Pinoy Manila witnessed the launch of a nationwide competition that encourage young Filipinos to create projects that could change social change with the help of modern technology- the Cat@lyst Revolution 2013.


The launching event was attended by members of the press and media, friends from Globe and Global Shapers Manila, bloggers and others. Famous personalities spotted on the event were Bianca Gonzales, Karen Davila and Marki Stroem.


I’m part of the youth and I must say we can do a lot of changes for our country. We are the future generation and as early of now we need to do something to have better future. I know we have a lot of ideas in mind that can address social problems in the country.

Good to know there are organizations and company that believe the power of youth. Two of them are Globe Telecom Inc. and Global Shapers Manila. They created a competition entitled Catalyst Revolution 2013 where young Filipinos can transform their ideas into viable programs that can help the problems of the country.


If you have information and communications technology (ICT)-based proposals that can provide solutions to real community problems such as air pollution traffic enforcement, crime prevention, among others, you can submit it to The proposals also must include with a one-minute video entry.

The entry will be judged according to innovation implementation feasibility and impact on the society. You might have the chance to be part of the five winners who will receive Php 200,000. The winners will be announced during the Tatt Awards in June.

I’m really inspired on this new campaign of Globe. This is not just lifting youth empowerment, it’s also help to resolve the country’s problem. All the young Filipinos would definitely love to join on this competition because their amazing ideas will now goes to reality. These ideas can be the potential solutions to social challenges.

For more information and updates about Cat@lyst Revolution 2013, visit

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