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The Philippine Consortium advocates for a caring community whereby business organizations have an important role in promoting social equity and inclusion through contributing to rural quality education and support to vulnerable groups.

The one percent (1%) of the total contract price with the Philippine Consortium will be donated to the favorite charitable institution of our customers.

Doc Nick is invited by the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) in a forum to give his insights on Artificial Intelligence and Deep Fake in electoral process as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility!  

Doc Nick will give a talk on "Nurturing Positive Image toward Self" for GIP in DSWD Field Office V as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility  

"We are a proud sponsor of one of the most prestigious international  conference for Physicist and Teachers in Health Professions" Philippine Math Olympiad"!  

"We are a proud sponsor of Philippine Math Olympiad"
Congratulations to the Area stage winners from NCR, Luzon, Visayas and Luzon!  

"Student Athlete sa malalayong Barangay"
Congratulations Nvivo home garden basketball team!Isa sa mga Corporate Socia Responsibility project ng ang pagtataguyod ng Student Athletes sa mga malalayong Barangay. Mga anak ng mga pinaka mahirap na pamilya sa aming lugar kayang umahon sa buhay sa pamamagitang ng sports at character building, edukasyon, disiplina at gabay ng panginoon! Kailangan po nilang pumasok sa eskwela at bawal mag cutting classes, maging disiplinado at bawal ang bisyo at maging mabuting Kabataan! Yan ang Student Athlète sa Barangay!


UPOU-FMDS Lecturers Awarded by Philippine Association of Social Workers, Inc.

October 10, 2018

Two UP Open University (UPOU) lecturers from the Faculty of Management and Development Studies (FMDS) were awarded a Plaque of Recognition for their service to the public by the Philippine Association of Social Workers, Inc. (PASWI) on October 10, 2018 in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. PASWI is a national organization for professional social workers in the country which advocates for total human development.

Dr. Melba L. Manapol currently teaches SW 210 Social Administration and Development in the Diploma in/Master of Social Work (D/MSW) program of FMDS. Besides serving as lecturer, she is the Chairperson of the Social Work Department and a Professor at Ateneo de Davao University and the National Association for Social Work Education, Inc. (NASWEI) President.


Dr. Manapol’s public service leadership includes serving as resource person for Case Management Training for CSSDO, DSWD, Child Caring Agencies in Visayas and Mindanao, offering consultancy work for Strategic Planning and Project Review for Handicap International, MONKASPED and Compostela Valley Seniors Citizen Organization, module developer and trainer for capability building of Local Social Welfare and Development Officers and paraprofessionals on Case Management for the Protection of Children in Emergencies, trainer for Community Based Psychosocial Support Healing and Recovery Program at Bai Mai Surin Refugee Camp in Mae Hong Son, Thailand. She was also a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Social Work and Human Service Practice.


Dr. Manapol finished her Bachelor of Science in Social Work at Ateneo de Davao University and her Master of Social Work degree at the University of the Philippines Diliman. She earned her PhD in Educational Management also from Ateneo de Davao University.


Dr. Nicamil K. Sanchez taught SW 220 Social Work Theory and Practice for the D/MSW program of FMDS. Besides serving as a lecturer, he is also the CEO for Philippine Consortium for Social Welfare and Human Dev.

Previously, he has served as a social worker for the Philippine National Red Cross and as a social welfare officer for DSWD. He likewise taught at the University of the City of Manila, University of the Philippines Diliman, and at the Armed Forces of the Philippines.


As the National President of ACU Postgraduate Association, he has spearheaded “Book for A Cause,” which saw the donation of more than 20,000 books to daycare and rural schools in Payatas Quezon city, Basey Samar Elementary school, University of Southern Philippines, Panabo Elementary school, Western Mindanao State University, and University of Southern Philippines. He also organizes feeding programs in various day care centers. In his current post at the Philippine Consortium, he donates to charitable institutions for every business transaction.

Dr. Sanchez took his Bachelor of Science Major in Social Work degree at the University of the City of Manila and his Master in Public Management degree at the Development Academy of the Philippines. He took up post graduate studies in Gerontology and Geriatrics at the University of Malta European Centre of Gerontology and Geriatrics and was an academic visitor at the Oxford University Institute of Population Ageing in United Kingdom. Dr. Sanchez received his PhD in Social Work from the Australian Catholic University – Canberra Campus. (PMMuyco)

Tahanang Mapagkalinga ni Madre Rita, Inc.

July 12, 2019

Most powerful and effective prayer are from the most vulnerable children. The Philippine Consortium Inc. - Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) contributes to the needs of the most vulnerable children. 

Buy NVivo, Interpris and Sonia software, be a lifesaver of children who has been abandoned and neglected. Three (3%) of our profit goes directly to abandoned and neglected children and to rural education.

"Pagpalain po lalo si Kuya Nick at ang NVivo Philippines sa pag share nila ng blessings, at sana po ay maging inspirasyon siya ng pag-asa at pagbabago para sa Batang Balagtas."

St. Mary's College, Quezon City

January 16, 2020

Our first Philippine Consortium Inc. - Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Project for 2020.

