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Contents 1 T he P amulaan J ourney 2 B ackground 3 e ThnograPhic d
Contents 1 T he P amulaan J ourney 2 B ackground 3 e ThnograPhic d

Contents

1

The Pamulaan Journey

2

Background

3

eThnograPhic disTriBuTion of Pamulaan sTudenTs

4

The Pamulaan graduaTes:

Where Are They NoW?

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academic Performance of

sTudenTs for sy2010-2011

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highlighTs of acTiviTies

T hey N oW ? 9 a cademic P erformance of s TudenTs f or sy2010-2011
T hey N oW ? 9 a cademic P erformance of s TudenTs f or sy2010-2011
The Pamulaan Journey t he beginning of PAMULAAn can be traced to the dream of
The Pamulaan Journey t he beginning of PAMULAAn can be traced to the dream of
The Pamulaan Journey t he beginning of PAMULAAn can be traced to the dream of
The Pamulaan Journey t he beginning of PAMULAAn can be traced to the dream of

The Pamulaan

Journey

The Pamulaan Journey t he beginning of PAMULAAn can be traced to the dream of IP

t he beginning of PAMULAAn can be traced to the dream of

IP communities to have an educational system that is rooted

in their own culture and context. the tedious and challenging

process of putting it up has been made possible through the generous and unwavering support of partners: the University of southeastern Philippines (UseP), the national Commission on Indigenous Peoples (nCIP), Assisi Development Foundation, Cartwheel Foundation, the Office of Senator Ramon Magsaysay Jr, Ramon Magsaysay Awards Foundation and ILAWAn Center for Leadership and Volunteerism.

and ILAWAn Center for Leadership and Volunteerism. P amulaan aspires to be instrumental in the empowerment,

P amulaan aspires to be instrumental in the empowerment, life-long formation and community building of the indigenous Filipinos.

It aims to strengthen the Indigenous Peoples’ capabilities as they journey towards self governance and meaningful development.

BAckgROund T he PAMULAAN Center for INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ Education is an educational institution dedicated to
BAckgROund T he PAMULAAN Center for INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ Education is an educational institution dedicated to

BAckgROund

BAckgROund T he PAMULAAN Center for INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ Education is an educational institution dedicated to all
BAckgROund T he PAMULAAN Center for INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ Education is an educational institution dedicated to all
BAckgROund T he PAMULAAN Center for INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ Education is an educational institution dedicated to all
BAckgROund T he PAMULAAN Center for INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ Education is an educational institution dedicated to all

T he PAMULAAN Center for INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ Education is an educational institution dedicated to all Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines. Its main

thrust is to create culturally appropriate and relevant pathways of professional training and formation for indigenous youths, community leaders and development workers. The Center hopes to produce graduates equipped with knowledge and abilities to initiate collaborative action towards sustainable development of IP communities.

Through a ladderized approach to educational study, the Center offers full-time degree courses as well as short-term courses. Each course taken can be credited towards earning an associate degree in two years and a bachelor’s degree in four years. This approach enables the Center to provide a variety of school and community-based academic formation addressing critical needs of various indigenous communities of the country. It uses a cycle and system of learning that starts from EXPERIENCE leading to THEORY, APPLICATION, EVALUATION and REFLECTION. It is a system wherein the students attend formal sessions in the university while practical trainings and application are done in IP communities. Research, documentation and publication on Indigenous Peoples life and culture are integrated into various activities of the Center.

Why Pamulaan? The term PAMULAAN is a Lumad-Matigsalog meaning seedbed. We use the term to stress the program’s commitment to root the development of the IP students in the realities of their life and culture.

The logo depicts the program’s approach to learning which is integrative and wholistic – one that develops the IPs faculties and abilities to the fullest. The young plant depicts the continuing growth offered by education. The leaves of the new plant symbolize the five major aspects of human life: social, political, economic, cultural and spiritual, areas to hone and cultivate in all learners.

EthnOgRAphic diStRiButiOn oF PAMULAAn stUDents A total of ninety six (96) IP students from twenty
EthnOgRAphic diStRiButiOn oF PAMULAAn stUDents A total of ninety six (96) IP students from twenty

EthnOgRAphic diStRiButiOn

oF PAMULAAn stUDents

A total of ninety six (96) IP students from twenty nine (29) tribes are currently enrolled in the

thirty seven (37) second year students are pursuing bachelor in Elementary Education and

center. Twenty three (23) are on their 4th year taking up Bachelor of Arts in Peace Education,

thirty six(36) are under the Bachelor of Arts in Applied Anthropology Program.

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LUZON

1. Aeta Mag-antsi

2. Ayangan

3. Binongan

4. Kankana-ey

5. Mangyan-Alangan

6. Mangyan-Tadyawan

7. Mangyan-Hanunuo

8. Tuwali

ISLAND GROUP

9. Ati

10. Tagbanua

11. Pala’wan Ken’ey

MINDANAO

12.

Arumanen-Manobo

13.

B’laan

14.

Bagobo

15.

Badjao

16.

Bawa

17.

Bukidnon

18.

Dibabawon

19.

Higaonon

20.

Mamanwa

21.

Mandaya

22.

Manobo

23.

Mansaka

24.

Matigsalog

25.

Obo-Manobo

26.

Polangihon

27.

Sama

28.

Sangir

29.

Subanen

30.

Talaandig

31.

T’boli

32.

Teduray

33.

Umajamnon

annual rePorT ‘10-’11 | eThnograPhic disTriBuTion of Pamulaan sTudenTs

thE pAMulAAn gRAduAtES Where are they noW? P AMULAAN Center is now on its sixth
thE pAMulAAn gRAduAtES Where are they noW? P AMULAAN Center is now on its sixth

thE pAMulAAn gRAduAtES

Where are they noW?

P AMULAAN Center is now on its sixth (6th) year of

service to IP youth and communities. To date, a

total of fifty seven (57) IP youths have graduated

seven (27) graduated from Bachelor of Arts in Applied Anthropology.

