Category: Projects

MISFI visits project areas in Northwest Mindanao


(The fishing village of San Antonio, Ozamiz City, Misamis Oriental.)

The team from Mindanao Interfaith Services Foundation, Inc. (MISFI) visited the provinces of Zamboanga del Sur and Misamis Oriental last July 2 to 5, 2012 as part of the preliminary mapping of its project implementation in ten (10) barangays of the 2 provinces.

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MISFI MONITORS 3 PROJECT AREAS IN DAVAO NORTE

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SALTRD


From April 14-15, 2010, MISFI visited its 3 project areas in Davao del Norte namely, (1) Sitio Lower Camansa, (2) Sitio Lunono and (3) Sitio Tinago. MISFI’s monitoring visit was in partnership with another NGO team from the Science and Alternative Technology in Rural Development (SALTRD). While MISFI’S concern is with its community education program, SALTRD’s concern is with the area’s sustainable agricultural practices and the monitoring of animals dispersed and infrastructures.

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HEALING DAVAO CITY’S LAST FRONTIER

By NATHANIEL A. VILLANUEVA


(March 9-12, 2010) Sitio Mangani, Barangay Tapak is still part of Davao City but it took the Medical and Monitoring Team from downtown Davao City more than 5 hours aboard the dump truck and another 4 hours of arduous trek to reach this remote Ata-Manobo-Matigsalog community, passing through Panabo City and part of Davao del Norte Province to reenter Davao City again.

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Caravan inspires far-flung Ata-Manobo village

by Nathaniel A. Villanueva

(The MINDANAO DAILY MIRROR)

May 24, 2009 (Sunday) Full Front Page Story


The processional march of the 69 moving-up graduates, most of them without slippers.

The Mindanao Interfaith Services Foundation Inc. (MISFI) launched a 5-day Caravan for Peace and Development last May 2-6, 2009 at the very far-flung sitio of Muling, Barangay Gupitan of Kapalong, Davao del Norte.

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