• Philippines - Women in Mindanao

    An interview with Maribel Buenaobra, director of programs in The Asia Foundation's Philippines office. From The Asia Foundation's 2011 Annual Report.

    published: 07 May 2012
  • Peace with unconventional way, made ​​by local Filipina women in Mindanao

    FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/GreekFilipinoCommunity website:http://www.tsismosaonline.com

    published: 03 Jan 2014
  • Internal Migration of Muslim Women Affected By Conflict - Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

    Tasneem Cadar Abdul Rauf, a peace and gender justice advocate and member of the Khadija Center for Muslim Women Studies speaks about issues related to the internal migration of Muslim women affected by conflict at "Huntahan, Balitaan at Kapayapaan: A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process" in Manila. The event was a venue for four women from Mindanao to tell their personal stories about their experiences working and living in Mindanao and the various roles they have assumed in the common effort to bring lasting peace to the region. Tasneem talks about how many Muslim women who migrated to Manila to seek better economic opportunities have experienced discrimination and trauma. Muslim women, according to Abdul Rauf, have become the face of poverty as the effect of con...

    published: 18 Oct 2013
  • Crimson Groundz - Dota All Girls Tournament (Dota Girls Mindanao)

    Visit our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/crimsongroundz Dota All Girls Tournament (Dota Girls Mindanao) Champion: Team Aristocrats 2nd: Team Ez Brzy 3rd: Team Thrower Thanks to all who participated for the event.

    published: 24 Aug 2015
  • Inday Going to Mindanao for Vacation - Bulacan Philippines

    This is the longest Inday video I have made. Inday is on her way to Mindanao and wanted to say good-bye. I thought it was sweet, she had Lala come to the house to get me. Of course I carried my camera when I went to see her at the store. Please subscribe and comment if you enjoy our videos. My retirement in the Philippines began in Sept 6, 2012. I arrived here with a backpack, my computer, and drawing/art material to write, play and make videos. This Vlog of life here is for my memories and show my friends and family back in the USA what it is like living in the Philippines. To date, I have made over 350 videos. My trip to the Philippines was a gamble. I met Myra online and thought she seemed like a very interesting and 'Good' person I had never been to Asia and to be honest never eve...

    published: 13 Aug 2014
  • Women Sow The Seeds Of Hope In Mindanao

    A series of projects on the Philippines island of Mindanao are helping women displaced by years of conflict rebuild their lives.

    published: 06 Apr 2011
  • Mindanao Commission on Women on Typhoon Haiyan

    The Mindanao Commission on Women and the Mothers for Peace movement are contributing to the relief effort in the Visayas following the massive devastation from super typhoon Haiyan, locally named 'Yolanda' and the Bohol earthquake. You may give cash donations through PayPal using any major credit cards or depositing money to our bank account. For details, log on to www.mindanaowomen.com/haiyan. Produced by the Mindanao Commission on Women | Video by Perry Paul G. Lamanilao

    published: 15 Nov 2013
  • ONE God - Mindanao Commission on Women (MCW)

    Originally uploaded on February 11, 2010 by the MCW, it was with permission submitted to a The Message project contest in 2012. And in May 2013 was adjudged one of the top 9 submissions. It is being re-uploaded here in affirmation of The ONE Initiative. As MCW in its description says: ONE God is ... "A prayer for all religions. Thanks to those who shared their youtube videos and photos in the internet, which we used for this video." Re-uploaded by: "A Space for Peace, A Place for Silence," Midsayap, North Cotabato, Mindanao, Philippines 19 September 2014.*

    published: 19 Sep 2014
  • Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

    Please use the close caption feature for original Tagalog and English translations. For the full length video see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbREEXVJmCM Manila, February 4, 2013 -- Isis International, in partnership with WeAct 1325 and the Norwegian Embassy, today hosted "Huntahan, Balitaan at Kapayapaan: A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process" at the Richmond Hotel in Pasig City. The event was a venue for four women from Mindanao to tell their personal stories about their experiences working and living in Mindanao and the various roles they have assumed in the common effort to bring lasting peace to the region. The dialogue was held in light of the fact that women have always been portrayed as the victims during conflict, but rarely as active participants in...

    published: 13 Mar 2013
  • A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

