Tag: Obo Manobo

MENNONITE CHURCH CANADA LEADERS VISIT PBCI-CFP FIELD PARTNERS

Last 20-26 September 2022, Doug Klassen (Executive Director, Mennonite Church Canada), Jeanette Hanson (Director, Mennonite Church Canada Witness), and Norm Dyck (Mission Minister, Mennonite Church Eastern Canada) accompanied the Inclusive Development Team of PeaceBuilders Community, Inc. and Coffee for Peace (PBCI-CFP IncluDevTeam) in our regularly scheduled field work. Our field trip included a meeting with a Philippine Army officer, with the Council of Elders of the Manobo Apao Descendants Ancestral Domain of Mount Apo (MADADMA), with the Obo Manobo coffee farmers in Kidapawan, with the founders of TriPeople Development & Services Foundation, and with the Council of Elders of the Unified Bagobo Tagabawa Tribe. They also met with our Manila-based BOT members.

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Permanent link to this article: https://waves.ca/2022/09/27/mennonite-church-canada-leaders-visit-pbci-cfp-field-partners/

OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH THE OBO MANOBO FARMERS AND WITH THE CSR-EDC CONTINUES TO GROW

28-30 June 2022. The Inclusive Development Team of PeaceBuilders Community, Inc. and Coffee for Peace (PBCI-CFP IncluDev Team) conducted a series of small group consultations and workshop-seminars with our partners from the Ovu Menovu Indigenous People’s community and from the Corporate Social Responsibility Department of the Energy Development Corporation (CSR-EDC). These field activities are a part of a five-year Social Entrepreneurial Training Program among pre-qualified Ovu Menovu farmers.

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Permanent link to this article: https://waves.ca/2022/06/30/our-partnership-with-the-ovu-menovu-farmers-and-with-the-csr-edc-continues-to-grow/

WE’RE STRENGTHENING OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH AN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY AND AN ENERGY CORPORATION

Together with the Corporate Social Responsibility Department of Energy Development Corporation (EDC), the PeaceBuilders Community Inc. and Coffee for Peace Inclusive Development (PBCI-CFP IncluDev) Team established a three-year program for the Obo Manobo in Kidapawan City. This year’s goal is to strengthen the coffee farming group in the Manobo Apao Descendants Ancestral Domain of Mt. Apo (MADADMA) community and develop their coffee farm management capacity.

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Permanent link to this article: https://waves.ca/2021/03/31/were-strengthening-our-partnership-with-an-indigenous-community-and-an-energy-corporation/

HELP! WE, AND OUR PARTNERS, ARE EXPERIENCING A SERIES OF POWERFUL EARTHQUAKES.

We need help! We’ve been experiencing a series of earthquakes. Magnitude 6.3 last 16 October. Magnitude 6.6 last 29 October. Magnitude 6.5 last 31 October. 22 people died. 420 were injured. The earthquakes were tectonic, not volcanic — we’re not worried about Mt. Apo erupting. There have been no tsunami threat — the epicenter is inland. The series of earthquake occurrences, according to experts, are being caused by interacting faults, adjusting to each other’s movements.

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Permanent link to this article: https://waves.ca/2019/11/04/help-we-and-our-partners-are-experiencing-a-series-of-powerful-earthquakes/

THE OBO MANOBO TRIBAL COUNCIL INVITES US TO START PAR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WITH THEM

The Obo Manobo Tribal Council, in partnership with the Corporate Social Responsibility Division of Energy Development Corporation, invited the PBCI-CFP IncluDev Team to conduct a series of training seminars in Inclusive Development, Financial Management, Sustainable Agricultural Enterprise, Quality Coffee Processing, and Coffee Marketing framed in Peace and Reconciliation (PAR) Principles. The participants in this 6-month program are key farmers, forestry specialists, and traditional tribal leaders.

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Permanent link to this article: https://waves.ca/2019/09/27/the-obo-manobo-tribal-council-invites-us-to-start-par-community-development/

OUR GLOBAL PEACE COMMUNITY

We are sent by Mennonite Church Canada Witness in partnership with our international community.