I am Edna M. Bularan, 42 years old. I live inside the Manila North Cemetery. I have two sons. The eldest is 15 years old and the younger one, who is enrolled in the Supervised Neighborhood Play (SNP), a home-based education program of Kapatiran-Kaunlaran Foundation Inc., is five years old.

My husband, Alvin Mañalac, is an active member of the Samahan ng mga Tagapangalaga sa Norte (SAMANTAGANOR) before joining the North Homeowners Association Inc. (NHOAI), which is handled by Vicente Eliver, a KKFI social worker, in 2018.

I work at home where I run a sari-sari store. My husband is a Barangay Public Service Officer in our community.

We are a happy family. We don’t fight.

I am from the province of Romblon where I studied from grade school up to high school.

I am very thankful that my son Alvin Dave is learning a lot from the SNP classes. Not only did he learn the A-B-Cs and 1-2-3s, he also learned how to socialize and play with other children.

I noticed that my son is now able to actively participate in class. He used to be timid but now is able to answer his teacher.

My son and I are both learning from the online classes that we attend.

The teacher, Ms. Joanna Marie Merced, is very patient even as there are some parents who do not actively participate in the activities.

I attended the Family Development Sessions (FDS), one of the activities of the Supervised Neighborhood Play, four times. I learned a lot from these sessions and I applied what I learned in the family. I got ideas from the sessions that helped me manage my family.

Although there seem to be no changes in the family, I believe that my relationship with my husband has become stronger. We are more patient with each other now.

The KKFI program is a big help to everyone in the community, especially to parents and to the children who now have access to education.

Being a member of the NHOAI, we also receive blessings like food packs and hygiene kits that greatly help the family especially during the pandemic.

I am willing to join other programs of KKFI. I believe the KKFI programs help the community a lot.

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