The Bangsamoro has won a significant and major but incomplete victory. The victory will only be complete when change is felt by each and every Moro.
The birth of MINCODE came at a time when NGOs and POs were enjoying the highest respect, recognition and support from government. Those were the glorious days of the civil society. Those were days of the beginnings of NGO dynamism
By Charlito “Kaloy” Z. Manlupig Speech on the launching of Project CIRCLE (Communities of Inclusion and Resilience Through Collaborative Local Engagements) Distinguished and Honorable Guests and Partners, Good Morning. I was born in Cotabato City and grew up in one of the poorest sections of city, the old market site in the 50s and 60s. […]
We join the call for real justice for the victims and their families. We join the call for an end to violence. We join the call for greater accountability especially from among those who are vested with power and authority.
In the midst of the pains, sorrow, chaos and confusion caused by the evil act, let us remain steadfast in our pursuit of just and lasting peace.
Balay Mindanaw congratulates the Bangsamoro people as they embark on the transition towards peace and progress in their homeland.
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As peace advocates and Mindanawons, we, the Balay Mindanaw Group of NGOs, firmly support the call for the immediate passage of a Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) that is consistent with all peace agreements signed by both the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). Balay Mindanaw appreciates […]
This is one of the many stories of evacuees from Marawi. But Jamie Lambas, together with other Maranao youth leaders and facilitators, chose to provide psychosocial support to their fellow evacuees.
115,880 families or 527,704 persons displaced by the armed conflict in Marawi | 89 Evacuation Centers (ECs) are currently open with 5,055 families or 27,335 persons | 98,846 home-based internally displaced families or 442,981 persons tracked in 378 barangays in 8 Regions.