    Please use the close caption feature for original Tagalog and English translations. For links to the articles shown at the end of the video please check out the annotations. Manila, February 4, 2013 -- Isis International, in partnership with WeAct 1325 and the Norwegian Embassy, today hosted "Huntahan, Balitaan at Kapayapaan: A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process" at the Richmond Hotel in Pasig City. The event was a venue for four women from Mindanao to tell their personal stories about their experiences working and living in Mindanao and the various roles they have assumed in the common effort to bring lasting peace to the region. The dialogue was held in light of the fact that women have always been portrayed as the victims during conflict, but rarely as acti...

    published: 13 Mar 2013
  • Irene M. Santiago Leads Mindanao Women in Ringing Bells for PEACE

    Speech of Mindanao Commission on Women (MCW) Chair Emerita & CEO Irene Morada Santiago during the opening ceremony of KAMINDANAWAN 2013, the Mindanao Women's Congress, on February 26, 2013 at the Waterfront Insular Hotel, Davao City. In her speech, Ms. Santiago gave a tribute to MCW Compostela Valley Area Core Group Director Joyce Cezar and former Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Annabelle Abaya. Both passed on in 2012. Ms. Santiago talked about Women Vote for P.E.A.C.E. (which stands for People's Participation, Economic Security, Acceptance of Identities , Choices, Enduring Values) and what ringing the bells for peace means.

    published: 02 Mar 2013
  • Covering the Grassroots - Mindanao Women in the Peace Process

    Lina Sagaral Reyes, a journalist who has been reporting from the peace fronts of Mindanao since 2000. Lina talks about covering grassroots women and how Mindanao women are calling on the media to put them in the panorama of peacebuilding efforts at "Huntahan, Balitaan at Kapayapaan: A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process". The event was a venue for four women from Mindanao to tell their personal stories about their experiences working and living in Mindanao and the various roles they have assumed in the common effort to bring lasting peace to the region. Apart from the unrecognized efforts of women in the quest for peace, Gatmaytan stressed the fact that women, including members of the indigenous communities, should be assured a space at the peace negotiation table...

    published: 19 Oct 2013
  • Women in Evacuation Centers - Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

    (Closed captions are available for English translation) Maimona Musa Didatu-Bayan, a public school teacher from Cotabato City and Central Mindanao Regional Secretary of Noorus-Salam (Light of Peace), was an evacuee and victim of war. She recounted her and her family's struggles at the evacuation center and the challenges they faced as they tried to recover what they had lost. Maimona was headstrong in her fight to survive. She worked her way through school and eventually got a degree and a job at the local school. "Huntahan, Balitaan at Kapayapaan: A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process" was a venue for four women from Mindanao to tell their personal stories about their experiences working and living in Mindanao and the various roles they have assumed in the commo...

    published: 20 Oct 2013
  • MINDANAO's 1st DRAGON BOAT RACE 2012 (Women's Category - Final Heat)

    Mindanao's 1st Dragon Boat Race 2012 was launch in Butuan City that was hosted by Father Saturnino Urios University (FSUU) in their 111th Foundation Day. This was participated by other institutions - Agusan Colleges, Inc. (ACI) and Butuan Doctors' College (BDC) Heat 1 (Result) FSUU (1st) - qualify for Final Heat ACI (2nd) - qualify for Final Heat BDC (3rd) - eliminated Final Heat (Result) FSUU (1st) - Winner ACI (2nd) - Runner Up

    published: 18 Sep 2012
  • If We Hold On Together by GCI Mindanao Women

    The song that came to life and lifted everyone with the combined voices of Christ-centered women. It doesn't get better than this. Women's Night, Cugman, Cagayan De Oro; November 1, 2014, third day of the Festival. Hosted by Sally Rebollido-Mugot and spearheaded by Gemma Arceo-Manriquez, wife of Area Superintendent for Mindanao, Jerome Manriquez. Guest speaker: Mrs. Margarita Bahinting.

    published: 05 Nov 2014
  • Muslim Women Tech - Mindanao Project

    Muslim Muslim Women Tech Empowering Women Through Technology Website: http://www.muslimwomentech.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MuslimWomenTech/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwtech

    published: 07 Oct 2016
Philippines - Women in Mindanao

Philippines - Women in Mindanao

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  • Duration: 2:31
  • Updated: 07 May 2012
  • views: 1423
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An interview with Maribel Buenaobra, director of programs in The Asia Foundation's Philippines office. From The Asia Foundation's 2011 Annual Report.
https://wn.com/Philippines_Women_In_Mindanao
Peace with unconventional way, made ​​by local Filipina women in Mindanao

