Founded on 22 May 2013, Project Saysay (pSaysay) is an advocacy that spreads the ideals and values of our great forebears (Palaganapin ang diwa’t aral ng mga dakilang Pilipino). It envisions to be a disseminator of relevant, useful, and inspiring information sourced from history. 

Left: Erika Jeana Cariño possing with a Project Saysay poster atop the UNESCO World Heritage Site-inscribed payos (rice terraces) of Mayoyao, Ifugao. Photo courtesy of Engr. Gil Cruz, Jr.

Right: Illustration of progressive youth leader Lean Alejandro and of democracy champion Jose W. Diokno by Billy Marciano.

 

Create platforms to express creativity and academic exchanges related to history and culture.

Distribute quality posters to Philippine schools for free, here and abroad.*

* pSaysay targets to distribute 21,000 posters by 31 December 2021, a commitment to “R3ACH Anyone in 2021 Vision” of the TOSP Region 3 Alumni Community of Heroes.

Left: A boy from Mayoyao, Ifugao posing with a Project Saysay poster.

Right: A young participant of a volunteer's day and workshop at Museo Valenzuela in February 2017. Photo taken by Mikaela Burbano.

Contribute sensible and accurate online materials that are shareable and attune to the needs of time.

One of the featured plates online of Project Saysay in 2015. Artwork by Macquel John Felerino.

Create platforms to express creativity and academic exchanges related to history and culture.

Left: Customized bamboo canister use by Project Saysay as certificate holder. Manufactured by Hibla Sanghabi specialy for Project Saysay.

Right: A workshop in writing on Philippine native script in August 2016. Photo taken by Jest Romanillos.

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