This world champion built a village for needy families with prize money: he’s so generous

Manny Pacquiao, real name Emmanuel Dapidran, is a truly rich man because he has a heart of gold.

Manny spent his childhood in a Filipino village. His native village, Tango, is located in Sarangani, the poorest province in the country.

His family lived in need. Sometimes she didn’t even have a little rice to prepare something to eat.

Their diet consisted of vegetables and bananas.Then his parents managed to open a small bakery.

This world champion built a village for needy families with prize money: he's so generous

At twelve years old, the boy left his studies to support his family. And he started selling donuts on the streets.

But his firm will and his desire to overcome poverty took him to the height of glory.

The boy started boxing. His first coach was his uncle.

Every day, he got up early in the morning to go running. The boy managed to wait for his goal.

This world champion built a village for needy families with prize money: he's so generous

Today, Pacquiao is the only boxer in the entire world who has won the world championship in eight different categories.

Despite his glorious life, the athlete has not forgotten his childhood and his native village.

With his prize money, the boxer started building houses for the villagers.

Pacquiao still does not stop and currently, several families live in brand new houses built by Manny Pacquiao.

This world champion built a village for needy families with prize money: he's so generous

Each of the houses is designed for two families and has two separate entrances.

In the new village there are also playing fields for different sports, a public park and a multifunctional center.

This kind-hearted man is also known as an actor and political scientist.

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