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May 8, 2014

Blindness Prevention Program: Lighting Paths

The Phase II of Blindness Prevention Program was proposed and implemented due to the good results of those patients who benefited the Blindness Prevention Program Phase I.
May 7, 2014

Fishing Boat Project_Through the Doors of Typhoon

When another typhoon “ Quinnie” hit our country before the year end last 2014, it has left countless destructions around the Philippines including Palawan. The said typhoon destroyed hundreds of fishing boats and houses, mostly in the northern part of Palawan.
May 6, 2014

Agape Rural Program Mobilizes Yolanda Relief and Medical Operations

When super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) and storm surge hit Leyte and Samar, ARP thru the leadership of its executive director Dr. Editha C. Miguel, was one of the first non-government organizations, who responded quickly to help the victims.


About ARP

Community Based Development Program

The Agape Rural (Health) Program (ARP) is a community based development program that was developed to help needy and underserved Filipinos improve their quality of life through holistic health services anchored on.

Our history

The health of the Philippine population was always a concern as eighty percent (80%) of these communities and municipalities have little or no access to any health care services. It was envisioned that physical health and social/community development multiplication might be approached concurrently under one program.

Some of our ARP Volunteers


The ARP vision is to provide continuing development opportunities for new graduates mainly from the health professions including nurses so that they would become community multipliers wherever they were placed through this holistic approach to health. Graduates of other disciplines like social work, engineering, agriculture, planning, architecture, public administration, and education are also included.

Cristy Tolentino

Accountant | Finance Officer

Raquel Javillana


Roy Jover


Kamille Almonte

Medical Doctor