Village Aide program Philippines Cory Ann Verge Village of Casste Bohol.
The second one is below. Copy and paste on your browser's URL bar this link to read the same as below. http://www.vap.ph/news.php#65
VAP-ripoff Village aide Program Philippines. Do they look philanthropists to you?
as we know it. Sick and tired of all those "philanthropists" begging us for money for the “poor children in the third world”! They are all over the web, in the streets, malls, airports, PP presentations in Rotary and other clubs and associations and I'm sure I missed many!. How much of this money will actually reach the destination intended? Dear reader,s not the first time you are reading this. You heard before about crooks in the charities business, don't you? CLICK to read more...
THE TRIAL Conflicts, misunderstanding rivalry exists within any group of people that gather to achieve a common goal, be a club, a church or a fraternity; usually will end up with the exclusion of one party preserving so the unity of the group, exclusion not always carefully and rightfully planned and executed. The last place you would have expect this to happen is the Rotary International. Is this the first time that happened? We don’t know. Don’t count on Rotary to tell you, neither on active Rotarians. It’s a secret. Click here to read more
GRANTS ON SALE!
OTHER PEOPLE MONEY. WHERE IS IT? Let's take a walk through history starting some time in the year 2005 and talk about the then DG Bob Richard. I have in my archives a mail he sent to Derek Pyrah making him fuming like an angry dragon. For respect to the PDG I'm not going to publish it although he wasn't the one sent it to me but forwarded by Dave Collins Click to read more
Christopher Bennetts: "I have lived in Cebu for around 3 years and met many of the expats. There are a few good guys here but I hae to say the majority are not worth knowing. Philippines seems to be a refuge for people running away from problems or life in general. People that can not make it back home.hris Bennetts, a Rotarian and president of the Rotary Club of Central Mactan (Cebu island Philippines) As a former Rotarian myself it was natural to pay some attention to this intriguing story" Read more
THE MEDICAL MISSIONS RIP-OFF Touring the Philippines at donors and often Australians taxpayer expenses, shot some videos and go begging for money. "For the poor and needy?"Those tourists you see were the only beneficiaries.Two weeks in the Philippines they participated in 4 medical missions for a duration of 4 hours each Click t read more
THE CASATE VILLAGE DROUGHT RELEIF RIP-OFF Some time in the year 2006 Dave Collins and Derek Pyrah were unhappy that not enough money flows on the VAP account in the Philippines. This can be demonstrated in several mails exchanged I have in file. In these mails they are looking for ways to increase their income “for the poor and needy” out side the Rotary where apparently the collect didn’t work as they wanted to. The Matching Grand Applications to TRF were slow to produce, too bureaucratic for a Collins as anxious he can be. They decided to seek instant gratification by inventing a Darfour situation in the North of the island in a place named Ubay in the village of Cassate. Click to read more
The whole thing here was crafted with only one objective: To impress and turn the interested parties attention away from the real issue: Unverifiable crooked numbers. Coloured version of the report, black and white version, quicken generated versions (I was his teacher on this last one!..) General Electric stupid stories, executive version, short version, long versions, kiss my ass version and the like...
Derek Pyrah convinced them to come toBohol for the RCT officers' induction but his real reason was, what else, the picture looking at the toilets!. Now youare showing them as volunteers! Mission accomplished..What exactly they did? What they inspected? Does any one of them knows the cost of a toilet?
Cory Ann was a member of this club (RCT) and was receiving some financial aide from the VAP for a feeding program she established in the day care of the Cassate village. But the Club disassociated its position from the VAP due to financial anomalies that surfaced from the aid the (VAP) was receiving from the ROTARY INTERNATIONAL individuals and corporations. Read more
Any one donating to the charities, what you are about to read in this site is the actions of a few bad apples members of the ROTARY INTERNATIONAL. Hiding the facts isn't doing any good, just will prolong the sin, enrich some to the detriment of others, members and donors losing trust in Rotary in its ability to prevent fraud through the Matching Grants process to the clubs.