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Copy of MORAL RECOVERY PROGRAM (Building a People-Building a Nation

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Ernester Sebial

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MORAL RECOVERY PROGRAM (Building a People-Building a Nation)
Goals for change are proposed. Should develop:

Sense of patriotism & national pride-- genuine love, appreciation, & commitment;

Developing a Sense of the Common Good
OverviewProclamation No. 62 dated 30 September 1992 declared a Moral Recovery Program in response to the need to strengthen the moral resources of the Filipino people rooted in Filipino culture, values and ideals that are pro God, pro people, pro country and pro nature. This Moral Recovery Program (MRP) refers to the national campaign for moral renewal which includes the objectives, strategies and cumulative experiences generated in the course of implementing Presidential Proclamation No. 62.

Family Orientation
Joy and Humor
Love for socials and celebrations
Flexibility, Adaptability and Creativity
Tolerance for ambiguity
Creative, resourceful, adept at learning, and able to improvise
Hard work and Industry
Ability to Survive
Faith and Religiosity

Specific Strategies Developing patriotism & national pride

Ideology- national ideology that can summon all our resources for the task of lifting national morale, pride & productivity

Developing patriotism & national pride

Languages.- Use Filipino in our cultural & intellectual life. Some of our universities & other institutions have started doing this; practice should be continued and expanded.


Extreme Personalism
Extreme Family-Centeredness
Lack of Discipline- palusot, ningas cogon
Passivity and Lack of Initiative
Colonial Mentality
Kanya-Kanya Syndrome
Lack of Self-Analysis and Self-Reflection

Sense of the common good--look beyond selfish interests, a sense of justice & a sense of outrage at its violation;

History -Write & teach our true history; history books must be rewritten from our perspective.
Include in our education those aspects of the past that are still preserved by cultural communities. The culture & traditions of these minorities should be protected & given importance

Education. -Push for the Filipinization of the entire educational system. We must have value formation in the school curriculum & teach pride in being a Filipino. Literature should be used to instill national pride.

Government.Government needs to decentralize its power & give more voice & greater participation to people at the grassroots.

The government should bring basic services to the depressed areas in a participatory manner, giving the local people a more active role in administering and enhancing such services.

Non-governmental organizations
Cause-oriented groups or NGO be both crusading or consciousness-raising & problem solving. Community groups or people's organizations can conduct their own projects w/ the support of NGOs, religious groups & the government, & empower themselves in the process.

Form small study groups in our schools, work places or communities. Through these groups, we can study the various ways by which can initiate change in our spheres of influence & encourage each other to become role models for our family, peers, and community.
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