mandaluyong City (moved from Mandaluyong City Gymnasium.) Program starts at 7PM.

For tickets, contact Francis at 0917-860-8244. 

P100 - General Admission ticket
P200 - Patron ticket

Purchasing a ticket grants you a seat to the competition and coronation night. All proceeds will help benefit LoveYourself to continue providing free and confidential HIV testing in Metro Manila.

A Night To Remember
21 contestants will strut and pose in three costume segments, and engage in a battle of wits in the question-and-answer stages.

Elimination Round
- Creative wear: With the theme of "Celestial," contestants will wear heavenly costumes inspired by the sun, moon, stars, planets and even the universe.
- Resort wear: Contestants will be provided identical resort wear but they can put their own breezy stamp through their poses and walks.
- Formal wear: Contestants put on their formal best in tuxedos and gowns.

Top 6 Q&A
A total of 12 semifinalists - 6 for each competition - will move on to the first question-and-answer portion.

Top 3 Q&A
A single question will decide who among the 6 finalists - 3 for each competition -- will win the titles of Mr. & Ms. Fratpad.

Star Performances and Production
In between the glitz and glamour, you can watch breathtaking performances from the following pop singers and dance acts, with music beats provided by DJ Toy Armada, host gowns by Eric Delos Santos and show direction by JL Lapus.

 Jimmy Marquez of Star in a Million

 Leah Patricio of The Voice

Philippine All-Stars

O Divas

 Music by DJ Toy


Host gowns by Eric Delos Santos

Show direction by JL Lapus

Coronation and duties
The Mr. & Ms. Fratpad will not only win cash prizes, but also carry out their duties as Ambassadors of Self-Worth, including appearing in LoveYourself campaigns and helping promote positivity, empowerment and safer sex practices among the communities most affected by HIV and AIDS.

Fratpad is a LoveYourself project that provides HIV awareness and testing to clans of men who have sex with men, and other similar groups.

Alternative ticket sales
You may purchase tickets in three ways:

  1. Contact Francis at 0917-860-8244.
  2. Purchase at LoveYourslef Anglo or LoveYourself Hub (RITM Satellite Clinic) when you visit and avail free HIV testing. Just inquire from the clinic coordinator in each clinics.
  3. Purchase tickets from candidates. The candidate with the highest ticket sales will be awarded the Darling of the Crowd on pageant night. You may choose to support these participating clans:
    • Arguelles
    • Francisco Amazing Talents
    • Fresh Men University
    • Gwapitos Family
    • Men's Exclusive
    • One Bacardi
    • Pinoy Bi Closet
    • Trippers Philippines Inc.
    • Ybanez Hunks and Beauties

Thursday, November 05, 2015

LoveYourself Volunteer Spotlight: Alexis Sy, Paying It Forward


Despite his financial struggles, the unassuming scholar and LoveYourself top counselor keeps the cycle of kindness going, one compassionate act at a time. "I like helping out people, especially when I see them happy or when I see my efforts bear fruit. It gives me fulfillment. And because there were people who helped me in the past when I needed it, I somehow want to give back." 

By Jean Natividad 

Not considering its tragic ending, the 2000 American drama flick Pay It Forward, based on the novel of the same name by Catherine Ryan Hyde, is a delight for its stellar performances and heartwarming theme. In it, a young visionary named Trevor McKinney (Haley Joel Osment) creates a networking plan of paying favors forward to spread kindness in a rather organized fashion and, ultimately (and excuse the cliché), change the world. 

While good deeds seem harder to come by these days and the idea of making a change too daft for society's cynics, it certainly wouldn't hurt to hope for more Trevor McKinneys in this world. Alexis Sy, we dare say, is a Trevor McKinney in his own way. 

Alexis, 22, a dedicated student and top counselor at the LoveYourself Hub in Malate, Manila, has received kindness in many forms. And not one to put his fellows' efforts at goodwill in vain, he ensures to do his fair share in keeping the cycle of goodness going. 

We sat with Alexis in one of the places he calls home, the LoveYourself Hub, to talk about struggle, compassion, and why it makes sense to pay it forward. 