from the center’s four-year degree programs: ten (10) from Bachelor of Elementary Education, twenty (20)
from the center’s four-year degree programs: ten (10)
from Bachelor of Elementary Education, twenty (20)
from Bachelor of Agricultural Technology and twenty
A significant milestone was marked in the history of
Pamulaan when six (6) out of eight (8) Pamulaan-BEED
graduates who took the Licensure Examination for
Teachers, successfully passed. They are the following:
NAME
TRIBE
PLACE
IMELdA uMALMoN
1. Banugan, Aiza
Mandaya
Caraga, Davao Oriental
Community Organizer
Kabinnulig Para Ti Panagdur-ag ti Abra (KAPPIA)
2. Daonlay, Richel
Talaandig
Talakag, Bukidnon
3. Chavez, Cherry
Ata-Manobo
Callawa, Davao City
MELvIN guILLENo
Companions of ADF for Peace Volunteer
4. Emag. Margielyn
Tagbanua
Barake, Aborlan, Palawan
Assisi Development Foundation, Inc.
5. Lipanyuan,
Mangyan-Alangan
Maria Wanessa
Paitan, Naujan, Oriental
Mindoro
6. Pensahan, Lenie
Higaunon
Esperanza, Agusan del Sur
JERMIE suMAoANg
Researcher
LABAYKU
CAREL JANE dECoNLAy
KENNETh RAMAdA
KRIsTINE MAE suMALINAB
MIChAEL LICyAyo
Companions of ADF for Peace Volunteer
Assisi Development Foundation, Inc.
dEMBERT KATy
Volunteer/Program Associate
Cartwheel Foundation, Inc.
True to their commitment, most of the graduates are
now extending their service to other people. Out of fifty
seven (57) graduates from the two (2) batches, forty one
(41) are already working with twenty five (25) different
organizations and communities.
JENELyN dEMAgAJEs
Community Organizer
Kaunlaran ng Manggagawang Pilipino
RICh
EL dAoNLAy
Companions of ADF for Peace Volunteer
Tugdaan Mangyan Center
MA. WANEsA LIPANyuAN
Companions of ADF for Peace Volunteer
Tugdaan Mangyan Center & SANAMA
MARgARITA TuPAz
RIChARd MILod
gLoRIA LINTAWAgIN
Companions of ADF for Peace Volunteer
Mangyan Mission
Assisi Development Foundation, Inc.
Iraya Community
ARNIL MANsABId
CAThERINE MAdIE
Teachers
dEsy ALsA
LENIE PENsAhAN
Urios Tagpaliko Elementary School
LENITA NANgCod
Asst. Literacy Program Coordinator
Volunteer
Indigenous Peoples’ Apostolate, Diocese of Butuan
Nagkakaisang Tribo ng Palawan (NATRIPAL)
CEdo BuLALACAo
MARITEs L
IdANhog
Agriculture Program Coordinator
MARICEL LIsTohAN
KASALU, Indigenous Peoples Apostolate
JEMuEL suLATAN
RENEBoy BALIvEs
Fieldwork Staff
MA. MAE LANTo
Ng
Department of Agriculture - Ezperanza, Agusan del Sur
Sustainable Agriculture In-charge
Subanen Ministry Center, Midsalip
Librarian
St. Therese Highschool, Miarayon, Malaybalay
h
o NE y Ly N C AJE s
IsMAEL sABLAg, JR.
CyRIL JAy oJAs
Sustainable Agriculture In-charge
Companions of ADF for Peace Volunteers
Bukidnon Tribal Filipinos Foundation, Inc.
Assisi Development Foundation, Inc.lip
BRICKs sINTA-oN
JINEfER sERRANo
Teacher
MARgIELyN EMAg
St. Therese Highschool, Miarayon, Malaybalay
BENJIE MALANAo
Companions of ADF for Peace Volunteers
Pamulaan Lumad Learning Center
NEsCELIT BANdAL
Bookkeeper
PHESALABUHAN de Subanen Ministry, Siay
JEhAN dELos sANTos
ChERRy ChAvEz
Sustainable Agriculture In-charge
vIoLETA sINTA-oN
RAMOFA Organization
BEBIE
RosE TACAL
Companions of ADF for Peace Volunteers
ALMA PAhANAy
Assisi Development Foundation, Inc.
Teacher
RAMOFA Organization
RENIEL sIhAgAN
gABRIEL LINggAy
MA. MAy vAsquEz
Companions of ADF for Peace Volunteers
Companions of ADF for Peace Volunteers
Volunteer
Pag-asa Sa Paglaya Farm
Pamulaan Center for Indigenous Peoples’ Education
Xavier University de Cagayan
osCAR sARAhAN
Researcher, SILDAP

first Batch (Batch 2009-2010)

Name of graduate

year graduated

Course

organization

Job description

Location

     

Pamulaan Center for IP Education, University of Southeastern Phil., Davao City

• Librarian

 

1.

Ma. May Vasquez

2009-2010

Bachelor of

Agricultural

• Assisting in the formation of the students

• Mintal, Davao

City

 

Technology

• Supervision on the Students’ daily tasks

   

Bachelor of

     

2.

Margielyn Emag

2009-2010

Elementary

Education

(Cum Laude)

Pamulaan Lumad

Learning Center

• Elementary Teacher (Grade II Adviser)

• Community Organizer:

• w/ focus on Education, Health and Livelihood

• Sitio Contract,

Marilog, Davao

City

3.

Cherry Chavez

2009-2010

Bachelor of

Elementary

Pamulaan Lumad

Learning Center

• Elementary Teacher (Grade I )

• Sitio Contract,

Marilog, Davao

 

Education

City

4.

Benjie Malanao

2009-2010

Bachelor of

Agricultural

Pamulaan Lumad

Learning Center

• Elementary Teacher (Grades III & IV Adviser)

• Community Organizer:

• Sitio Contract,

Marilog, Davao

 

Technology

• Focus on Sustainable Agriculture and Water System

City

   

Bachelor of

Assisi Development Foundation, Inc. – Mindanao Office, Davao City

• Environment and Resource Management Program staff

• Sustainable Agriculture Technician

• Monitoring staff

 

5.

Richard Milod

2009-2010

Agricultural

Technology

• Luzon - Mindanao

 

(Cum Laude)

   

Bachelor of

   

• Miarayon,

6.

Bebie Rose Tacal

2009-2010

Agricultural

• Social Entrepreneurship

Malaybalay,

 

Technology

Bukidnon

   

Bachelor of

   

• Miarayon,

7.

Violeta Sinta-on

2009-2010

Agricultural

• Social Entrepreneurship

Malaybalay,

 

Technology

Bukidnon

8.

Jenelyn

Demagajes

2009-2010

Bachelor of

Agricultural

Kaunlaran ng

Manggagawang

• Community Facilitator/ Organizer

• Manila

Technology

Pilipino, Inc.

   

Bachelor of

     

9.

Reniel Sihagan

2009-2010

Agricultural

Technology

Pag-asa Sa Paglaya Farm

• Volunteer

• Project Monitoring

• Cebu City

   

Bachelor of

     

10.

Dembert Katy

2009-2010

Agricultural

• Schooling

 

Technology

         

• Manila

11.

Imelda Umalmon

2009-2010

Bachelor of

Agricultural

Technology

Kabinnulig Para Ti Panagdur-as ti Abra (KAPPIA)

• Social Enterprise

International

Airport – Terminal

3

   

Bachelor of

St. Therese High School

 

• Miarayon,

12.

Bricks Sinta-on

2009-2010

Elementary

• Elementary Teacher

Malaybalay,

 

Education

Bukidnon

   

Bachelor of

Tugdaan Mangyan Center for Learning and Development, Oriental Mindoro

   

13.

Richel Daonlay

2009-2010

Elementary

Education

• High School Teacher

• Paitan, Naujan,

Oriental Mindoro

14.

Ma. Wanesa

Lipanyuan

2009-2010

Bachelor of

Elementary

Samahan ng mga Nagkakaisang Mangyan Alangan (SANAMA) - Tugdaan

• Secretary

• Documenter

• Paitan, Naujan,

Oriental Mindoro

 

Education

• Teaching (Part-time job)

annual rePorT ‘10-’11 | The Pamulaan graduaTes: Where are They noW?

