The Philippine Embassy in Brasilia conducted two livelihood training programs on 25 March 2018 at the chancery for the benefit of the Filipino Community, namely a Jewelry Making Workshop and a Cake Decorating Workshop.
The Philippine Embassy in Brasilia celebrated the World Interfaith Harmony Week on 2 February 2018. The solemn event consisted of a collective recitation of an interfaith prayer for peace by representatives from various religious organizations.
The Embassy, in cooperation with Investur, a Brazilian tour operator based in Sao Paulo commissioned last year by the Department of Tourism to handle Philippine tourism packages in Brazil, conducted a Philippine Tourism Presentation in Brasilia on 31 January 2018.
The Philippine Embassy in Brasília, Brazil commemorated Rizal Day through a simple program with some members of the Filipino Community and Brazilian friends.
The Philippine Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil, in partnership with the Kannika Restaurant, organized the first Philippine Gastronomic Festival in Brasilia from 30 November to 02 December 2017.
The Philippines will import Girolando cattle from Brazil for at least five years starting with 10,000 heads in 2018 to as high as 250,000 cows in 2022 to boost the country’s cattle stock and improve its milk production.
The Mama Foundation (MSF) invites Filipino community in Brazil to submit entries to its contest "Mga Kuwentong Pagkain".
As part of its Gender and Development Program and in observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, also known in Brazil as Outubro Rosa(Pink October), the Philippine Embassy in Brasília, Brazil held a seminar on breast cancer awareness and prevention for the Filipino Community in Brasília at the chancery on October 29. The seminar was attended by members of the Filipino Community, mostly women, and some Brazilian guests.