We start the year by giving technological tool, 16gb USB to students who need all the support of the community to finish their degree. They may be the first in their family to finish a college degree and most of them are living in deprived communities.


Small act of kindness of NVivo Philippines. 

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Walang Iwanan, Batang Balagtas!

June 14, 2020

Philippine Consortium Inc. - Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Project.

We will be donating the Non-contact Infrared Thermometer with battery to selected public schools and churches in Balagtas. Bulacan.


We are all in this together and will get through in this together.

Walang iwanan, Batang Balagtas! God bless Balagatas!

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Tahanang Mapagkalinga ni Madre Rita, Inc.

July 13, 2020

Philippine Consortium Inc. - Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Project.

Donation to halfway home and residential center for neglected, abused and abandoned children.

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House of Refuge Foundation, Inc.

May 17, 2021

Philippine Consortium Inc. - Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Program supporting child caring institution.

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Journey of the Senior Citizens Towards the New Normal

November 29, 2021

The National Association for Social Work Education, Inc.

Dr. Nicamil K. Sanchez presented his research entitled "Journey of the Senior Citizens Towards the New Normal" during the NASWEI 49th Biennial Convention with the theme: "Philippine Social Work Education Amidst the Pandemic: Challenges, Innovations and Trajectories" held from November 29 to December 3, 2021, via Zoom Meeting.


Blood Letting Project
"Dugong Alay, Dugtong Buhay"

February 13, 2022


Hosted by: Northville 7 Riders Club

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Plaque of Recognition awarded to United Registered Social Workers

December 20, 2022

Congratulations to the United Registered Social Workers volunteers who have responded to the call of times during Covid-19 pandemic and have provided psychological first aid and social work intervention.

Until now, URSW members are still providing social welfare services to the most vulnerable Filipinos.

Mabuhay ang URSW at Manggagawang Panlipunan! 

Daghang salamat DSWD for recognizing the contribution of URSW volunteers!


COMELEC: "Pagtutulungan sa Makabagong Halalan"

January 2023

Commission on Elections (COMELEC) represented by its Commisioners signed a Merorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Philippine Consortium Inc. represented by Doc Nick "Nvivo" to push for electoral reforms.

The COMELEC held its first Election Summit last January 2023.

The Summit, with a theme "Pagtutulungan sa Makabagong Halalan" aims to bring together various stakeholders of the Philippine election system for a three-day National Election Summit, which is a culmination of dialogues and consultations held nationwide to address key issues, identify opportunities for meaningful and sustainable reforms, and to map out strategies toward a free, orderly, honest, and credible Philippine elections and other exercise.

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COMELEC: "Pagtutulungan sa Makabagong Halalan"

February 23, 2023

Thank you Commission On Elections (COMELEC) for recognizing the contribution of our company in the field of data analytics and for inviting us in the first-ever National Election Summit with the theme "Pagtutulungan sa Makabagong Halalan."

The summit aims to provide a platform for a national dialogue, and consultation with election stakeholders in the enhancement of policies, plans, and programs in election administration and enforcement of election laws.

Happy NVivoing COMELEC!



March 08 - 10, 2023

As the CEO of a start-up tech company, the Philippine Consortium for Social Welfare and Human Development Research, Inc. (PCSWHDR),, we are deeply honored and humble to be invited by the COMELEC at the National Election Summit!

Our academic research software (such as NVivo, Wolfram Mathematica, XLStat, Citavi, OriginLab, Piktochart, Sonia and Lumivero) will be in full force to contribute in fulfilling COMELEC's vision of "Pagtutulungan sa Makabagong Halalan"!


Responding to the Mental Wellbeing of Filipinos

Dr. Nicamil K. Sanchez, CEO, Philippine Consortium Inc. | Awardee, Australia Awards Scholarships

"Covid-19 pandemic has significantly affected the health, economic and psychological wellbeing of the entire humanity. One of the solemn oaths of Registered Social Worker (RSW) is to protect the most vulnerable and ensure that no one will be left behind. In these trying times, everyone is a victim, and will need psychological first-aid and psycho social support. We can only move forward after the pandemic if we will care for the mental health of every Filipino in these humanitarian crisis. We will recover the economic losses, and will be able to regain our physical health, but we need to support the mental health of every Filipino since it may have long-term impact. More so, we need to promote social cohesion and inclusion given the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ). Lastly, registered social workers are the link of the most vulnerable to appropriate government agency and organizations. Given the social distancing and ECQ, more than 400 volunteers of the United-Registered Social Workers are my inspiration to promote mental health and social cohesion. More so, the RSW heroes are the social workers in the frontline working in the medical setting and LGU's social worker who served as link of the most vulnerable to appropriate intervention. Their stories working with the people have moved me to do more and join them in the front line thru supporting them as well as to rally my fellow social workers to volunteer their time, knowledge, skills and expertise in our nationwide telephone/digital social work counseling and PFA."


Dr. Nicamil Sanchez mobilised registered social workers (RSW) to serve as volunteer psycho-social first aiders for a free confidential telephone and online psycho-social support / psycho-social first aid to support the mental health of Filipinos. More than 400 volunteers of the United Registered Social Workers have volunteered their time and expertise for the nationwide telephone/digital social work counselling.


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