With the news of widespread devastation, loss of lives, and displacement of families and communities caused by typhoon Pablo in Mindanao, Honda Foundation Inc. lost no time in reaching out to its partner institution, ABS-CBN Foundation Inc., and donated Php1million to sustain rescue and relief efforts to severely affected areas.
HFI is the corporate social responsibility arm of the subsidiaries of Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (Japan) in the Philippines. The subsidiaries of Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (Japan) in the Philippines are comprised of Honda Philippines, Inc., Honda Cars Phils., Inc., Honda Parts Manufacturing Corp., and Honda Trading Phils., Ecozone Corp.
HFI had also donated to victims of strong typhoons such as Ondoy, Sendong, and Habagat.

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  1. “The vote of a bank president is worth more than the vote of a farmer,” Gatmaitan says. “The thing about Makati is, it’s difficult to control votes. You can’t brandish a gun, you have to ring doorbells and make phone calls—Western-style democracy. In the provinces, you just need organization. Five to ten percent cheating is doable, but once you’re above fifteen percent, the bureaucracy is killing. If I’ve got to change eighty votes in a barangay [township district], it will take me a day and a half filling out ballots.” (Forty races are being contested in most parts of the country, and the ballot is nearly two feet long.) “And you can’t do it beforehand, because you have to wait to know if you need to cheat.

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