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  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra UNDER THE TREES. Applying the indigenous way of people management, PO Bookkeeper Freddy Alvarez acted as leadman during the potting activity at Cablaan nursey in Limao, Bucloc. He checks attendance and delegates tasks for the day.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Arnel D. Valdez, PLGU-Abra, Jessie P. Dioayan, PLGU-Abra & Hope Lulet A. Lomioan, CMO-Bucloc, Abra
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra UNDER THE SUN. Even children and young ladies participate in the potting activity by arranging the potted soil over the seedbed.With them, the Pagmudidaan Farmers' Association in Lamao, Bucloc is always moving forward with their projects.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Arnel D. Valdez, PLGU-Abra, Jessie P. Dioayan, PLGU-Abra & Hope Lulet A. Lomioan, CMO-Bucloc, Abra
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra WHOEVER YOU MAY BE. During the levelling activites that were worked on mostly by the men, local residents from all walks of life came working on the site. Even the policemen worked alongside farmers as part of their civic works.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Arnel D. Valdez, PLGU-Abra, Jessie P. Dioayan, PLGU-Abra & Hope Lulet A. Lomioan, CMO-Bucloc, Abra
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra WOMEN IN ACTION. The women cheerfully mingle with each other as they work. With women empowerment as the soul of the project, the women emerge as highly enthused as the men.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Arnel D. Valdez, PLGU-Abra, Jessie P. Dioayan, PLGU-Abra & Hope Lulet A. Lomioan, CMO-Bucloc, Abra
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra WHOEVER YOU MAY BE. During the levelling activites that were worked on mostly by the men, local residents from all walks of life came working on the site. Even the policemen worked alongside farmers as part of their civic works.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Arnel D. Valdez, PLGU-Abra, Jessie P. Dioayan, PLGU-Abra & Hope Lulet A. Lomioan, CMO-Bucloc, Abra
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Abra MUSCULAR INTERACTIONS. Men who are skilled in working with bamboo construct the bamboo lines for the seedbed. Effective leadership resulted to good distribution of talents and skills.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Arnel D. Valdez, PLGU-Abra, Jessie P. Dioayan, PLGU-Abra & Hope Lulet A. Lomioan, CMO-Bucloc, Abra
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province AMAZONAS. Women participate in the Rehabilitation of Monkingob Domestic Water System in Barangay Fiangtin, Barlig, Mountain Province. They innovate ways to do the tasks usually designated for men.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Merand Adchang, CMO-Barlig
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province Representatives from the Local Government of Barlig, People's Organization, and the contractor conducting inspection of the Rehabilitation of Monkingob Domestic Water System at Barangay Fiangtin, Barlig Mountain Province.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Merand Adchang, CMO-Barlig
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province WE CAN FIND WAYS! Through thick underbushes and wide creeks, these men are looking for innovative ways using indigenous materials to accomplish the Rehabilitation of Monkingob Domesic Water System at Barangay Fiangtin, Barlig, Mountain Province.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Merand Adchang, CMO-Barlig
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province YOUNG & STRONG. Community children were able to help in the Rehabilitation of the Monkingob Domestic Water System in Barangay Fiangtin, Barlig Mountain Province. At their young age, they've learn the value of "Ob-obfo"ť which means helping each other in times of community activities during weekends.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Merand Adchang, CMO-Barlig
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province Men's participation in the Rehabilitation of Monkingob Domestic Water System in Barangay Fiangtin, Barlig Mountain Province.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Merand Adchang, CMO-Barlig
  • EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province EMPOWERED WORKFORCE. A glimpse in Mt. Province The fruit of the hardwork of the community. They can now enjoy clean / clear potable water the whole year round. Not unlike the previous water system that gets murky during rainy season.//PHOTO ESSAY BY: Merand Adchang, CMO-Barlig