Name of graduate

year graduated

Course

organization

Job description

Location

   

Bachelor of

Indigenous People’s

• Assistant Coordinator Literacy Program

 

15. Lenie Pensahan

2009-2010

Elementary

Apostolate (Diocese

• Butuan City

Education

of Butuan)

• Teacher

   

Bachelor of

     

16. Ismael Siblag Jr.

2009-2010

Agricultural

• Military on Training

Technology

17. Jehan Delos

Santos

2009-2010

Bachelor of

Agricultural

RAMOFA

Organization

• Sustainable Agriculture In-Charge

• Renibon,

Pigcawayan,

Technology

North Cotabato

   

Bachelor of

     

18. Alma Pahanay

2009-2010

Elementary

• Married

Education

19. Reneboy Balives

2009-2010

Bachelor of

Agricultural

Subanen Ministry

Center

• Sustainable Agriculture In- Charge

• Midsalip,

Zamboanga del

Technology

Norte

   

Bachelor of

St. Therese High School, Miarayon, Malaybalay, Bukidnon

 

• Miarayon,

20. Ma. Mae Lantong

2009-2010

Agricultural

• Librarian

Malaybalay,

Technology

Bukidnon

21. Cedo Bulalacao

2009-2010

Bachelor of

Agricultural

KASALU (Kaabag sa Lumad), Indigenous Peoples Apostolate

• Agriculture Program

Coordinator

• Impahanong,

Malitbog,

Technology

Bukidnon

   

Bachelor of

     

22. Marites Lidanhog

2009-2010

Agricultural

Technology

Department of

Agriculture

• Staff (Field Work)

• Esperanza,

Agusan del Sur

   

Bachelor of

     

23. Lenita Nangcod

2009-2010

Agricultural

ALDAW-NATRIPAL

• Community Organizing/Field Work

• Palawan

Technology

   

Bachelor of

     

24. Rotchie

Calig-onan

2009-2010

Agricultural

Technology

• No Contact

   

Bachelor of

     

25. Diodelyn

Sadingan

2009-2010

Agricultural

Technology

• Married

   

Bachelor of

     

26. Rhea Danganon

2009-2010

Agricultural

• Married

Technology

   

Bachelor of

     

27. Gina Sangoc

2009-2010

Elementary

• Married

Education

   

Bachelor of

     

28. Junnilyn

Mandahay

2009-2010

Agricultural

Technology

• No contact

   

Bachelor of

     

29. Nescelit Bandal

2009-2010

Elementary

• Still searching

Education

   

Bachelor of

     

30. Aiza Banugan

2009-2010

Elementary

• No Contact

Education

  Bachelor of       30. Aiza Banugan 2009-2010 Elementary • No Contact Education
  Bachelor of       30. Aiza Banugan 2009-2010 Elementary • No Contact Education
  Bachelor of       30. Aiza Banugan 2009-2010 Elementary • No Contact Education

second Batch (Batch 2010-2011)

Name of graduate

year graduated

Course

organization

Job description

Location

     

Assisi Development Foundation, Inc./ Ilawan Center for Volunteerism and Leadership

• Companion of Assisi Development Foundation for Peace Batch 5

 

1.

Kristine Mae

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

• Office of the ADF President-Advocacy Program, Social Entrep, Ilawan Progs.

• Program Assistant of PPP-JDP

• Ortigas Center,

Sumalinab

Pasig City

     

2.

Kenneth Ramada

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Ilawan Center for Volunteerism and Leadership

• Companion of Assisi Development Foundation for Peace batch 5

• Mendiola, Manila

 

• Advocafe

3.

Carel Jane

 

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Ilawan Center for Volunteerism and Leadership

• Companion of Assisi Development Foundation for Peace batch 5

 

Deconlay

2010-2011

• Malate, Manila

   

• Advocafe

4.

Michael Licyayo

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Ilawan Center for Volunteerism and Leadership

• Companion of Assisi Development Foundation for Peace batch 5

• Malate, Manila

 

• Advocafe

   

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Assisi

• Companion of Assisi Development Foundation for Peace batch 5

 

5.

Melvin Guilleno

2010-2011

Development

• Cervantes

 

Foundation, Inc.

• PPP-PD Program

 

• Field Work

6.

Liza Sihagan

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

 

• Married

 
   

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Assisi

• Companion of Assisi Development Foundation for Peace batch 5

• Administrative Assistant

 

7.

Honey Lyn Cajes

2010-2011

Development

• Dumingag

 

Foundation, Inc.

       

• Companion of Assisi

 

Assisi

8.

Cyril Jay Ojas

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Development

Foundation, Inc.

Development Foundation for Peace batch 5

• PPP-PD Program Assistant – Mindanao Office

• Dumingag

9.

Jinefer Serrano

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Pamulaan Lumad

Learning Center

• Companion of Assisi Development Foundation for Peace batch 5

• Sitio Contract,

Marilog, Davao

 

• Volunteer Teacher (Pre- school)

City

10. Leovic Banosoc

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Pamulaan Center for IP Education

• Companion of Assisi Development Foundation for Peace batch 5

• Davao City

• IP Education Program

annual rePorT ‘10-’11 | The Pamulaan graduaTes: Where are They noW?

Name of graduate

year graduated

Course

organization

Job description

Location

       

• Companion of Assisi

 

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Pamulaan Center for IP Education

• Mintal, Davao

11. Gemma Nicolas

2010-2011

Development Foundation for Peace batch 5

• Living Heritage Center In- Charge/Library Assistant

City

   

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Sinakungan Elem.

School

• Volunteer Teacher Grade IV Adviser

• Sinakungan,

12. Maricel Listohan

2010-2011

Esperanza, Agusan del Sur

   

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Sinakungan Elem.

School

• Volunteer Teacher Grade V-VI Adviser

• Sinakungan,

13. Jemuel Sulatan

2010-2011

Esperanza, Agusan del Sur

   

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Urios Tagpaliko

• Volunteer Teacher

 

14. Catherine Madie

2010-2011

Elem. School

(Private School)

• Teaching Pre-School & Grade I

• Tagpaliko,

Agusan del Sur

   

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Mangyan Mission – Iraya Community

 

• San Teodoro,

15. Margarita Tupaz

2010-2011

• Documenter/Researcher

Oriental Mindoro

16. Gloria Lintawagin

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Mangyan Mission–

• Documenter/Researcher

• San Teodoro,

Iraya Community

Oriental Mindoro

17. Neneth Gano

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

 

• Married

 

18. Jermie

 

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

     

Sumaoang

2010-2011

LABAYKU

• Researcher

• Tarlac

   

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Urios Tagpaliko

   

19. Arnil Mansabid

2010-2011

Elem. School

(Private School)

• Volunteer Teacher

• Tagpaliko,

Agusan del Sur

20. Oscar Sarahan

 

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

SILDAP

 

• Tagum City,

2010-2011

• Researcher

Davao del Norte

       

• Volunteer

 

21. Desy Alsa

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

NATRIPAL

• Errand man/ Products checker

• Palawan

22. Gabriel Linggay

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

WOS – Xavier University de Cagayan

• Volunteer/Ecology Desk Staff

• Cagayan de Oro City

23. Ricky Ogade

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

 

• Still searching

 

24. Ramon Tayaban

 

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

 

• Still searching

 

Jr.

