Welcome to RULA’S Classroom

We are happy to launch the RULA Classroom. We will be posting the basic steps  on how to make a RULA bag.  Our aim is to reach as many women as possible through the RULA classroom. Our Story RULA was conceptualized soon after Ondoy flooded Metro Manila. With a huge box of old glossy magazines,…

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Newsflash From Planters Development Bank (SME Advocacy Programs)

Below is a newsflash from Planters Development Bank, SME Advocacy Programs Quezon City-based RULA Project—a social enterprise beneficiary of the Planters Bank-EcoSwitch Fostering Resource Efficient Enterprises (F.R.E.E.) and SME Advocacy programs—provided building cleaners and security personnel, as well as their family members, the opportunity to learn craft skills and start their own home-based livelihood augmentaiton…

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Truly Inspirational: The Ecoist and Gawad Kalinga

Video courtesy of You Tube Ecoist bags and accessories are the inspiration behind each RULA product. Upcycled from candy wrappers, magazines, newspapers, food labels, and soda labels; Ecoist has shown a creative way to transform waste into functional and fashionable products and accessories. Their colorful and trendy designs are not just eye-catching but are great…

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RULA Bag Model

Thank You, Daisy

“Isipin ko po.” Translated in English, the line means I’ll think about it. While the word ‘po’ is a sign of respect. That’s Daisy’s favorite line. Every time she’s tasked to do something, she says, “Isipin ko po.” And she does think (hard) about it. Eventually she comes up with creative ideas. Her ability to…

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