October 23, 2012


I was one of the lucky participants of P.L.A.N.E.T or Psoriasis Livelihood Assistance Network and Training. If you’ve been reading this blog, you know that I have psoriasis and I’m a member of PsorPhil group. One of the visions of PsorPhil is to help and support people with psoriasis. For your information, we have members that are unemployed, they were either terminated or they can’t find job because of the skin condition so it is PsorPhil aims to help members by providing livelihood assistance and training. PsorPhil hopes that this training can help them to earn.

I was able to attend the Basic Web Designing and Basic PC troubleshooting training at Hope Christian High School in Sta. Cruz, Manila last Oct. 13 and Oct. 20, 2012. It was half day training so don’t expect that I can do web design or troubleshoot computer already but at least I’ve learned the basics. Now, I know and understand some html and css terminology and I’ve tried to assemble and disassemble computers. I just hope there’s a continuation of this training.

This was the second livelihood assistance that I’ve attended the first one was soap making, jewelry making and loadingbusiness.

I know that our Mr. and Ms. PsorPhil fundraising event was already finished but if you like helping or donating to PsorPhil group. For as low as P10 you can make a difference, you can click here and send your donation. “Psoriasis Philippines needs your help to sustain its operations in serving the Filipino psoriasis sufferers”.

If you have psoriasis, join our group here and register here.

Photos from PsorPhil group. 


  1. gusto ko mga ganyan, short courses, quick and easy. kasi short lang attention span ko. hehe

    1. hehe! nanibago nga ko nung first day at parang di na sanay mag-aral ulit. =D