2010-2011

25. Vangie Rojas

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

 

• No Contact

 

26. Roy Bayon

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

 

• Still searching

 

27. Micho Ansay

2010-2011

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Cultural Mission

• school’s physical

• West Kibawe,

Academy

development

Bukidnon

Anthropology Cultural Mission • school’s physical • West Kibawe, Academy development Bukidnon
Anthropology Cultural Mission • school’s physical • West Kibawe, Academy development Bukidnon
Anthropology Cultural Mission • school’s physical • West Kibawe, Academy development Bukidnon
AcAdEMic pERfORMAncE Of StudEntS fOR Sy2010-2011 BAChELoR of ARTs IN PEACE EduCATIoN (BAPE Iv)  
AcAdEMic pERfORMAncE Of StudEntS fOR Sy2010-2011 BAChELoR of ARTs IN PEACE EduCATIoN (BAPE Iv)  

AcAdEMic pERfORMAncE Of

StudEntS fOR Sy2010-2011

BAChELoR of ARTs IN PEACE EduCATIoN (BAPE Iv)

       

Average grade

 

Name

Tribe

Address

grant

1 st sem

2 nd sem

1.

Aton, Neil John O.

Talaandig-Higaonon

Lingi-on, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon

ADFI-CORDAID

1.70

 

2.

Benito, Rizalito R.

Teduray

Ambaluwan, Darugao, Upi, Shariff Kabunsuan

ADFI-CORDAID

1.70

 

3.

Coquilla, Jay-are B.

Mandaya

Caraga, Davao Oriental

ADFI-CORDAID

1.50

 

4.

Dango, Ruben L.

Ifugao-Tuwali

Wigan, Cordon, Isabela

ADFI-CORDAID

1.65

 

5.

Dulnuan, Jerry T.

Ifugao-Ayangan

Wigan, Cordon, Isabela

ADFI-CORDAID

1.90

 

6.

Langgawan, Bicboy L.

T’boli

Lamdalag, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato

ADFI-CORDAID

2.20

 

7.

Magandam, Jimric M.

Mandaya

Caraga, Davao Oriental

ADFI-CORDAID

1.55

 

8.

Ofong, Arjel B.

T’boli

Lamdalag, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato

ADFI-CORDAID

2.20

 

gIRLs

1.

Alberto, Janice D.

Teduray

Sitio Tinabon, Brgy. Kusiong Datu Odin Sinsuat, Shariff Kabunsuan

ADFI-CORDAID

1.70

 

2.

Bitog, Divina B.

Ifugao-Tuwali

Wigan, Cordon, Isabela

ADFI-CORDAID

1.60

 

3.

Capua, Mae C.

Mamanwa

Dinarawan, San Pablo, Jabonga, Agusan del Norte

ADFI-CORDAID

1.65

 

4.

Dango, Luzviminda B.

Ifugao-Tuwali

Wigan, Cordon, Isabela

ADFI-CORDAID

2.05

 

5.

Duma, Femie O.

T’boli

Lamdalag, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato

ADFI-CORDAID

2.10

 

6.

Floro, Ronalyn R.

Manobo

Sn. Toribio, Esperanza, Agusan del Sur

ADFI-CORDAID

   

7.

Israel, Viel Stephanie F.

Mandaya

P. 3 Pob. Compostela, Compostela Valley

ADFI-CORDAID

1.60

 

8.

Langgong, Maricel S.

T’boli

Lamdalag, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato

ADFI-CORDAID

2.00

 

9.

Ofong, Dominique Lojyn M.

T’boli

Lamdalag, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato

ADFI-CORDAID

1.65

 

10.

Rico, Romalyn G.

Manobo

Sn. Toribio, Esperanza, Agusan del Sur

ADFI-CORDAID

2.35

 

11.

Sihagan, Leizel L.

Talaandig

Miarayon, Talakag,

ADFI-CORDAID

2.05

 

Bukidnon

12.

Sinulay, Lezel S.

Talaandig

Miarayon, Talakag,

ADFI-CORDAID

2.10

 

Bukidnon

13.

Sulda, Doanie Grace H.

Manobo

Balmar, Nabaliwa, Pangantucan, Bukidnon

ADFI-CORDAID

1.70

 

14.

Sumael, Mary Grace V.

Manobo

Maramag, Bukidnon

ADFI-CORDAID

1.60

 

15.

Tupaz, Richelle V.

Mangyan-Tadyawan

Paitan, Naujan, Oriental, Mindoro

ADFI-CORDAID

1.60

 

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ADFI-CORDAID 1.60   a nnual r ePorT ‘10-’11 | a cademic P erformance of s TudenTs

BAChELoR of ELEMENTARy EduCATIoN (BEEd II)

10

       

Average grade

 

Name

Tribe

Address

grant

1 st sem

2 nd sem

1. Atan, Dave Mark O.

Bagobo-Tagabawa

Sibulan, Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur

 

1.81

 

2. Bando, Ryan M.

Manobo

Brgy. Hinapoyan, Sitio Gacub, Carmen, Surigao del Sur

 

1.92

 

3. Belec, John Kevin O.

Dibabawon

New Corella, Davao del Norte

HOPE - Japan

1.80

 

4. Dapito, Patrick S.

T’boli

Tambilil, Kiamba, Sarangani Province

 

2.03

 
       

1.67

 

5. Duron, Deopeter O.

Manobo

Pangyan, Trento, Agusan del Sur

HOPE - Japan

Tuition

Privilege

6. Garong, Christian R.

Mangyan-Alangan

Caburo, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro

HOPE - Reach

2.19

 
   

Tinaytayan, San Miguel, Talakag, Bukidnon

Cartwheel

   

7. Luminda, Roy O.

Talaandig

Foundation

1.86

       

1.58

 

8. Mañalas, Faisal U.

Manobo

Prk. 1, Comawas, Bislig City, Surigao del Sur

HOPE - Japan

Tuition

Privilege

   

Batuganding, Sarangani, Davao del Sur

Cartwheel

   

9. Pedro, Rodel Sueb III M.

B’laan

Foundation

1.93

10. Salicona, Kevin John S.

Talaandig

Imbatog, Lapok, Talakag, Bukidnon

 

1.98

 

gIRLs

 

1.

Abe-Abe, Rhonabel L.

Manobo

Prk. II, Calao-Calao, Don Carlos, Bukidnon

 

1.90

 
     

Cartwheel

   

2.

Alindayo, Apple May D.

Ifugao

Wigan, Cordon, Isabela

Foundation

1.78

       

1.67

 

3.

Belco, Arjean Marie S.

Talaandig

Tinaytayan, San Miguel, Talakag, Bukidnon

Cartwheel

Foundation

Tuition

Privilege

4.

Besto, Shenna Jean L.

Talaandig

Miarayon, Talakag,

Cartwheel

1.90

 

Bukidnon

Foundation

5.

Bewang, Sajeda K.

Sangir

Katubao, Kiamba, Sarangani Province

HOPE - Japan

1.93

 

6.

Bigong, Ma. Cristina C.

Mangyan-Hanunuo

Panaytayan, Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro

HOPE - Japan

1.82

 

7.