Peace with unconventional way, made ​​by local Filipina women in Mindanao

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  • Duration: 3:10
  • Updated: 03 Jan 2014
  • views: 1106
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FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/GreekFilipinoCommunity website:http://www.tsismosaonline.com
https://wn.com/Peace_With_Unconventional_Way,_Made_​​By_Local_Filipina_Women_In_Mindanao
Internal Migration of Muslim Women Affected By Conflict - Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

Internal Migration of Muslim Women Affected By Conflict - Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

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  • Duration: 1:00
  • Updated: 18 Oct 2013
  • views: 483
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Tasneem Cadar Abdul Rauf, a peace and gender justice advocate and member of the Khadija Center for Muslim Women Studies speaks about issues related to the internal migration of Muslim women affected by conflict at "Huntahan, Balitaan at Kapayapaan: A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process" in Manila. The event was a venue for four women from Mindanao to tell their personal stories about their experiences working and living in Mindanao and the various roles they have assumed in the common effort to bring lasting peace to the region. Tasneem talks about how many Muslim women who migrated to Manila to seek better economic opportunities have experienced discrimination and trauma. Muslim women, according to Abdul Rauf, have become the face of poverty as the effect of conflict. The organizer of this dialogue, Isis International, is a feminist NGO whose advocacy is to advance women's rights, leadership, and empowerment in Asia and the developing world, particularly through communication. Co-organizer WeAct is a national network of women peace-makers. For further information please visit: http://www.isisinternational.org Or follow Isis International on Facebook.
https://wn.com/Internal_Migration_Of_Muslim_Women_Affected_By_Conflict_Mindanao_Women_On_The_Peace_Process
Crimson Groundz - Dota All Girls Tournament (Dota Girls Mindanao)

Crimson Groundz - Dota All Girls Tournament (Dota Girls Mindanao)

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  • Duration: 6:21
  • Updated: 24 Aug 2015
  • views: 6325
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Visit our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/crimsongroundz Dota All Girls Tournament (Dota Girls Mindanao) Champion: Team Aristocrats 2nd: Team Ez Brzy 3rd: Team Thrower Thanks to all who participated for the event.
https://wn.com/Crimson_Groundz_Dota_All_Girls_Tournament_(Dota_Girls_Mindanao)
Inday Going to Mindanao for Vacation - Bulacan Philippines

Inday Going to Mindanao for Vacation - Bulacan Philippines

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  • Duration: 6:37
  • Updated: 13 Aug 2014
  • views: 11515
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This is the longest Inday video I have made. Inday is on her way to Mindanao and wanted to say good-bye. I thought it was sweet, she had Lala come to the house to get me. Of course I carried my camera when I went to see her at the store. Please subscribe and comment if you enjoy our videos. My retirement in the Philippines began in Sept 6, 2012. I arrived here with a backpack, my computer, and drawing/art material to write, play and make videos. This Vlog of life here is for my memories and show my friends and family back in the USA what it is like living in the Philippines. To date, I have made over 350 videos. My trip to the Philippines was a gamble. I met Myra online and thought she seemed like a very interesting and 'Good' person I had never been to Asia and to be honest never even considered visiting any Asian countries. I decided to come over and visit this astoundingly interesting woman. It was the best decision I could have made. I had been overseas, However only in Europe. I have been to Germany, Spain, France, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, and Switzerland. What I enjoyed most of all in Europe was a chance to experience another lifestyle and culture. I have found the Filipino lifestyle and Filipino culture much to my liking. I have found a home here.
https://wn.com/Inday_Going_To_Mindanao_For_Vacation_Bulacan_Philippines
Women Sow The Seeds Of Hope In Mindanao

Women Sow The Seeds Of Hope In Mindanao

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  • Duration: 2:50
  • Updated: 06 Apr 2011
  • views: 1428
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A series of projects on the Philippines island of Mindanao are helping women displaced by years of conflict rebuild their lives.
https://wn.com/Women_Sow_The_Seeds_Of_Hope_In_Mindanao
Mindanao Commission on Women on Typhoon Haiyan

