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Survivors muster courage to retell horrors of Jolo siege

The Jolo Siege was a military confrontation between the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) and the government on February 7, 1974

Philippine Churches appeal aid for flood victims in Mindanao

Approximately 324,040 families, equivalent to over 1.2 million individuals across 723 villages in Mindanao, have been adversely affected

Pro-environment group blames deforestation, mining for flooding in Mindanao 

“By stripping away land cover and disrupting natural drainage patterns, these activities exacerbate flooding and landslide risks"

Muslim, Christian leaders condemn violence ‘under the guise of religion’

The way of interreligious dialogue is one of the most effective ways of establishing a culture of peace, mutual respect, and understanding

Christmas on the Road: Family on a Journey

Home isn't a destination, it's the journey. The Holy Family is on a constant journey to teach us that by journeying together, we become family

Three people killed as Filipinos vote in village polls

Security forces were on high alert as the long-delayed nationwide vote for more than 336,000 council positions got underway

Listening to the margins with hope: Empowering youth voices on climate...

For the Pulangiyēn youth, climate action is about forest regeneration, sustaining clean water, and securing local food security

How stories give shape to our lives

Stories from the margins are powerful, in that they share an insight into local circumstances and relations without expectation or agenda

Mindanao church caravan advances ‘Rights of Nature’

The caravan seeks to raise awareness about environmental degradation, food and human security, and the urgent implications of climate change

Over 18,000 children in MIndanao received education support

Over 93 percent of children who suffered interrupted learning due to conflicts have exhibited improvements in literacy, reading, and numeracy

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