The “it is not”
and “but is” of PEER VOLUNTEERS ASSOCIATION
BY: Diah Mae Abida (PVA Member)
PVA is not…
A clique- small groups
talking among themselves. Interest Groups of PVA was formed to develop one’s potentials and to discover something from
within. It was not formed to build gap, rather it was organized to link us together.
Chairman-centered- everybody addressing only the chairman. Once you become part of the peer, you will be equally treated.
A Monologue- one doing
all the talking while the others just listen. Peers always have something smart to share.
A Side chain- people whispering with each other. PVA has a rule: “One-mouth rule’.
A Debate- two people discussing
with the rest as onlookers. At the end of everything, PEER MEMBERS will learn to talk and be a leader.
A General Interaction…
We support, encourage one another
We give smile to each other
that serves as an inspiration
We speak out what we have in our mind
We make difference
We are one family and act as one!!!