Mindanao Commission on Women on Typhoon Haiyan

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  • Duration: 5:16
  • Updated: 15 Nov 2013
  • views: 105
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The Mindanao Commission on Women and the Mothers for Peace movement are contributing to the relief effort in the Visayas following the massive devastation from super typhoon Haiyan, locally named 'Yolanda' and the Bohol earthquake. You may give cash donations through PayPal using any major credit cards or depositing money to our bank account. For details, log on to www.mindanaowomen.com/haiyan. Produced by the Mindanao Commission on Women | Video by Perry Paul G. Lamanilao
https://wn.com/Mindanao_Commission_On_Women_On_Typhoon_Haiyan
ONE God - Mindanao Commission on Women (MCW)

ONE God - Mindanao Commission on Women (MCW)

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  • Duration: 4:10
  • Updated: 19 Sep 2014
  • views: 356
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Originally uploaded on February 11, 2010 by the MCW, it was with permission submitted to a The Message project contest in 2012. And in May 2013 was adjudged one of the top 9 submissions. It is being re-uploaded here in affirmation of The ONE Initiative. As MCW in its description says: ONE God is ... "A prayer for all religions. Thanks to those who shared their youtube videos and photos in the internet, which we used for this video." Re-uploaded by: "A Space for Peace, A Place for Silence," Midsayap, North Cotabato, Mindanao, Philippines 19 September 2014.*
https://wn.com/One_God_Mindanao_Commission_On_Women_(Mcw)
Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

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  • Duration: 2:33
  • Updated: 13 Mar 2013
  • views: 319
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Please use the close caption feature for original Tagalog and English translations. For the full length video see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbREEXVJmCM Manila, February 4, 2013 -- Isis International, in partnership with WeAct 1325 and the Norwegian Embassy, today hosted "Huntahan, Balitaan at Kapayapaan: A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process" at the Richmond Hotel in Pasig City. The event was a venue for four women from Mindanao to tell their personal stories about their experiences working and living in Mindanao and the various roles they have assumed in the common effort to bring lasting peace to the region. The dialogue was held in light of the fact that women have always been portrayed as the victims during conflict, but rarely as active participants in the peace process. With the help of these actual accounts from women on the ground, the public, through the help of the media, may get access to previously untold stories of what really happens during the process of rebuilding and restructuring. Lina Sagaral Reyes, a journalist who has been reporting from the peace fronts of Mindanao since 2000, lamented the lack of economic support for journalistic efforts that aim to expose post-conflict stories of reconstruction. Tasneem Cadar Abdul Rauf, a peace and gender justice advocate and member of the Khadija Center for Muslim Women Studies, focused on issues related to the internal migration of Muslim women affected by conflict. She said that many Muslim women who migrated to Manila to seek better economic opportunities have experienced discrimination and trauma. Muslim women, according to Abdul Rauf, have become the face of poverty as the effect of conflict. Maimona Musa Didatu-Bayan, a public school teacher from Cotabato City and Central Mindanao Regional Secretary of Noorus-Salam (Light of Peace), was an evacuee and victim of war. She recounted her and her family's struggles at the evacuation center and the challenges they faced as they tried to recover what they had lost. Maimona was headstrong in her fight to survive. She worked her way through school and eventually got a degree and a job at the local school. Carmen Lauzon-Gatmaytan shared her thoughts from a peace advocate's perspective. Apart from the unrecognized efforts of women in the quest for peace, Gatmaytan stressed the fact that women, including members of the indigenous communities, should be assured a space at the peace negotiation table. The women who are working on the ground, she said, still need our support. The organizer of this dialogue, Isis International, is a feminist NGO whose advocacy is to advance women's rights, leadership, and empowerment in Asia and the developing world, particularly through communication. Co-organizer WeAct is a national network of women peace-makers. For further information please visit: http://www.isisinternational.org Or follow Isis International on Facebook. The following are links to the articles featured at the end of the video: http://generationgenderchikahan.wordpress.com/2013/03/07/episode-17-march-01-engendering-media-women-in-mindanao/ http://www.philstar.com/opinion/2013/02/19/910495/muslim-women-want-their-voices-heard http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/295371/lifestyle/people/after-the-war-untold-stories-from-women-in-mindanao http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/-depth/02/04/13/women-mindanao-battle-bad http://opinion.inquirer.net/46251/beyond-stereotypes-of-muslim-women
https://wn.com/Media_And_Mindanao_Women_On_The_Peace_Process
A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