Binayao, Aiza C.

Manobo

Cebulen, Trento, Agusan del Sur

 

1.79

 
   

Tiltilan, Mahanub, Gigaquit Surigao del Norte

Cartwheel

   

8.

Cagampang, Elsie M.

Mamanwa

Foundation

1.99

9.

Cui, Ma. Aiza A.

Pala’wan-Ke’ney

Aribungos, Brooke’s Point, Palawan

HOPE - Japan

1.93

 
9. Cui, Ma. Aiza A. Pala’wan-Ke’ney Aribungos, Brooke’s Point, Palawan HOPE - Japan 1.93   10
9. Cui, Ma. Aiza A. Pala’wan-Ke’ney Aribungos, Brooke’s Point, Palawan HOPE - Japan 1.93   10
9. Cui, Ma. Aiza A. Pala’wan-Ke’ney Aribungos, Brooke’s Point, Palawan HOPE - Japan 1.93   10
10
10
       

Average grade

Name

Tribe

Address

grant

1 st sem

2 nd sem

10. Cultura, Mary Haide S.

Manobo

Sinangguyan, Don Carlos, Bukidnon

 

1.91

 

11. De Guzman, Julien I.

Ifugao

Wigan, Cordon, Isabela

 

1.80

 

12. Dogia, Gevfretch

Talaandig

Miarayon, Talakag,

 

1.87

 

Geraldine E.

Bukidnon

       

1.73

 

13. Gunto, Mary Lovely T.

Umajamnon

Maraguing, Iba, Cabanglasan, Bukidnon

Cartwheel

Foundation

Tuition

Privilege

14. Lintawagin, Ma. Bernalyn B.

Mangyan-Alangan

Paitan, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro

 

1.92

 

15. Lucin, Vina Fiel M.

B’laan

Mabila, Sarangani, Davao del Sur

HOPE - Japan

1.93

 
     

Cartwheel

   

16. Mangca, Adeline C.

Ifugao-Ayangan

Wigan, Cordon, Isabela

Foundation

1.81

17. Manggilawas, Irene M.

Arumanen-Manobo

Brgy. Renibon, Pigcawayan, Cotabato

HOPE - Japan

1.85

 

18. Manliguis, Liza Mae A.

Dibabawon-Mandaya

Prk. 5, Buclad, Asuncion, Davao del Norte

 

1.90

 

19. Memper, Joanna Rose S.

Talaandig

Miarayon, Talakag,

HOPE - Japan

1.81

 

Bukidnon

20. Mendol, Carla L.

T’boli

Prk. Villa Estrella, Lomuyon, Kiamba, Sarangani

 

2.00

 

21. Opez, Cherilyn A.

Manobo

Prk. Jerusalem, Sta. Maria, Trento, Agusan del Sur

 

1.97

 
       

1.58

 

22. Perez, Dale Joy O.

Bagobo

Wines, Baguio District, Davao City

Ms. Leticia Tagle

Tuition

Privilege

   

Tabawan, South Ubian, Tawi-Tawi

Cartwheel

   

23. Rainu, Wislita H.

Sama

Foundation

1.85

24. Segundo, Marilyn K.

Mangyan-Alangan

Sangelen, San Ignacio, Baco, Oriental Mindoro

HOPE - Japan

1.92

 
       

1.73

 

25. Sendrijas, Ressa L.

Higaonon

Bunaguit, Esperanza, Agusan del Sur

Cartwheel

Foundation

Tuition

Privilege

26. Sulatan, Jessa Mae B.

Talaandig

Miarayon, Talakag.

 

2.00

 

Bukidnon

     

Cartwheel

   

27. Supnet, Nylyn L.

Higaonon

Foundation

1.88

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BAChELoR of ARTs IN ANThRoPoLogy (BAA I)

       

Average grade

Name

Tribe

Address

grant

1 st sem

2 nd sem

   

Comillas, North Cervantes, Ilocos Sur

Cartwheel

   

1. Astudillo, Henry Jr.

Kankana-ey

Foundation

2.41

2. Benito, Jonard B.

T’boli

Kling, Kiamba, Sarangani Province

HOPE - Canada

1.94

 
       

1.59

 

3. Capalit, Joemar Ike Q.

Mandaya

Poblacion, Caraga,

Davao Oriental

HOPE - Canada

Tuition

Privilige

     

Cartwheel

   

4. Donato, Roderick

Ifugao

Paalao, Cordon, Isabela

Foundation

2.40

5. Fado, Roger K.

T’boli

Prk. Lehek, Gasi, Kiamba, Sarangani Province

HOPE – Japan

2.34

 

6. Lagungan, Abdul F.

Mandaya

Langgawisan, Maragusan, Compostela Valley

HOPE - Canada

2.39

 
     

Assisi

   

7. Licyayo, Mike D.

Ifugao

Wigan, Cordon, Isabela

Development

2.20

Foundation

   

Mangilay, Siayan, Zamboanga del Norte

Cartwheel

   

8. Lumawas, Dionesio Jr. A.

Subanen

Foundation

2.10

9. Molero, Mark Kevin

Teduray

Brgy. Tapian, Dos, Maguindanao

HOPE - Japan

2.45

 
     

Cartwheel

   

10. Mosela, Normindo O.

Teduray

Upi, Maguindanao

Foundation

2.32

11. Ocquiola, Philip

Dibabawon

Prk. 4, Poblacion, New Corella, Davao del Norte

HOPE - Reach

   

Anthony M.

1.97

12. Olubalang, Allan T.

Teduray

Sta. Fe, South Upi, Maguindanao

HOPE - Canada

2.47

 

13. Onduran, Mike L.

Talaandig

Tinaytayan, Miarayon, Talakag, Bukidnon

HOPE - Canada

2.53

 
   

P-4, San Toribio, Esperanza, Agusan del Sur

Assisi

   

14. Oquindo, Reynaldo R.

Manobo

Development

2.51

Foundation

15. Tamboon, David E.

Ati

Bolabog, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan

HOPE - Japan

2.59

 
   

Brgy. Hinapoyan, Sitio Gacub, Carmen, Surigao del Sur

Cartwheel

   

16. Quillano, Dandan A.

Manobo

Foundation

2.45

gIRLs

   

Brgy. Tapian, Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao

Cartwheel

   

1. Abelardo, Bea P.

Teduray

Foundation

2.28

2. Agabayan, Richelle L.

Mangyan-Alangan

Paitan, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro

HOPE - Canada

   
2. Agabayan, Richelle L. Mangyan-Alangan Paitan, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro HOPE - Canada    
2. Agabayan, Richelle L. Mangyan-Alangan Paitan, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro HOPE - Canada    
2. Agabayan, Richelle L. Mangyan-Alangan Paitan, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro HOPE - Canada    
       

Average grade

Name

Tribe

Address

grant

1 st sem

2 nd sem

   

Gonayen, Siayan, Zamboanga del Norte

Cartwheel

   

3. Alas, Mary Ann A.

Subanen

Foundation

2.36

4. Ambe, Daphny M.

Bagobo-Tagabawa

Cavarizan, Sibulan, Toril, Davao City

HOPE - Canada

2.01

 
     

