National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines

The country's premier recognition and advisory body on Science and Technology

MANILA HOTEL - Acd. Guillermo Q. Tabios III receiving tokens of appreciation from Mr. Gerry Sanvictores, PAPRB President, and Arch. Robert S. Sac, PAPRB Executive Vice-president. (Source: PAPRB Secretariat)
Against Pandemic Threat: NAST PHL Conducts Policy Forum on Avian Influenza
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
Winner of the AASSA President Best Poster Award
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
Signing of the AASSA Resolutions
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
Prof. Yoo Hang Kim, awards the first AASSA President Best Poster Award to the Poster Presenter
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
Prof. Yoo Hang Kim delivers his Message in the Opening Ceremony
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
Prof. Yoo Hang Kim awards Prof. Michael Barber
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
Prof. Michael Barber delivers the Keynote Address on From Bench to Community The Policy Pathway
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
Prof. Krishan Lal delivers his Congratulatory Message
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
NAST PHL President, Acd. William G. Padolina, signs the AASSA Resolutions
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
International Delegates and NAST PHL Members present at the Symposium
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
DOST Secretary, Hon. Fortunato T. de la Peña delivers his response to the AASSA Resolutions
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
AASSA President, Prof. Yoo Hang Kim, signs the AASSA Resolutions
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
AASSA President, Prof. Yoo Hang Kim, delivers his response to the AASSA Resolutions
AASSA-NAST PHL International Symposium
AASSA President welcomes the guest at the dinner hosted by AASSA
The National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines (NAST PHL), the government's highest recognition and advisory body on science and technology declares its strong support to the 18-Day campaign to End Vilence Against Women by joining the "Orange Your Icon for 18-Days" (25 November to 12 December 2015) and by attending the "Assembly of Anti-VAW Advocacy Supporters" on 25 November at the Aliw Theater, Pasay City.
 
ORANGE YOUR ICON FOR 18 DAYS. To raise awareness and conciousness of wider audience in taking action on VAW as a public issue, NAST PHL joins "Orange your Icon for 18 days".
 
NAST PHL has chosen "SANSUKLOB", a wooden sculpture of Jerusaline V. Araos displayed in front of the Science Heritage Building at the DOST Compound, Bicutan, Taguig City. The whole structure is crypt-like and furnished with some cryptic elements. Wood panels serve as walls at the same time they are scrools upon which the "most explosive" document of the Revolution is etched. This stanza from the poem of Gat Andres Bonifcaio could have been the key to a united and selfless struggle for nationa liberation.
 
The NAST Secretariat decorated "Sansuklob" with orange cloth, creep paper, baloons, board papers (hands shaped). NAST PHL logo and the 18-day campaign streamer. Please see attached photo for your reference.
 
NAST PHL is the only agency at the DOST Compound in Bicutan that participated in this initiative. Through this, the Academy shows its support on the Anti-VAW advocacy and brings the message of zero tolerance for VAW to the public's attention.

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