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  • Duration: 9:59
  • Updated: 13 Mar 2013
  • views: 214
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Please use the close caption feature for original Tagalog and English translations. For links to the articles shown at the end of the video please check out the annotations. Manila, February 4, 2013 -- Isis International, in partnership with WeAct 1325 and the Norwegian Embassy, today hosted "Huntahan, Balitaan at Kapayapaan: A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process" at the Richmond Hotel in Pasig City. The event was a venue for four women from Mindanao to tell their personal stories about their experiences working and living in Mindanao and the various roles they have assumed in the common effort to bring lasting peace to the region. The dialogue was held in light of the fact that women have always been portrayed as the victims during conflict, but rarely as active participants in the peace process. With the help of these actual accounts from women on the ground, the public, through the help of the media, may get access to previously untold stories of what really happens during the process of rebuilding and restructuring. Lina Sagaral Reyes, a journalist who has been reporting from the peace fronts of Mindanao since 2000, lamented the lack of economic support for journalistic efforts that aim to expose post-conflict stories of reconstruction. Tasneem Cadar Abdul Rauf, a peace and gender justice advocate and member of the Khadija Center for Muslim Women Studies, focused on issues related to the internal migration of Muslim women affected by conflict. She said that many Muslim women who migrated to Manila to seek better economic opportunities have experienced discrimination and trauma. Muslim women, according to Abdul Rauf, have become the face of poverty as the effect of conflict. Maimona Musa Didatu-Bayan, a public school teacher from Cotabato City and Central Mindanao Regional Secretary of Noorus-Salam (Light of Peace), was an evacuee and victim of war. She recounted her and her family's struggles at the evacuation center and the challenges they faced as they tried to recover what they had lost. Maimona was headstrong in her fight to survive. She worked her way through school and eventually got a degree and a job at the local school. Carmen Lauzon-Gatmaytan shared her thoughts from a peace advocate's perspective. Apart from the unrecognized efforts of women in the quest for peace, Gatmaytan stressed the fact that women, including members of the indigenous communities, should be assured a space at the peace negotiation table. The women who are working on the ground, she said, still need our support. The organizer of this dialogue, Isis International, is a feminist NGO whose advocacy is to advance women's rights, leadership, and empowerment in Asia and the developing world, particularly through communication. Co-organizer WeAct is a national network of women peace-makers. For further information please visit: http://www.isisinternational.org Or follow Isis International on Facebook.
https://wn.com/A_Dialogue_With_Media_And_Mindanao_Women_On_The_Peace_Process
Irene M. Santiago Leads Mindanao Women in Ringing Bells for PEACE

Irene M. Santiago Leads Mindanao Women in Ringing Bells for PEACE

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  • Duration: 20:54
  • Updated: 02 Mar 2013
  • views: 124
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Speech of Mindanao Commission on Women (MCW) Chair Emerita & CEO Irene Morada Santiago during the opening ceremony of KAMINDANAWAN 2013, the Mindanao Women's Congress, on February 26, 2013 at the Waterfront Insular Hotel, Davao City. In her speech, Ms. Santiago gave a tribute to MCW Compostela Valley Area Core Group Director Joyce Cezar and former Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Annabelle Abaya. Both passed on in 2012. Ms. Santiago talked about Women Vote for P.E.A.C.E. (which stands for People's Participation, Economic Security, Acceptance of Identities , Choices, Enduring Values) and what ringing the bells for peace means.
https://wn.com/Irene_M._Santiago_Leads_Mindanao_Women_In_Ringing_Bells_For_Peace
Covering the Grassroots - Mindanao Women in the Peace Process