Assisi

   

5. Badia-on, Analyn E.

Subanen

Suminalum, Siayan, Zamboanga del Norte

Development

2.20

Foundation

6. Blanco, Genelyn C.

Mandaya

P-3 Osmeña, Compostela Valley

HOPE - Canada

2.54

 

7. Bulding, Susan P.

Mangyan-Alangan

Paitan, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro

HOPE - Japan

   
   

Rosario, Cervantes, Ilocos Sur

Assisi

1.72

 

8. Das-ao, Charisse Mae P.

Kankana-ey

Development

Tuition

 

Foundation

Privilege

   

Kling, Kiamba, Sarangani Province

Cartwheel

   

9. Degollado, Cras Mae A.

B’laan

Foundation

2.25

10. Gawahan, Pinky Rose A.

Talaandig

Lirongan, Talakag,

HOPE - Canada

2.14

 

Bukidnon

11. Hupayan, Renalyn S.

Talaandig

Miarayon, Talakag,

HOPE - Canada

2.33

 

Bukidnon

   

Lamcuah, Maligo,

     

12. Imba, Junie Jane M.

B’laan

Polomolok, South

HOPE - Canada

2.20

Cotabato

13. Lucena, Jonalyn L.

Ifugao

Wigan, Cordon, Isabela

HOPE - Canada

2.21

 
     

Cartwheel

   

14. Malintad, May - One M.

Mandaya

Caraga, Davao Oriental

Foundation

1.95

     

Assisi

   

15. Matangong, Shaira B.

Mandaya

Danawan, San Pedro, Caraga, Davao Oriental

Development

1.80

Foundation

16. Maulingan, Anilyn B.

Mandaya

Caraga, Davao Oriental

HOPE - Canada

1.94

 
   

Poblacion, Liwan-baay, Abra

Cartwheel

   

17. Purugganan, Joan May A.

Binongan

Foundation

2.21

18. Suyan, Annie Rose P.

T’boli

Gasi, Kiamba, Sarangani Province

HOPE - Canada

2.55

 

19. Tagno-ay, Janiecel B.

Talaandig

Imbatog, Lapok, Talakag, Bukidnon

HOPE - Canada

1.78

 
     

Assisi

   

20. Tulawe, Mylene L.

Subanen

Soguilon, Siayan, Zamboanga del Norte

Development

2.03

Foundatin

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hIghLIghts oF ACtIVItIes April 8-10, 2010 A workshop on Culture Mapping was facilitated by Mr.
hIghLIghts oF ACtIVItIes April 8-10, 2010 A workshop on Culture Mapping was facilitated by Mr.

hIghLIghts oF ACtIVItIes

April 8-10, 2010

A workshop on Culture Mapping was facilitated by Mr.

Benjamin D. Abadiano. The said event was participated by twenty two (22) Anthropology students, twelve (12) Pamulaan graduates and other participants from the different communities of Assisi Program in Mindanao.

May 14-15, 2010

Arrival of the thirty nine (39) students (4 th batch).

May 16, 2010

Orientation of the thirty nine (39) students was given by Abner Tolon Jr. and Geneth Layocan, Pamulaan Staff.

May 17-28, 2010

The Summer English Bridging Program of the thirty seven (37) students. Two (2) students were exempted from attending the program because they got higher rating in their Admission Test.

May 20, 2010

During the evening, a “Life-sharing activity” was held

at the amphitheater in order for the thirty seven (37) 4 th

batch students to understand and realize the importance

of opportunity and sacrifices while struggling in achieving goals. Thus, Richard Milod and Reniel Sihagan (Bachelor

of Agricultural Technology) shared their life on how they

overcome fear, loneliness and hectic schedule until they

graduated from Pamulaan with flying colors (Richard Milod), for them to be encouraged to move on.

May 21, 2010

In the evening, a cultural bonding was held at the

amphitheater in the form of story-telling about their tribe. They also performed their own dances in order for them to be entertained and also test them on how far they know about their own culture.

test them on how far they know about their own culture.  May 22, 2010 A
test them on how far they know about their own culture.  May 22, 2010 A
test them on how far they know about their own culture.  May 22, 2010 A
test them on how far they know about their own culture.  May 22, 2010 A

May 22, 2010

A team building activity was facilitated by Abner Tolon Jr. and Geneth Layocan to the thirty seven(37) students.

Jr. and Geneth Layocan to the thirty seven(37) students. May 23, 2010 Richard Milod and Reniel

May 23, 2010

Richard Milod and Reniel Sihagan facilitated the half-day orientation on Sustainable Agriculture to the thirty seven (37) students.

May 30, 2010 An Introduction to Peace Education session was given to the 37 4
May 30, 2010
An Introduction to Peace Education session was given
to the 37 4 th batch students by Mr. Pio Fuentes of Assisi
Development Foundation-Mindanao office.

May 31 - June 1, 2010

Enrollment of the eighty nine (89) Pamulaan students.

2010 Enrollment of the eighty nine (89) Pamulaan students. June 1, 2010 First General Assembly of

June 1, 2010

First General Assembly of the students for the school year.

June 2, 2010

IP Values session was given by Mrs. Zenaida “Manang Brigette”Pawid to the thirty seven (37) BEED students.

June 3, 2010

The eighty nine (89) Pamulaan students participated in the In Service Seminar-Workshop on Peace Building and Multi-Cultural Studies held at the Pamulaan classroom conducted by the Assisi Development Foundation under the PEACEPATHS program.

Assisi Development Foundation under the PEACEPATHS program. June 4, 2010 The seven (7) selected Peace Education

June 4, 2010

Foundation under the PEACEPATHS program. June 4, 2010 The seven (7) selected Peace Education students participated

The seven (7) selected Peace Education students participated in the 1-day Syllabi Making on Peace Building Curriculum. The following students are:

Ronalyn Floro, Doanie Grace Sulda, Dominique Lojyn Ofong, Lezel Sinulay, Richelle Tupaz, Jimric Magandam and Jay-are Coquilla.

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Coquilla. a nnual r ePorT ‘10-’11 | h ighlighTs June 5, 2010 Educational Tour of the

June 5, 2010

Educational Tour of the thirty seven (37) 4 th batch students in Davao City.

June 6, 2010

An Election of Officers of the Pamulaan students for the first semester of school year 2010-2011 was held. The newly elected officers were:

President:

Jemuel Sulatan (Bachelor of Arts in

V-President:

Anthropology - 4 th year) Jay-are Coquilla (Bachelor of Arts in Peace

Secretary:

Education – 3 rd year) Dale Joy Perez (Bachelor of Elementary

Asst. Sec.:

Education – 1 st year) Doanie Grace Sulda (Bachelor of Arts in

Treasurer:

Peace Education – 3 rd year) Luzviminda Dango (Bachelor of Arts in

PIO:

Peace Education – 3 rd year) Gerry Dulnuan (Bachelor of Arts in Peace

Asst. PIO:

Education – 3 rd year) John Kevin Belec (Bachelor of Elementary

SSC Reps.:

Education – 1 st year) Cyril Jay Ojas (Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology – 4 th year) Dominique Lojyn Ofong (Bachelor of Arts in Peace Education – 3 rd year)

In the evening, a welcome program was done for the 4 th batch of Pamulaan Center through a cultural celebration. It was organized by the 2 nd and 3 rd batch students. The Cartwheel Foundation Staff in persons of Ambo and Claire Fuentes organized a meeting to all CFI grantees of Pamulaan Center.

