PAPEL NI JUAN Donates Paper for Public School Students' Self-Learning Modules, Educational Materials


When the pandemic closed schools and forced a hybrid approach to distance learning where students receive their lessons through a mix of online and module-based education, the production of self-learning modules (SLM) became a challenge for public schools due to high production costs and the shortage of affordable paper.

PAPEL NI JUAN, a Filipino brand of multi-purpose bond paper, came about as a way to address the shortage of paper supply in communities, schools, and offices. Made for Filipinos by Filipinos, the local brand takes pride in giving everyone access to good quality paper that is 100% recycled, acid-free, and eco-friendly.

In line with its advocacy to help students and support local communities during this time of pandemic, PAPEL NI JUAN has partnered with government offices, LGUs, and private organizations. Its current partnerships include the Office of the Vice President (donation of 500 reams), Office of Valenzuela (donation of 200 reams), A-HA Learning Center (donation of 200 reams), and Save the Children (donation of 300 reams) through Project Aral, which also helps provide educational materials to the underprivileged.

PAPEL NI JUAN's multi-purpose bond paper comes in short (Php 130/ream), A4 (Php 140/ream), and long (Php 150/ream). For every 100 reams sold, PAPEL NI JUAN pledges to donate five reams to selected LGUs from October to December 2020.

To know more about PAPEL NI JUAN's worthy cause of providing paper for the production of more SLMs and educational materials for public school students, visit the brand on Facebook ( and Instagram ( For inquiries, email or call 8293-1396 / 8293-1397.

Eda Sy, Erica Sy, and Max Sy of PAPEL NI JUAN
with Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo

PAPEL NI JUAN with Valenzuela Mayor Rex Gatchalian

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