The group has developed three 2011 calendars for such purpose: Panawagan, Farmer, and Kahirapan.
The first calendar, named “Panawagan”, was designed to be sent to all government offices, from the executive to legislative and ministry level.
The “Farmer” calendar was designed to be sent to all provincial, municipal and barangay officials, while the “Kahirapan” calendar was crafted for all company and private offices, as well as all Filipinos with email addresses.
The Kibaka calendars, according to the group, were created to inform all Filipinos worldwide of the existing problems of the Philippines and how they can help solve them.
“Ask them to each forward it to another seven Filipinos… This is a very simple inexpensive way to do our part! Let us do it now, no delay for it is plain, it can be done this way!” Kibaka Canada said in a statement.
To register your participation, send an email response to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Kibaka Canada’s central office is in Toronto, Canada. (Press release)