A student of life
A DOST scholar and close to finishing his Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Alexis is a model student of De La Salle University (DLSU). His duties in the institution don’t stop in the classroom, though. He is also a volunteer for DLSU's Student Discipline Formation Office where he acts as jury in student disciplinary cases. 

As diligent as he is in campus, Alexis is a more persistent student of life. His journey so far hasn't been easy, which at some points in the past caused the young student volunteer to doubt his future. 

"The tuition at my school is pricey, and I'm not from a well-off family. Every middle of the term, when we would have to choose subjects and receive the tuition assessment that averages P60,000 per semester, I would really lose sleep and worry if I could still continue my studies," he shared. 

But ‘defeat’ was never in Alexis' vocabulary. He did all he could—from answering online surveys to selling cellphone load, from joining school contests to buying and selling items—to contribute to his parents' efforts for his continued education. "But at the end of the day, those were still not enough," he said. 

For every semester Alexis feared for his future, he was constantly met with and consoled by kindness. The generosity of his relatives that had more in life helped bring him close to the finish line. "My relatives are well-off, so they probably thought helping me pay for school was nothing, but for me, it was a big deal."

Constant kindness 
Clad in casual clothing typical of a university student, Alexis shifted in his seat while recalling another time in his life, some two years ago, when he also felt helpless and lost.

"All my misconceptions about HIV made me think maybe I already had the virus and was going to die soon. My thinking was that HIV meant death," Alexis shared. He can laugh about it now, but back then, his fear and panic were all too real.  

“I remember my mom and how she would listen every night to a radio jock who always said something like, ‘I love my family.’ The word ‘love’ stuck with me, and it reminded me of LoveYourself, which I had seen beforehand on the Internet. That’s when I started exploring the website,” Alexis shared.

Despite the dread, Alexis decided to take a brave step in the right direction – to finally get tested. "I just came to the realization that if I have HIV, I'm just going to face it,” he said. 

Once again, at a trying moment in his life, Alexis received kindness – this time, from people he didn't even know. "In LoveYourself, the pretest and posttest counseling were very professionally facilitated by the volunteers. I didn't feel they considered what they did as routine. It was volunteering with enthusiasm. There was passion," he recalled. 

Alexis was especially moved by his counselor to extend his volunteerism outside the campus. "I was inspired because my counselor was such a role model. He really put me in a paradigm shift and helped me make good decisions in life," he said.

What started with fear and helplessness then turned into enlightenment and inspiration. And it was to be the beginning of Alexis' very own Pay It Forward project. 

Passing on the good deed
Getting tested for HIV opened Alexis' eyes to the bigger world of volunteerism: "I thought it was really cool seeing LoveYourself was really all just volunteers. This is one of the reasons I joined the organization. And somehow, I also wanted to help in ways that I was helped in the past."

Although he considers each client unique, the LoveYourself counselor can't help but see himself in some of his clients. Their paranoia, their woes all remind Alexis of what he once went through and the faces of those who helped him get through it.  

Today, Alexis pays it forward one compassionate act at a time. "I really keep in touch with my clients, especially those who are HIV reactive because I would like for them to get treatment. I also don’t want my reactive clients to feel so down after knowing their status," he said. 

Alexis’ clients always make an impact on him. He recalled one: "He didn't expect it. He was drunk, and when he woke up, someone was there just having sex with him. He was a victim of circumstances. He didn’t want it to happen. But what stood out was his positivity." 

Not letting the walls of the testing clinic limit his duties as a volunteer and counselor, Alexis remained in constant contact with this client, as with his many other clients. "It feels good that we still communicate. We talk not just about HIV but about our lives, too. We've become friends, and I can see he is doing well," Alexis shared. 

Just rewards 
Alexis' dedication and passionate volunteerism don't go unnoticed. He has been recognized as a top counselor at the LoveYourself Hub in Malate, but that's only one of the many priceless rewards he has so far received. 

As Alexis offers his knowledge, time, energy, and heart to his clients, they in turn teach Alexis a thing or two. "I learn a lot from my clients – about life, about sex, about different ways of thinking. It's nice to see their outlook in life, that despite the things that have happened to them, they still keep going. Somehow, they help me keep going, too," he shared. 