June 7, 2010 The out-going officers turned-over the key of responsibility to the newly elected

June 7, 2010

The out-going officers turned-over the key of responsibility to the newly elected officers for the first semester of school year 2010-2011. The class of 2010 first semester begins.

June 8, 2010

The Ayala Foundation team visited the center as part of its nationwide school caravan for the 12 th National Ayala Young Leaders Congress. This is an annual event organized by the Ayala Group of Companies for student leaders from the different top performing schools in the country. In order to qualify, students must undergo three stages of application: 1) Submission of requirements (w/c include academic achievements and leadership experiences both in school and in the community), 2) Screening based on the submitted documents, 3) Panel (group of 4-5 Ayala executives) interview in Manila.

Panel (group of 4-5 Ayala executives) interview in Manila. June 12, 2010 The thirty seven (37)

June 12, 2010

The thirty seven (37) 4 th batch students participated in a 2-day activity on Self-Awareness and Recollection, given to them by Ms. Leah Vidal of Ateneo de Davao University, Campus Minister/Assistant Dean.

Ateneo de Davao University, Campus Minister/Assistant Dean. June 12-13, 2010 The thirty seven (37) 4 t

June 12-13, 2010

The thirty seven (37) 4 th batch students participated in a 2-day activity on Self-Awareness and Recollection, given to them by Ms. Leah Vidal of Ateneo de Davao University, Campus Minister/Assistant Dean.

de Davao University, Campus Minister/Assistant Dean.  June 19, 2010 The pioneering batch of BA in
de Davao University, Campus Minister/Assistant Dean.  June 19, 2010 The pioneering batch of BA in
de Davao University, Campus Minister/Assistant Dean.  June 19, 2010 The pioneering batch of BA in
de Davao University, Campus Minister/Assistant Dean.  June 19, 2010 The pioneering batch of BA in

June 19, 2010

The pioneering batch of BA in Applied Anthropology conducted a whole day “Workshop on Culture” to the thirty seven (37) first year BEED students. The workshop enabled the first year (1 st year) students to understand the nature of culture shock, multiculturalism, acculturation, ethnocentrism, cultural relativism and the like; especially that they were still on the stage of coping/dealing with culture shock and some but natural adjustments.

with culture shock and some but natural adjustments. June 23, 2010 The Tanug te’ Pamulaan musical

June 23, 2010

The Tanug te’ Pamulaan musical group performed during the welcome activity of the A National IP Agenda participants coming from the different IPs’ communities all over the Philippines.

the different IPs’ communities all over the Philippines. June 24-25, 2010 Some of the Pamulaan students

June 24-25, 2010

communities all over the Philippines. June 24-25, 2010 Some of the Pamulaan students participated in the

Some of the Pamulaan students participated in the Workshop on National IP Agenda as indigenous youth representatives held at Pamulaan Center which will be submitted to the President Elect Benigno Simeon Aquino III. In behalf of Pres. Ninoy Aquino, Ms. Ma. Victoria Elisa Aquino-Dee and Mr. Richard Dee (her husband) stood as his representative.

June 26-27, 2010 IP World view session was given to the thirty seven (37) BEED

June 26-27, 2010

IP World view session was given to the thirty seven (37) BEED students by Bro. Karl Gaspar, Redemptorist.

June 26, 2010

A culmination of the month’s activities such as Birthday celebration (for the months of April, May and June), Evening Praise and exchange of Prayer Partner were celebrated by the Pamulaan students and formators.

were celebrated by the Pamulaan students and formators. July 2010 The Community Learning Service (CLS) of
were celebrated by the Pamulaan students and formators. July 2010 The Community Learning Service (CLS) of

July 2010

celebrated by the Pamulaan students and formators. July 2010 The Community Learning Service (CLS) of the

The Community Learning Service (CLS) of the Pamulaan students was scheduled every first and last Saturday of

the month in the different schools and institutions within Tugbok District, Davao City. The following schools and institutions were:

1. Lingap Center for Mentally Challenged

2. Rehabilitation Center for Youth

3. Care for the Elderly Foundation, Inc.

4. Alternative Learning System

5. Mintal Elem. School

6. Mary Immaculate Conception Parish

7. Mintal Day Care Center

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Day Care Center a nnual r ePorT ‘10-’11 | h ighlighTs July 3, 2010 The Pamulaan

July 3, 2010

The Pamulaan students celebrated the Nutrition Month with a theme: “Healthy Lifestyle ng Katutubong Kabataan tungo sa Kinabukasan” through various activities such as, treasure hunting, parlor games, nutriquiz, poem and song composition and jingle. The highlight of this activity was that healthy and organic food preparation.

July 7-9, 2010

The Indigenous Peoples’ Gathering on Climate Change (IPGCC) sponsored by the LRC-KsK was held at HCDC- Maritime Education Program Training Center, Camudmud, Baback, Island Garden City of Samal. There were around 50 lumads from different tribes in Regions 11 and 12 who participated in the activity. Two (2) Pamulaan BA Anthropology students — Melvin Guilleno and Gemma Nicolas were invited.

July 12, 2010

Ninety (90) students from the University of the Philippines visited Pamulaan Living Heritage Center and had a short interaction with the Pamulaan students.

July 19-22, 2010

First Preliminary examination of the students.

July 28, 2010

A visit of fifteen (15) tribal elders (Datu) coming from different communities in Davao del Sur to the Living Heritage Center.

August 5-20, 2010 Eleven (11) Hope Japan Union Volunteers immersed with the eighty nine (89)
August 5-20, 2010 Eleven (11) Hope Japan Union Volunteers immersed with the eighty nine (89)

August 5-20, 2010

Eleven (11) Hope Japan Union Volunteers immersed with the eighty nine (89) Pamulaan students. Mainly, they put up a Holistic Healing garden in the Living Heritage Center. They were also involved on the weekends Community Service of the students to the different schools and institutions within Brgy. Tugbok.

the different schools and institutions within Brgy. Tugbok. August 16, 2010 A visit of Cordaid representative—Mr.

August 16, 2010

A visit of Cordaid representative—Mr. Jerome and

interaction with the students especially to Cordaid grantees, the Peace Education students.

August 18, 2010

The 11 Hope Japan Union Volunteers:

The six(6) Plan International personnel visited Pamulaan

1.

Hanae Saeki

Center for IP Curriculum consultation. They planned to

2.

Makiku Suzuki

establish an education program for the Mangyan people

3.

Miyuki Kawaguchi

in

Occidental Mindoro. The said consultation was done

4.

Miyuki Kajio

with the presence of Mr. Benjamin Abadiano.

5.

Hiroshi Yamamoto

6.

Anastassia Iankova

7.

Eiko Shibata

August 20, 2010

8.

John Herbert Janzen

Departure of four (4) remaining Hope Japan Union

9.

Chie Muto

Volunteers.

10.

Kosuke Hisamatsu

11.

