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Flourishing Badjao Community

Even the most discriminated nomadic tribe can adapt and fluorish through time

The Mindanao is known for its diverse tripeople, the Christians, Muslims and the Lumads.

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Aivy Rose Villarba

Extending our Hands to the Sea Nomads

One of my first times in joining the KFC work camp started when we, along with our Japanese co-volunteers, Ricoppine members, visited the Badjao community found in one of the coastal settlements and inhabit some of the waters and shores of Cagayan de Oro. 807 more words


Zamboanga City


Zamboanga City – October 2012: This week-long vacation was well spent with family and family-to-be. My family flew to Zamboanga City for my brother’s wedding. Unfortunately though my sister was not able to make it as she was working in China during that time. 227 more words

It's More Fun In The Philippines

#CHRISTmas: Caroling With A Twist

             December 24, 2015—Kuya Fish Campaign visited the Badjao Community in time for Christmas Day to serenade our brothers and sisters and give gift packs for the Noche Buena. 46 more words


Badjaos: Changing Tides of Laughter

Here’s a little docu we did of the Badjaos. True water people, living on the edge of urbanity.



When I was in grade one, my parents decided that it was time for a change and bought a new house near the old PNR station in Junction, Mayondon. 824 more words


Zamboanga: A Year After the Seige

In September 2013, more than 10,000 homes were destroyed in Zamboanga city when fighting broke out between the government troops and members of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). 211 more words