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Mission:PHL is a corporate social responsibility project of the BusinessMirror. It serves to engender a genuine public understanding and appreciation for nations that have helped the Philippine government in improving the lives and future of the Filipino people.

Program for Young Parents: Giving second chances to teen moms—nominated for the Project of the Year, Mission: PHL, the BusinessMirror Envoys&Expats Awards

DEVELOPED in 2014 by the United States Agency for International Development (Usaid), the Program for Young Parents (PYP): Giving Second Chances to Teen Moms, was one of the projects nominated for Project of the Year at the recent Mission: PHL, the BusinessMirror Envoys&Expats Awards.

Awarding of foreign-backed transpo projects

Undersecretary for Administration and Finance Garry V. de Guzman (left) formalizes the Department of Transportation’s collaboration with the “Mission: PHL” Envoys&Expats Awards of the BusinessMirror  (Transportation Infrastructure category), through the signing of a memorandum of agreement with the broadsheet’s Editor in Chief Jun B. Vallecera.

Mission: PHL fact sheet


Mission:PHL, the BusinessMirror’s Envoys & Expats Recognition Awards, celebrates the role of nations as partners in Philippine development. It gives due recognition to embassies, consulates and aid agencies, as well as economic and cultural offices—with projects that have contributed to the country’s economic growth, social progress, peace, security and stability.

Neda in ‘Mission: PHL’

Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto M. Pernia (seated, right) and BusinessMirror Publisher T. Anthony C. Cabangon (seated, left) finalize the memorandum of agreement to formalize the participation of the National Economic and Development Authority (Neda) in “Mission: PHL,” the BusinessMirror’s Envoys&Expats Awards.

A toast to ‘Mission: PHL!’

Ambassadors, members of the diplomatic community, aid development organizations, and representatives from the private sector, civil society, youth and government agencies, in partnership with the BusinessMirror, toast “Mission: PHL”—the BusinessMirror’s Envoys&Expats Awards launch—at the City Garden Grand Hotel in Makati City on Thursday night.

Partnership for ‘Mission: PHL’

Department of Foreign Affairs Assistant Secretary Jose Eduardo E. Malaya (left) and Psyche Roxas-Mendoza, Philippines Graphic managing editor and special project director for “Mission: PHL,” the BusinessMirror Envoys and Expats Awards, sign the memorandum of agreement for the project.