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Women take lead in bringing peace

Philippine Daily Inquirer | BASILAN—Using crisp-new fabrics, 55-year-old Sabing Muhammad and her elder sister, Jumaira Salili, wrapped four big pots filled with special delicacies.

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Football for peace: Sulu needs balls, not bullets

Rappler.com | MANILA, Philippines - On the remote island of Sulu, a lawless land that offers little future for its children, a new project is winning the peace on the football pitch.

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Pitong bayan sa Sorsogon benepisyaryo ng PAMANA Project

Philippine Information Agency | Sa isinagawang pagpupulong ng mga kasapi ng Provincial Peace and Order Council (PPOC) dito kamakailan, sinabi ni Sorsogon Governor Raul R.

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World Peace: PH in top 5 'most improved countries'

Rappler.com | MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines joins Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Bhutan and Guyana in the list of top 5 countries that registered "improvements in peacefulness" in the 2012 Global Peace Index.

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World Bank, BDA and Partners Sign New Agreement to Promote Peace and Development in Mindanao

World Bank | Davao City, June 8, 2012 — The Bangsamoro Development Agency (BDA) and two civil society organizations signed today a new, three-year, $3 million partnership under the W

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Culture of Peace: An artist’s moving advocacy

Philippine Informatiom Agency | Who would ever think that his harrowing childhood experience would turn out to be his strongest force to promote peace?

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From MNLF enclave to rubber plantation

Philippine Star | MAGUINDANAO, Philippines - Former guerillas of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) that fought the government for more than three decades have ventured into large-scale rubber tree seedling production as a more

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Addressing C. Mindanao’s woes

Business World | Central Mindanao, with its deeply-rooted histories of violence and displacement, has remained chronically poor throughout recent memory.

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Manila solons: We owe it to fellow Filipinos in Mindanao to pass BBL

QUEZON CITY – Caloocan City Representative Edgar Erice said that Congress owes it to our fellow Filipinos in Mindanao to pass the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL). 

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Poll results validate our peace efforts - GPH

MANILA – Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Teresita Quintos Deles said the recent findings of polling firm Social Weather Stations (SWS) validate the government’s efforts of pursuing peaceful resolution of armed conflict with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) for just and lasting peace in Mindanao.

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Deles assures pro-peace cartoonists: Dream of Bangsamoro peace will be completed


 
Despite the tragedy that was Mamasapano, Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Teresita Deles on Tuesday said the government and the Bangsamoro people are unwavering in their quest for peace in southern Mindanao and determined more than ever to complete that dream.
 

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BBL means meaningful Bangsamoro autonomy, not power for any group -- OPAPP

 

ZAMBOANGA CITY – The proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) is designed to address the clamor for a genuine autonomy in Mindanao, and not as an appeasement to any revolutionary group.

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OPAPP: All Funds Accounted For

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Asst. Secretary Howard Cafugauan, PAMANA PMO Head
Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process

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