Ahead of President Duterte’s second State of the Nation Address, MovePH asks the public to help shed light on the untold stories of the nation through the #StoryofTheNation campaign
MANILA, Philippines (Jul. 24, 2017) — During the 2016 presidential elections, Maya served as the local campaigner for the then aspiring president Rodrigo Duterte in the province of Cavite.
Continue reading #StoryOfTheNation: Where is the change? RISK ASSESSMENT. Tagbanua residents map hazards in their community after super typhoon Yolanda with the help of CordAid and Samdhana Institute. Photo courtesy of Samdhana Institute ‘They have an indigenous structure that is more resilient to typhoons compared to the models that were introduced by other agencies,’ an NGO says
PALAWAN, Philippines (Jan. 21, 2017) — Civil society groups and government units working in the town of Coron in Palawan province are using indigenous peoples’ (IP) old knowledge on the environment and disasters to ensure their communities are climate change resilient.
Continue reading How Tagbanua communities in Coron recovered from Yolanda Image by Rappler.com Follow the life and trials of a woman whose battle with hunger is staged daily in a sugarcane farm
MANILA, Philippines (Feb. 2, 2016) — Ever wondered where sugar came from?
Continue reading Bukidnon farmers fight against hunger UNDER THREAT. Datu Cris Olaño, a Lumad leader, expresses his concerns during a congressional inquiry on January 29, 2016. Photo by Editha Z. Caduaya/Rappler Lumad from Davao del Norte claim that military and paramilitary forces still threaten their community
DAVAO CITY, Philippines (Jan. 31, 2016) — Indigenous peoples from a village in Talaingod, Davao del Norte again expressed concerns about the alleged harassment by military and paramilitary forces in their area.
Continue reading More Lumad flee homes amid harassment