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Friday, December 22, 2006

Nominate a site: Association / Organization Category

The Association / Organization category intends to spotlight on websites that focuses on trade associations, industry, or special interest or community groups.

Nominate a site now by posting a comment on or before February 18, 2007. It should include the following:

Website name:
Website url:
What makes this website outstanding?


Lenin Lumagbas said...

Name: Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity & Sorority - U.P. Cebu - Philippines


What makes it outstanding?
1. It's web standards compliant.
2. It offers beneficial content (original and/or re-published articles) to members and non org members.
3. It's updated almost weekly.
4. It's aesthetically appealing

Anonymous said...

Resources for the Blind

An organization that encourages website visitors in helping out the blind, the largest group of persons with disability sector in the country.

Rodney said...




What makes it outstanding?
1. Colorful and not churchy design
2. Audio sermons
3. Videos such as cantatas, concerts, anniversaries, infoteam church news reports, music videos, video segments.
4. GOD IS AT WORK podcast
5. Daily Devotions
6. Yahoo group to keep the members updated.
7. Downloadables
8. Photos of events
9. You can send Prayer Requests and Inquiries online
10. Online calendar of activities

Sonorous Underground said...

Name : Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative, Inc.


What makes it outstanding?
1. The only NGO in the Philippines that provides economic and social services to overseas Filipinos and their families and help address the social cost of migration and tap the development potential of migration.

2. The first in the Philippines for having an OFW ONE-STOP CENTER, a comprehensive, efficient service to the OFWs and their families.
Programs and Services
-Psychosocial Services
•Counseling and Referral.
•Family and Peer Counseling.
-Information and Education
•Pre-departure Orientation Seminars and OFW Family Orientation Seminars.
•Capacity Building Program.
•Education for Life Program for OFW Cooperative Members in the Philippines and Abroad.
-Savings Mobilization
•Koop Balikabayani International Savings and Credit Services
•Batang Atikha Savers Club
-Enterprise Development Services
•Handog Kabuhayan Business Opportunity Seminars
•Financial and Business Counseling / Mentoring
Other Services
-OFW Helpline
•To offer the OFWs a center for communication and information for the economic and social concerns using the latest information and communication technology.
-OFW Coop Mart
•To provide members with cheaper goods and to save time for buying groceries for members of the consumer cooperative.
•To bring services of OWWA, POEA and DFA nearer communities.

Regnard said...

Name: Adobe User Group - Philippines


What makes it outstanding?
1. Relevant content
2. Nice look and feel

Anonymous said...

Association of Negros Producers

Informative, useful and resourceful organization website based in Negros Island.

Jojo said...

Name: Philippine Web Accessibility Group
What makes it outstanding?
1. It teaches and promotes web accessibility in the Philippines as a method of making information accessible to all including persons with disabilities (PWD).
2. It helps remove barriers from anyone to access vital information.
3. It encourages participation and open up opportunities for persons with disabilities through web accessibility.

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Janette Toral is the site owner of At her highest value, she delivers independent insights through research, education, training, e-learning, consulting, public speaking.

She is a Fascinate Certified Advisor, Certified ScrumMaster, and Certified Scrum Product Owner. 

She participated in the IVLP or International Visitors Leadership Program 2011 (individual program) sponsored by the U.S. Embassy. Featured as 1 of the 6 women innovator at the APEC Women and Economy Summit 2011, San Francisco, USA.

She got recognized as Champion of Philippine Internet and E-Commerce Hall of Fame Award given by Asian Institute of E-Commerce in 2010; Globe Tattoo Digital Elder Award 2009; E-Services E-Champion Awards 2008 - Policy and Legal Category by the Department of Trade and Industry / CITEM / Board of Investments; International Schools Cyberfair Ambassador Award 2004 and 2002 given by Global Schoolnet USA; World Summit for the Information Society (WSIS) Philippines Awards 2003 E-Learning Category for her E-Commerce Workshop Online.

Janette, as former technical consultant / executive director of the Congressional Oversight Committee for the E-Commerce Law, was instrumental for the creation of policies in the area of consumer protection (value added services, e-commerce, electronic banking), data privacy for the private sector, and acceptance of electronic payment in government. 

As founding president of the Philippine Internet Commerce Society, she was instrumental for the passage of the Y2K Law and E-Commerce Law. She retired in 2002. Other organizations she served as board member in the past were the Philippine Computer Emergency Response Team (PH-CERT) and Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines (IMMAP).

She is a distinguished expert for the 2nd Expert Committee of APEC E-Commerce Business Alliance.

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