Tag: indigenous people
The United Kingdom's leading independent travel magazine, Wanderlust, has put the Philippines' indigenous culture in the limelight with a list article of places where the local heritage is preserved.
De La Salle Lipa in the Philippines has won the International Green Gown Award for its community outreach to the Mangyans, a cultural group of Mindoro province.
The call is on for runners of the Race for Water fundraiser to build a water system for an indigenous people community in upland Pampanga.
Listening to the "We Sing" International Women's Day song pumps up our Filipina pride as we realize it features Filipina singer-songwriter and Indigenous People advocate, Bayang Barrios.
The new Daang Katutubo leading to the View Deck of Nayong Aguilar in Pangasinan is expected to help the Kankanaey, Bago, and Ibaloi groups in Barangay Mapita access more social services while reducing travel time once it is completed.
Filipina youth leaders Louise Mabulo and Josefa Tauli, both University of the Philippines alumni, have been named 2020 Young Explorer recipients of the National Geographic Society which awards funding to young people engaged in impact-driven efforts to address global issues.
AirAsia Philippines and the Liter of Light Foundation have brought the Light it Forward solar lamps to the indigenous people of Zamboanga.
Non-profit organizations Peace Kamp, Bangketa Eskwela Foundation, and other charity groups have banded together to provide the online learning needs of the Aeta indigenous people in Porac, Pampanga.
Forbes Asia named Filipina actor Angel Locsin among Asia's Heroes of Philanthropy in 2019. Forbes Asia’s 2019 Heroes Of Philanthropy: Catalysts For Change announced on December 2 listed Angel Locsin among the awardees that included...
The Bangsamoro people through the Hineleban Foundation have partnered with the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) to reforest the Lanao del Sur mountain range. The two Phlippine foundations have committed to rehabilitation work on...
The Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU) community outreach program for indigenous peoples received two international awards from the London-based Investors in People. LPU was recognized for Excellence in Social Responsibility, while LPU executive Dr....
Cordillera native Joan Carling has been awarded as a United Nations Champion of the Earth for her life’s work of fighting for environmental and indigenous people’s (IP) rights.
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