Alexis' motivation to live a life of volunteerism may be personal and rooted on his unique experiences, but that doesn't make the same commitment to volunteer work impossible for others. His parting thought: "Try to see yourself in the shoes of those who need help. Think of a very low point in your life when someone came to help you voluntarily and wholeheartedly. Think of how it affected you." 

Photographer: Leo Pura
Photo editing: Geno Maglinao

LoveYourself Volunteer Spotlight is a monthly feature on the cause- and service-oriented members of LoveYourself. We will be chatting with volunteers from all walks of life – all united in one cause. Keep checking every month to meet the different faces of LoveYourself.

Have you been inspired by the courage and commitment of our volunteers? Like us on Facebook and help share our message of positivity and self-worth in your own communities to help fight the spread of HIV.

Previous LoveYourself Volunteer Spotlight: Jack Torres


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Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Harana Chapter 6: I'm SOIRÉE My Love

Past Harana Chapters:

* Chapter 1 * Chapter 2 * Chapter 3 * Chapter 4 * Chapter 5
      



Harana Chapter 6: I'm SOIRÉE My Love

"Uhh...the group's going to perform there Ash", muttered Trey habang nakatingin kay Ash.

Hindi sumagot si Ash, tila iniisip kung ano ang sasabihin.

"Just bring your ass there, I'm going to be there anyway. We can go there altogether for all I care", dugtong ni Trey.

"Saan ba yun, e di ko nga alam", sagot ni Ash.

"Ask Ceres then. Anyway, let’s finish this MBB module now”, sabi ni Trey.  

