Since its inception in 1999, Staffhouse has been recruiting top-level professionals for blue-chip companies around the world.
As part of its corporate social responsibility initiatives, Staffhouse has partnered with the Philippine Eagle Foundation in Davao adopting, a Philippine Eagle bred in captivity and renamed it “Tiwala”
“Tiwala is one that identifies us as Filipinos – a nation built on trust and a (group of) people soaring high for the betterment of this generation and the generations to come.” Tiwala also signifies the trust that Staffhouse has earned from its clients and applicants over the years.
The Philippine Eagle, Pithecopaga jeffreyi, is a giant forest raptor endemic to the Philippines. It is considered to be one of the three largest and most powerful eagles in the world. However, over the years, it has also become one of the world’s rarest and critically endangered vertebrate species.
The Philippine Eagle Foundation, built on its commitment to promote the survival of the Philippine Eagle has partnered with different organizations and companies such as Staffhouse to achieve its objective. The Foundation focuses on the species, not only to recover its dwindling population but also to protect its habitat and ensure the sustainable use of the forests’ products for the people living near it. It has been widely recognized for its accomplishments in the conservation of the Philippine Eagle with its strong science-based programs and people-oriented strategies.
According to the Philippine Eagle Foundation website, Tiwala is said to be in good condition based on his recent check-up. He has good musculature. Live feeding is regularly done as an enrichment activity for Tiwala to practice his hunting skills and keep him fit. As one of the first captive-bred birds, Tiwala’s breeding success will be another milestone. Tiwala’s role is important in producing the next generation offspring to help augment the dwindling population of the Philippine Eagle. The PEF team is working doubly hard to make sure that Tiwala remains healthy and safe and be able to breed in the next season.
Join Staffhouse and the Philippine Eagle Foundation in preserving our national symbol.
Visit The Philippine Eagle Foundation’s website (http://www.philippineeaglefoundation.org). You can make a difference and help save the Philippine Eagle.