Laid to final rest: Family puts coffin on a raft made of banana trunks in crossing a river to bury their dead
A family in Aleosan, North Cotabato used a raft made of banana trunks to transport the coffin from one side of the river to the other side where the village cemetery.
Set in a pandemic-struck music camp, Still puts the spotlight on young aspiring artists as they navigate through a period of isolation and struggle.
For a Ramon Magsaysay awardee who thinks having food for his family is an award by itself, getting a hatchery is a dream come true.
A community of Ilocano farmers in Manubuan, Matalam, Cotabato are on their way to rice self-sufficiency with accessible irrigation water, high-yielding seeds, sufficient soil nutrients, and farm equipment.
At the mouth of the wide but shallow Kabasalan River where fresh water meets the sea, 76 fisherfolk families have found a virtual gold mine – oyster (talaba) farming.
Barahama Ali, one of the senior leaders of the MILF’s 113 Base Command in Datu Tumanggong in Tungawan, Zamboanga Sibugay, said the peace pact has opened “a new door for us.” (Photo credit: Popcy Ali/ Facebook) IPIL, ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY A…
Only months after the government totally dismantled the illegal mining activities, TVIRD immediately commenced its first order of business –the rehabilitation of Balabag’s natural environment.
Ethnic Blaans and thousands of rice farmers in South Cotabato welcome the ongoing consultations on mounting public clamor to lift a provincial ban on mining activities in the province. KORONADAL CITY, Philippines Ethnic Blaans and thousands of rice farmers in…