Life is too short: An Interview with Rhoda May Ebad
Yadu Karu: When did you realize that you have a purpose for the youth?
Yadu Karu: Who is your inspiration for doing volunteer work in Sarangani?
Yadu Karu: I know you are one of the active youth leaders in Sarangani. How do you cope with this pandemic?
Yadu Karu: You are the Project Head of “Radyo Para Sa Baryo” campaign. Can you share with us your learning experience from this project?
Yadu Karu: You also launched “Zero Hunger Alabel” and it was a success. What motivates you to initiate this project?
Yadu Karu: How do you handle criticisms or negativity?
Yadu Karu: Citizen Journalism is also part of your volunteer work. Last year, you were one of the participants of citizen journalism training organized by Rappler's civic engagement arm, MovePH. Can you share with us your learning experience from the said training?
Yadu Karu: How do you encourage your fellow youth to be citizen journalists in their respective communities?
Yadu Karu: As a member of the Provincial Youth Development Council, what are your contributions to the council so far?
Yadu Karu: What is the best advice you have received from a fellow youth?
Yadu Karu: What do you usually advise to those youth who want to pursue their purpose?
Yadu Karu: What are your other plans/projects for Sarangani?