MASA Inc (Magkasamang Adhikaing Solar Association, Inc.) is a non profit-non stock organization whose mission is to help light up IP(Indigenous People) communities all over the country that doesn't have access to local electric provider and who are less privilege to acquire a simple solar lamp.
MASA Inc was first created as an FB group page last May 27, 2015 to give free seminars, workshops, and training about solar power set ups, information and new solar innovations. The founder, MA. TERESITA SANTILLAN saw and realized that there are more to than just giving free seminar workshops. She saw and felt that there are less privileged people who couldn't afford a solar set up, the marginalized and the IP communities in far flung and remote areas of the mountains and villages. She then registered the group at SEC last July 9, 2015 to be able to start legitimately helping these communities.
|Nuworks 100 Solar Lights of Hope workshop|
Since it's creation MASA Inc had already conducted numerous free seminars, workshops and trainings and had produced 29 TESDA certified EPAS NCII volunteers and trainers and the first Solar PV Installation NCII certified member came from MASA Inc. The first certified in the whole of Luzon and Visayas after the only certified trainer in ARRM,Mindanao.
|MASA INC TRAINERS AND VOLUNTEERS|
It had been interviewed on different radio stations and been given a Hero's award and certificates of recognition.
It had innovated circuits for small lamps, streetlights and solar power generator sets. These innovations had already been sent and used by many countries across USA, UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. It had helped a local NGO operating globally solve its multi million dollar global and local circuit problem.
It's solar lamps had gone to many upgrades from a simple recycled pet bottle, to jars, gas lamps to native solar lamp.
|MASA Inc NATIVE SOLAR LAMP|
MASA Inc had helped quite a number of IP villages across the country had the simple solar lamps. It had saved them at least 15 pesos of gas and candles to aid their students in studying at night which are very hazardous to their lungs and health. Gas lamps or candles are prone to accidents of fire.
|Aetas Of Botolan, Zambales|
There are still thousands of IP communities that live in darkness and doesn't have access to electricity.
|One of the many outreach programs of MASA Inc with the IP communities|
We need your help and support. Please join our campaign "DONATE A SOLAR LAMP INSPIRE A CHILD" and hoping that this simple solar lamp donated to each IP family could produce an architect, engineer, teacher, IT expert or maybe a mayor or president?
|DONATE A SOLAR LAMP INSPIRE A CHILD CAMPAIGN|
For donations and sponsorship, you may contact us at Tel: 632- 887 3273 or CP No.: 63-917 387 0895. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or message us on our FB page: https://www.facebook.com/masainc/
|Dumagats of General Nakar, Quezon Province, Philippines|
|Dumagat Remontados of Magata Tribe Village, Tanay|
|Solar Streetlights for Magata Tribe Village|
|Tarlac OFW Cooperative Livelihood workshop|
|Workshop with the AFP, MARINES and NAVIES|
|MASA Inc donated the Solar Power Generator Sets for the Islands of PAG-ASA Islands, Palawan|
|Solar Panel making workshop at DCP|
|Solar Panel making workshop with congressmen and women of the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES|