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The ‘Group Picture’

I was kind of sorting out my old school files when I came across this group picture taken pretty long-years ago. When I look at the faces of those in the photo, I can’t help but reminisce the days when I was still part of this big family. I miss the moment working with these […]


CORDAID partner NGOs undergo training on Basic Photography and Success Story Writing

Mindanao Convergence of NGOs for Social Protection (MinConSP) conducted a training- workshop on photography and success story writing on August 18-20 at Eco Resort, Lake Sebu South Cotabato. Twenty two representatives from the Convergence network took part in the said workshop with Bobby Timonera and Marcos Mordeno of Mindanews as trainers-resource persons. The workshop was […]


KFI trains new ANAK KAWAGIB members on advocacy and lobbying skills

Seeing the need to develop a new generation of young Bangsamoro advocates and activists for children’s rights, KFI conducted a training on advocacy and lobbying for 25 new members of ANAK KAWAGIB at Paglat National High School last August 21, 2014. The main aim of the said training was to enhance the capacities of the […]


ANAK KAWAGIB joins the rally for approval of Bangsamoro Basic Law

ANAK KAWAGIB joins the General Peace Rally for people’s popular ratification of Bangsamoro Basic Law headed by Mindanao Alliance for Peace (MAP) for a  strong appeal to the Philippine congress to pass the law without delay on May 4, 2014 in Tacurong City. More than 16,000 people from 15 municipalities of Maguindanao and Sultan Kudarat provinces, namely […]

RESPECT EDUCATION commences popular workshops

A total of seventy (70) Grade IV and V pupils started Respect Education workshops last July 22-23, 2014, in Ala Central Elementary School and Kangkong Elementary School, Esperanza, Sultan Kudarat respectively. The Pasali-Philippines Foundation staff facilitated the activity. The workshops, Getting To Know and Symbols of Respect, were aimed at creating a friendly and open […]

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SCC hones young people as catalyst of change

Southern Christian College through the Office of the Vice President for Research and Extension (OVPRE) has its program known as “Summer Institute for Peace and Development Motivator (SIPDM)” conducted for the youth specifically from its ten partner communities. SIPDM provides a venue for building solidarity among tri-people (i.e., Indigenous People, Bangsamoro, and Migrant Settlers) youth […]

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Strengthening people led development

One of the most interesting things about working on the documentation of field-level experiences is that you get to know about these experiences in detail. And then you get to see that there are many efforts going on, all over the world, to change the situation in which small-scale farmers, the rural populations, and the […]