The biography of the late President Ramon Magsaysay deals with his astounding life in political, historical, and personal terms.
These are the stories of the Magsaysay laureates, Asia's contemporary heroes and heroines. It is to make sure that current and future generations will have the kind of stories that will be told and retold because they inspire hope, uplift the spirit, celebrate triumph over adversity, nurture a passion to be of genuine service to one's fellow humans.
Colorful and inspiring stories of real-life heroism to children all over the world, so that they may grow in their love of country, compassion for their fellowmen, and perseverance to achieve worthwhile goals anchored on strong personal values.
Some cool read, a collection of twenty-one essays from the first four years of the Ramon Magsaysay Student Essay Competition (RMSEC). Winning young writers from high schools, colleges, and universities across the Philippines -- and three from Korea -- reflect on the inspiring lives and work of Asia's moral heroes.
A three-part film series about the late Ramon Magsaysay, the third President of the Republic of the Philippines -- dearly loved by his people and much admired around the world.
A "cool" learning tool. The interactive adventures are companion play-and-study activities for students in out of the classroom: they offer vocabulary enhancers, solving mazes, and other challenges.
The Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation (RMAF) publishes biographical essays on each recipient of the Magsaysay Award. These essays, a window to their extraordinary lives and work, are compiled in the Foundation’s Book of Record, The Ramon Magsaysay Award (volumes 1 to 15, covering the years 1958 to 2002), and are also published as individual awardee pamphlets (1983-2002). In addition to biographical essays, the books and pamphlets also contain the citations with which each Magsaysay Award was conferred, as well as each awardee’s formal response.