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Australia Alumni Communities Philippines (AACPh)

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About AACPh

Australia Alumni Communities Philippines or AACPh is an inclusive network of Australia alumni's communities of practice. It is an engagement platform for change and impact in society through Australia alumni's expertise, innovation and leadership.

We all share a common vision and mission which is to be catalysts of positive impact, enduring collaboration and transformational leadership driven by the communities of practice of Australia-educated Filipinos committed to national development.

Why Join

Be part of a unique community of people who share the same profession, practice and passion as you. Find a collaborator among fellow alumni who can help you in your profession or projects.



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Get the latest news and updates from AACPh

Click here to download a copy of Bayanimates July 2022 - the official monthly newsletter AACPh.

Get the latest news and updates from AACPh

Click here to download a copy of Bayanimates July 2022 - the official monthly newsletter AACPh.

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My Australia Awards Story: Australia Awards scholar shares life as Filipino scholar during the pandemic

My Australia Awards Story: Australia Awards scholar shares life as Filipino scholar during the pandemic

Story Bites Awardees

From completing almost three semesters at his rented apartment, travelling around Australia with fellow Filipino scholars, to receiving an award for academic excellence, Jay Allen Villon shares his rewarding Australia Awards journey amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Through Australia Awards, I was able to go out of my comfort zone, overcome numerous academic and personal obstacles, and realise strengths that could contribute to the ongoing process of personal and professional development."

Jay completed his Master of Inclusive and Special Education at Monash University where he received the Dean's Award for Academic Excellence from the Faculty of Education, and the Academic Medal for Excellence in Graduate Coursework Study.

My Australia Awards Story: Australia Awards scholar shares life as Filipino scholar during the pandemic

My Australia Awards Story: Australia Awards scholar shares life as Filipino scholar during the pandemic

Story Bites Awardees

From completing almost three semesters at his rented apartment, travelling around Australia with fellow Filipino scholars, to receiving an award for academic excellence, Jay Allen Villon shares his rewarding Australia Awards journey amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Through Australia Awards, I was able to go out of my comfort zone, overcome numerous academic and personal obstacles, and realise strengths that could contribute to the ongoing process of personal and professional development."

Jay completed his Master of Inclusive and Special Education at Monash University where he received the Dean's Award for Academic Excellence from the Faculty of Education, and the Academic Medal for Excellence in Graduate Coursework Study.

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AACPh welcomes Agriculture, Aquatic, and Natural Resources community of practice

The Australia Alumni Communities Philippines (AACPh) recently launched its latest community of practice – the Agriculture, Aquatic, and Natural Resources (AANR) community of practice (CoP), which aims to contribute to finding suitable or best fit solutions and approaches to the challenges in the AANR sector. The new CoP, which is supported by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), is led by co-convenors Dr. Moises Neil Seriño and Dr. Nelson Pampolina.
The launch was graced by Australian Embassy Charge d'Affaires Richard Sisson, ACIAR Chief Executive Officer Prof. Andrew Campbell, DOST-PCAARRD Executive Director Dr. Reynaldo Ebora together with AAAEP-P Senior Project Manager Gel Ferrer, AACPh National Convenor Dr Pacifico Calderon, and AACPh Founding Convenor Michael Angelo Malicsi.

Visit https://www.facebook.com/ausalumcph to know more about AACPh and its initiatives.

AACPh welcomes Agriculture, Aquatic, and Natural Resources community of practice

The Australia Alumni Communities Philippines (AACPh) recently launched its latest community of practice – the Agriculture, Aquatic, and Natural Resources (AANR) community of practice (CoP), which aims to contribute to finding suitable or best fit solutions and approaches to the challenges in the AANR sector. The new CoP, which is supported by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), is led by co-convenors Dr. Moises Neil Seriño and Dr. Nelson Pampolina.
The launch was graced by Australian Embassy Charge d'Affaires Richard Sisson, ACIAR Chief Executive Officer Prof. Andrew Campbell, DOST-PCAARRD Executive Director Dr. Reynaldo Ebora together with AAAEP-P Senior Project Manager Gel Ferrer, AACPh National Convenor Dr Pacifico Calderon, and AACPh Founding Convenor Michael Angelo Malicsi.

Visit https://www.facebook.com/ausalumcph to know more about AACPh and its initiatives.

Click here to download a copy of Bayanimates July 2022 - the official monthly newsletter AACPh.