Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. – Plato
This quote is a good reflection on how music can affect the lives of every people in good times and bad times. It brings ease to the ones listening to it.
As for Filipinos, music is life to them. It’s one way of expressing emotions, hope, strength, and cheer.
This time, Filipino music influencers collaborate and raise a program in order to reach the residents of manila in providing their basic needs. This is also a support for the farmers who are in need of support to sell their crops especially in times of crisis where people can no longer go outside and buy their own needs in a safe way.
“Bayanihan Musikahan” channels music while promoting significant cash and in-kind donations, nutritious food, charitable fellowships, unique partnerships and the use of fast-witted technology.
Across considerable reach, the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) took over the logistics of transporting produce. This introduced the win-win scheme for resolving the problems of the pandemic to urban poor and rural farmers alike. PBSP is also the project partner where contributions are collected, paid for and disbursed.
Freshly harvested lettuce, carrots, and cabbage in Tublai, Benguet, fend off hunger among the poor of Manila’s Sta. Ana and Quiapo, Sta. Districts in Cruz. The vegetables also alleviate the danger of famine in the capital city, which may happen in another part of the country even at a time of rich farm production, as the latest pandemic coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is raging.
The supply runs of rice and other vegetables from Bulacan, Nueva Vizcaya and Camarines Sur to Metro Manila make up the other half of the highly visible online marathon concert series “Bayanihan Musikahan.”
The project was launched by National Music Artist Ryan Cayabyab, who gathered about 80 Filipino musicals.
This is how music is bridging it’s power to reach the one’s who are in need.
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