Huminga ng malalim si Ash at tinulungan si Trey sa pagsagot ng module na kailangan niyang makumpleto para maihanda ang sarili sa MBB long exam.

~~~

Sunday, November 01, 2015

JOB OPENING:TRANS PROGRAM OFFICER BASED IN VISAYAS



ISEAN-Hivos Program (IHP) – Global Fund Round 10 – Multi-Country HIV/AIDS Grant
Expression of Interest (EOI) Number: TLY-24
Issuance Date: November 1, 2015 (Sunday)
Deadline of Submission: November 15, 2015 (Sunday)

Call for Expression of Interest for a TRANS PROGRAM OFFICER (part-time position based in Visayas) under Love Yourself for the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2, Year 3 in the Philippines –Strengthening Community Systems to Reduce the Vulnerability to and the Impact of HIV Infection among MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast AsiaInfection among MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast Asia

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
In 2010, the Islands of Southeast Asia Network on Male and Transgender Sexual Health (ISEAN) and the Humanist Institute for Co-operation with Developing Countries (Hivos) jointly submitted a regional proposal to the Global Fund for AIDS, Malaria, and Tuberculosis (GFATM) Round 10. The programme, entitled ‘Strengthening Community Systems to Reduce Vulnerability to and Impact of HIV infection on MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast Asia’, was approved by GFATM. This grant has the main goal of reducing (a) the vulnerability and risks of MSM and transgender (TG) to HIV infection and (b) the impact of HIV on their lives in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Timor Leste. It intends to address critical gaps in supporting and scaling up activities that reduce HIV/AIDS among MSM and TGs. Phase 1 of the program was implemented from October 2011 to September 2013. Phase 2, Year 1 of the program was completed last September 2014 and Phase 2, Year 2 started January 2015, anticipated to run until September 2016. The program focuses on these key program components: capacity building, advocacy and networking, and technical and financial assistance.
In the Philippines, LoveYourself Inc. as the sub-sub-recipient (SSR), together with The Philippine NGO Council on Population, Health and Welfare, Inc. (PNGOC) as the sub-recipient (SR) of the grant, and Cebu Plus Association, Inc. as other sub-sub-recipients (SSR), will be hiring Trans Program Officer (based in Visayas)
For the implementation of the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2, Year 3, LoveYourself is looking for a Trans Program Officer (based in Visayas) who will be responsible for the conceptualization, development and implementation of transgender people-related initiatives, interventions and activities under the program both at the SSR and SR level. S/he will report to the LoveYourself Executive Director (also Program Director) and LoveYourself Network Coordinator (also Trans Program Officer in Metro Manila) and will work with the other members of the program team of the SR and SSRs.


ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1.    Reports directly to the SSR LoveYourself Executive Director (also Program Director) and LoveYourself Network Coordinator (also Trans Program Officer for Luzon and NCR), and coordinates with ISEAN’s Regional Trans Program Specialist on all transgender-specific activities and deliverables;
2.    Organize and mobilize informal transgender groups (both transwomen and transmen) at the community level;
3.    Provide support and guidance to the SSRs, the national Network and other local and national partners and stakeholders, especially with program implementation and reporting of trans-specific activities;
4.    Facilitate the capacity-building of community leaders on transgender issues;
5.    Carry out desk research, field visits and participate in program monitoring and evaluations in line with trans-specific activities;
6.    Provide support in organizing national coordination meetings, including liaising with participants on events, meeting, training and workshops, especially those focusing on transgender issues;
7.    Contribute to documenting and disseminating project-related best practices and lessons learnt especially on transgender issues;
8.    Create and maintain internal systems, including contact lists, diaries of upcoming events and opportunities and other databases of trans-specific networks, non-government organizations, community-based organizations, informal groups and individuals.
9.    Perform the role of coordinator and facilitator/trainer during program activities such as trainings, workshops, forums and consultations, especially on SOGIE and Transgender 101 topics;
10. Together with the SSR Administrative and Finance Officer and SSR Program Officer, prepare and provide monthly and quarterly programmatic reports to the SSR Program Director for submission to the SR; and
11. Respond to and coordinate with National Network Coordinator for network and organizational profiling concerns.
12. Perform other project-related functions as assigned by the SSR Program Director.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
·       Education: College graduate with a degree in behavioral sciences, health sciences, social sciences, liberal arts, or other relevant courses.
·       Work Experience: At least one year of working experience performing work similar to stated job functions in a development work setting. Preferably with experience in organizing and conducting consultations and advocacy activities, community mobilization, monitoring and evaluation, basic research, technical report writing, and networking and partnership. Working knowledge and familiarity with HIV and AIDS, and TG community issues.
·       Training Experience: Has undergone training on program management, training facilitation, monitoring and evaluation, community mobilization, sexual and reproductive health and rights, SOGIE, HIV and AIDS.
·       Other Professional Skills: Proficient in oral and written English business communication; operation of computer and other ICT equipment; and knowledge in the use of most Microsoft Office applications; and familiar with data backup procedures.
·       Other Desirable Qualities: Willing to work beyond standard working hours; can work with minimal supervision; highly trainable; detail oriented; can work well with a team; and gender sensitive.
·       Openly identifies as a transgender person.

FAIR HIRING POLICY
LoveYourself is an equal opportunity employer and highly encourages applicants from the transgender community who have experience in non-profit and community development work. Applicants familiar with Global Fund procedures are encouraged to apply.

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
Interested applicants should submit an expression of interest (EOI) letter together with the applicant’s CV/resume, IHP consultant’s biodata form (refer to link below), via e-mail to vinn@loveyourself.ph and cc: yesha@loveyourself.ph and info@loveyourself.ph on or before November 15, 2015 (Sunday), 5:00 pm (PH time), addressed to Mr. Ronnivin G. Pagtakhan Executive Director of LoveYourself Inc. technical review of documents will be done and the most qualified applicant will be contracted by LoveYourself Inc.
Please note that this is for immediate hiring, and shortlisted applicants must be available for interview.
You can download the IHP consultant’s biodata form through this link:


Technical review of documents, phone and face-to-face interviews, and written exam will be facilitated and the most qualified applicant will be contracted by LoveYourself. Please take note that this is for immediate hiring to be based in Cebu with expected start date on November 16, 2015.

For the hired applicant, the following documents will need to be prepared and submitted within two weeks upon hiring: SSS, TIN, Pag-IBIG and Philhealth numbers, police and NBI clearances, and medical certificate.