Saori Doi

Volunteers. 10. Kosuke Hisamatsu 11. Saori Doi August 10, 2010 The International IP Day was once
Volunteers. 10. Kosuke Hisamatsu 11. Saori Doi August 10, 2010 The International IP Day was once

August 10, 2010

The International IP Day was once again celebrated by the Pamulaan students together with the Hope Japan Union Volunteers who visited Pamulaan.

The departure of the 6 short term Hope Japan Union Volunteers.

of the 6 short term Hope Japan Union Volunteers.  August 21, 2010 The Pamulaan Day
of the 6 short term Hope Japan Union Volunteers.  August 21, 2010 The Pamulaan Day
of the 6 short term Hope Japan Union Volunteers.  August 21, 2010 The Pamulaan Day
of the 6 short term Hope Japan Union Volunteers.  August 21, 2010 The Pamulaan Day

August 21, 2010

The Pamulaan Day was celebrated with a theme: “Sports and Literature: Catalyst for Change Towards Youth Development”. This event was celebrated through various activities such as Out-Indoor games, Literary and musical competitions. This event was conducted in preparation for the incoming university Intramurals on September.

August 28, 2010 Ms. Megumi and Mr. Ichio Ito of Asian Community Trust (ACT) and

August 28, 2010

Ms. Megumi and Mr. Ichio Ito of Asian Community Trust (ACT) and friends, one of the sponsoring groups visited the center.

friends, one of the sponsoring groups visited the center. August 30, 2010 The Pamulaan students participated

August 30, 2010

The Pamulaan students participated in the “Buwan ng Wika” activity of the University of Southeastern Philippines and actively joined in various competitions such as; laro ng lahi, tula, talumpati, katutubong sayaw, etc. As the result, they got 4 th place in the over-all competitions.

September 2-3, 2010

Mid-term exam of the students

September 2-3, 2010 Mid-term exam of the students September 12, 2010 Mr. Matthew Redekov of Hope

September 12, 2010

Mr. Matthew Redekov of Hope International visited Pamulaan and had short interaction with the students especially to the fourteen (14) Hope International grantees.

September 16-20, 2010

Four (4) Pamulaan students participated in the 3-day trainer’s training called “Panaw sa Kalinaw on Climate Change Adaptation, Mitigation and Disaster Risk Reduction”, initiated by the Peacepaths Program of Assisi Development Foundation in partnership with the Diocese of Malaybalay – Social Action Center (DSAC) held at Lantapan, Malaybalay, Bukidnon. The following students were: Dale Joy Perez and Roy Luminda both are first year; and Luzviminda Dango and Mae Capua are the third year students.

Luzviminda Dango and Mae Capua are the third year students. September 21, 2010 In celebration of
Luzviminda Dango and Mae Capua are the third year students. September 21, 2010 In celebration of
Luzviminda Dango and Mae Capua are the third year students. September 21, 2010 In celebration of

September 21, 2010

In celebration of International Peace Day the Pamulaan Center for Indigenous Peoples Education hosted this 1-day event through a Conversation session with the participation of the elders from different communities, Pamulaan students, University of the Philippines and the University of Southeastern Philippines and; with the presence also of Ms. Viel Aquino-Dee, Atty. Roque Agton, NCIP-Chairman and Ms. Delis of Office of the Presidential on Peace Process. This event also is the culmination of the launching of the Peace Education Hub, which is designed to promote intercultural dialogue and solidarity through the strengthening of peace and multi-cultural education and research. In the afternoon, the 25 Peace Education students honored the event through their peace concert entitled “Hoyuhoy sa Kalinaw”.

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September 21-24, 2010 The University of Southeastern Philippines, College of Governance, Business and Economics celebrated

September 21-24, 2010

The University of Southeastern Philippines, College of Governance, Business and Economics celebrated its Intramurals with a theme: “Discovering Potentials through Sportsmanship and Healthy Competitive Spirit”. The Pamulaan students actively participated in the event as one department through joining different outdoor/indoor games and literary competitions. As a result, they got the 3 rd place in the over-all competitions.

October 2, 2010

Weekend Community Learning Service Evaluation.

2, 2010 Weekend Community Learning Service Evaluation. October 8-9, 2010 Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK)
2, 2010 Weekend Community Learning Service Evaluation. October 8-9, 2010 Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK)
2, 2010 Weekend Community Learning Service Evaluation. October 8-9, 2010 Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK)

October 8-9, 2010

Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) evaluation conducted by Mr. Campbell, External Evaluator and Mr. Max Ventura, NTFP-EP Deputy Director to the 25 Peace Education students.

The Trainers’ Training on Disaster Preparedness was conducted to the twenty seven (27) Anthropology students by Mr. Mark Cervantes and Gonzalo Servano from the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction in preparation for the incoming Kalindogan 2010 as facilitators.

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for the incoming Kalindogan 2010 as facilitators. 20 October 17-21, 2010 The Pamulaan Center for IP
for the incoming Kalindogan 2010 as facilitators. 20 October 17-21, 2010 The Pamulaan Center for IP
for the incoming Kalindogan 2010 as facilitators. 20 October 17-21, 2010 The Pamulaan Center for IP
for the incoming Kalindogan 2010 as facilitators. 20 October 17-21, 2010 The Pamulaan Center for IP

October 17-21, 2010

The Pamulaan Center for IP Education once again celebrated its annual celebration on Kalindogan: National IP Youth Peace Congress as spearheaded by the Peacepaths Program of Assisi Development Foundation, Inc. This Year the Kalindogan theme was: “Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Preparedness”. It was participated by approximately 280 participants all over the country. It was also a launching of Indigenous Knowledge System and Practices Hub or IKSP as the repository of the students researches and research area of the students and teachers.

October 19-23, 2010

Kristine Mae Sumalinab, an anthropology student attended the national ethnographic research paper presentation during the UGAT (Anthropological

Association in the Philippines) conference. She was

a reactor to the three paper presentors on the theme “Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples”.

October 22, 2010

A Cultural Mapping Workshop was held at Pamulaan

Center and attended by the different partners’ organizations of the Assisi Development Foundation and the twenty seven (27) Anthropology students in preparation for their incoming practicum. They will be assigned in the eight (8) communities where they will conduct Cultural Mapping as their first assignment. The following communities are: Cabanglasan, Cabidianan, Magtangale, Jabonga, Upi, Datu Odin Sinsuat, Sitio Contract and Renibon.

October 23 - november 2, 2010

Semestral break of the eighty(89) Pamulaan Students.

October 24, 2010

Six (6) Anthropology students were deployed to Advocafe’- a non-profit and social enterprise where 100% of its proceeds will go to development programs for Indigenous Peoples.

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October 26-27, 2010

Two (2) Pamulaan students—Gemma Nicolas, Anthropology student and Jimric Magandam, Peace Education student attended the 2-day DOLE consultation

on Youth Employment at Grand Regal Hotel in Davao City.

It was the Davao island-wide consultation. Its Expected

Outputs will be the Island-wide multi-stakeholder inputs to the Labor and Employment Agenda, 2011-2016 and Philippine Jobs Pact.

november 3, 2010

Arrival of sixty two (62) students from their own communities.