Covering the Grassroots - Mindanao Women in the Peace Process

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  • Duration: 1:01
  • Updated: 19 Oct 2013
  • views: 45
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Lina Sagaral Reyes, a journalist who has been reporting from the peace fronts of Mindanao since 2000. Lina talks about covering grassroots women and how Mindanao women are calling on the media to put them in the panorama of peacebuilding efforts at "Huntahan, Balitaan at Kapayapaan: A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process". The event was a venue for four women from Mindanao to tell their personal stories about their experiences working and living in Mindanao and the various roles they have assumed in the common effort to bring lasting peace to the region. Apart from the unrecognized efforts of women in the quest for peace, Gatmaytan stressed the fact that women, including members of the indigenous communities, should be assured a space at the peace negotiation table. The women who are working on the ground, she says, still need our support. The organizer of this dialogue, Isis International, is a feminist NGO whose advocacy is to advance women's rights, leadership, and empowerment in Asia and the developing world, particularly through communication. Co-organizer WeAct is a national network of women peace-makers. For further information please visit: http://www.isisinternational.org Or follow Isis International on Facebook.
https://wn.com/Covering_The_Grassroots_Mindanao_Women_In_The_Peace_Process
Women in Evacuation Centers - Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

Women in Evacuation Centers - Mindanao Women on the Peace Process

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  • Duration: 1:03
  • Updated: 20 Oct 2013
  • views: 111
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(Closed captions are available for English translation) Maimona Musa Didatu-Bayan, a public school teacher from Cotabato City and Central Mindanao Regional Secretary of Noorus-Salam (Light of Peace), was an evacuee and victim of war. She recounted her and her family's struggles at the evacuation center and the challenges they faced as they tried to recover what they had lost. Maimona was headstrong in her fight to survive. She worked her way through school and eventually got a degree and a job at the local school. "Huntahan, Balitaan at Kapayapaan: A Dialogue with Media and Mindanao Women on the Peace Process" was a venue for four women from Mindanao to tell their personal stories about their experiences working and living in Mindanao and the various roles they have assumed in the common effort to bring lasting peace to the region. The organizer of this dialogue, Isis International, is a feminist NGO whose advocacy is to advance women's rights, leadership, and empowerment in Asia and the developing world, particularly through communication. Co-organizer WeAct is a national network of women peace-makers. For further information please visit: http://www.isisinternational.org Or follow Isis International on Facebook.
https://wn.com/Women_In_Evacuation_Centers_Mindanao_Women_On_The_Peace_Process
MINDANAO's 1st DRAGON BOAT RACE 2012 (Women's Category - Final Heat)

MINDANAO's 1st DRAGON BOAT RACE 2012 (Women's Category - Final Heat)

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  • Duration: 1:17
  • Updated: 18 Sep 2012
  • views: 217
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Mindanao's 1st Dragon Boat Race 2012 was launch in Butuan City that was hosted by Father Saturnino Urios University (FSUU) in their 111th Foundation Day. This was participated by other institutions - Agusan Colleges, Inc. (ACI) and Butuan Doctors' College (BDC) Heat 1 (Result) FSUU (1st) - qualify for Final Heat ACI (2nd) - qualify for Final Heat BDC (3rd) - eliminated Final Heat (Result) FSUU (1st) - Winner ACI (2nd) - Runner Up
https://wn.com/Mindanao's_1St_Dragon_Boat_Race_2012_(Women's_Category_Final_Heat)
If We Hold On Together by GCI Mindanao Women

If We Hold On Together by GCI Mindanao Women

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  • Duration: 4:10
  • Updated: 05 Nov 2014
  • views: 30
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The song that came to life and lifted everyone with the combined voices of Christ-centered women. It doesn't get better than this. Women's Night, Cugman, Cagayan De Oro; November 1, 2014, third day of the Festival. Hosted by Sally Rebollido-Mugot and spearheaded by Gemma Arceo-Manriquez, wife of Area Superintendent for Mindanao, Jerome Manriquez. Guest speaker: Mrs. Margarita Bahinting.
https://wn.com/If_We_Hold_On_Together_By_Gci_Mindanao_Women
Muslim Women Tech - Mindanao Project

Muslim Women Tech - Mindanao Project

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  • Duration: 2:19
  • Updated: 07 Oct 2016
  • views: 37
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Muslim Muslim Women Tech Empowering Women Through Technology Website: http://www.muslimwomentech.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MuslimWomenTech/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwtech
https://wn.com/Muslim_Women_Tech_Mindanao_Project
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