Bagong Henerasyon Partylist to promote jobs, healthcare and education for all

It is evident that the Local Government units like the Mayor, and the National level elected official may not be enough to provide the necessities of our fellow countrymen like getting the jobs they need to provide to their families, a good medical and healthcare not only for the principal provider but for the whole family, the young, the elderly and especially the less fortunate and persons with disability who need utmost care, and especially providing the most important foundation of the youngest generation in forming their mind, heart, and social awareness in the school by getting a good education.


Amidst all those partylist that has bloomed out of nowhere nearing the election period, there is one partylist that has been serving the people since 2010. The Bagong Henerasyon Partylist or BH for short, founded by former Congresswoman Bernadette Herrera, who has been in public service since the 2000s.
Me and a group of fellow bloggers were invited to their Miting De Avance last week and was able to witness the lively crowd, a mix of elderly, men and women, young generation and the middle age.
The BH Partylist or Bagong Henerasyon (New Generation) just concluded their Miting De Avance last May 4 at the Elements Tent in Centris Quezon City. With throngs of people coming from different parts of Metro Manila and nearby provinces, they all converged there to show support for Congresswoman Bernadette Herrera (1st Nominee) and businessman Marlon Manalang (2nd Nominee) for their group.


Congresswoman Bernadette’s work wherein she served as councilor in the early 2000’s. When the partylist system was started and BH Partylist had sufficient votes, their goal to help those who need help in hospital payments, health, education (scholarships and higher education), and those who want to find jobs, businesses (SME’s) so people can put food on their table and survive their daily lives. So far, they’ve gotten over 130 Principal Authored Bills to address this and needs to help even more this coming elections.



Congresswoman Bernadette Herrera says “Since 2010, this is the first time we are doing a Miting de Avance. From our hearts, thank you so much for being here. Thank you Brother Marlon for organizing this today. I go around looking in communities, hearing people what they need, and I’m thankful you visited us here to give support to our cause. I already feel we have won the race. We are excited to provide public service. I have been here for 21 years and I feel so overwhelmed when people tell us that they were helped by our partylist Bagong Henerasyon. With MCGI and us, I see a very huge support from you all. When Brother Marlon and I visit Kuya Daniel, I feel like I’m part of MCGI. Our goal is to help in Health, Education and Job Generation. We need to teach our neighbors, those who are in the provinces to vote for a partylist representative. It’s not hard to campaign as people know we have done remarkable achievements with the Universal Healthcare Law. The government should be able to shoulder private hospitals next, we need to work on this and we hope you would help us do this in the next congress. There’s only a few days left before national elections and I hope in the few days you would ask your family, relatives, who would want to push for the same projects we do with Bagong Henerasyon. You are our inspiration, for the people you help are also the same ones we want to represent in the lower house. Number 35, Bagong Henerasyon Partylist!”

Check out the highlights of the event on this video, this includes a short interview with Brother Marlon Manalang (2nd Nominee) who also introduced us to some of his kids who were with him that afternoon:

If you want more information about their cause and projects, you may like their social channels by searching Bagong Henerasyon on Facebook. If you want them to represent you, make sure you shade number 35 this Monday.





Eli has 28 years of extensive IT sales expertise in Data, voice and network security and integrating them is his masterpiece. Photography and writing is his passion. Growing up as a kid, his father taught him to use the steel bodied Pentax and Hanimex 135mm film and single-direction flash, Polaroid cameras, and before going digital, he used mini DV tape with his Canon videocam. He now shoots with his Canon EOS 30D. Photography and blogging is a powerful mixture for him.

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