Francine Kyle B. Yacat
  • Santa Rosa City, Laguna
  • Philippines
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Cities, Food, Human Rights, Religion, Youth
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I am a Senior High School student from the Philippines and I'm hoping that this org will become one of my eye openers to the world.

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