  • THE MUSICAL FRUIT. Supported by AAIGA THE MUSICAL FRUIT. Supported by AAIGA CAMOTE: The MUSICAL FRUIT is considered the World's Healthiest Food according to the North Atlantic Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging. It contains a very high carbohydrate contents, an excellent source of provitamin A that is vital for tissue and sight vision, high in dietary fiber and low fat content, an excellent source of potassium and contains vitamin B9 or folic acid, also good for diabetics to stabilize blood sugar, an effective detoxifying agent and have lots of essential vitamins and minerals. Dubbed locally as the musical fruit due to its high carbohydrate content that causes people to fart once its taken.
  • THE MUSICAL FRUIT. Supported by AAIGA THE MUSICAL FRUIT. Supported by AAIGA Hands that Work among the LIG members and support agencies creates an environment of cooperation and output driven training.
  • THE MUSICAL FRUIT. Supported by AAIGA THE MUSICAL FRUIT. Supported by AAIGA Musical Fruit, A Healthy Food to Business Enterprise which the "LAYAD" LIG desired to promote as their recognized product through the efforts of CHARMP2.
  • THE MUSICAL FRUIT. Supported by AAIGA THE MUSICAL FRUIT. Supported by AAIGA Musical Fruit, A Healthy Food to Business Enterprise which the "LAYAD" LIG desired to promote as their recognized product through the efforts of CHARMP2.
  • THE MUSICAL FRUIT. Supported by AAIGA THE MUSICAL FRUIT. Supported by AAIGA The Turnover. AAIGA links to "LAYAD" LIG of Bayyo, Bontoc, Mountain Province.Carmie Macario of PCO Mountain Province turns over materials to LAYAD officers.

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• PROVINCIAL FEATURE/NEWS/OPINIONS •

46 farmers finish AGF-FFS in Apayao

by: Junior Tubban & Serapio Ulabu

Forty six farmer students of the Tanglagan Indigenous Cultural Community Association (TICCA) in Apayao successfully completed the CHARM2 Project Agroforestry Farmers Field School (AGF-FFS). Their achievement as they were recognized during their graduation day held at Tanglagan, Calanasan, Apayao on March 14, 2013......read more

 

Approved RID Projects in Bakun

by: Cresencia W. Lozano

Samantalaen tayo amin daytoy nga proyekto ta dakkel ti maitulong na kadatayo karkaro dagitoy farmers (Let us grab this opportunity for it is a big help to us in terms of development specially the farmers”) said Hon. Marcelo B. Contada -Municipal Mayor in his statement during CHARMP2 meeting.

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The hope re-awakens in Bagong, Sablan

by: Dolores S. Wesley

It was November 6, 2012 at exactly 8:40 in the morning when the conduct of actual survey of Duyot-Bagong Farm to Market Road was conducted in Bagong, Sablan, Benguet. The team was composed of the Municipal Local Government Unit (MLGU) of Sablan, Benguet particularly the Office of Municipal Project Development Office (MPDO) headed by Engr. Nicomedes L. Caliging, two (2) staff from the Municipal Engineering Office, one (1) Community Mobilization Officer, 5 members of the Barangay Local Government Unit (BLGU) and some of the barangay constituents.

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Beyond prescriptions to Indigenous Peoples' Organization

by: Christoffer P. Vidad & Digna D. Villanueva

The CWCFMA Project component serves as an avenue for the residents of Brgy. Tanglagan to learn the essence of unity and voluntarism. Aside from the benefits and knowledge imparted by the Project to them, they come to realize that there is more to the project and that is the joy they found in developing their community.


The nursery site for project reforestation was donated by Cesar Ballesteros of Tanglagan and is located in Sitio Lower Patong Tabuan, Tanglagan, Calanasan.
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CHARMful Views

by: Rowena Billig, PS-Benguet

Every effort extended in advancing the goods and objectives of the CHARM2 Project is always appreciated. We certainly need to do more until the CHARM2 Project is doing well in advancing the government’s vision, missions, and goals on development specifically promoting economic growth, sustainable livelihood, food security, sound environment, empowered people, increased income, and poverty reduction, among others.....read more