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Click on the PDF attachment below to read the complete nomination of Kalinaw Mindanao Movement, Inc.

 

Website: http://kalinawmindanaomovement.blogspot.com/

 

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Community tree planting is to increase the tree resource base in cities and towns

across Cagayan de Oro City, It is NOT to provide beautification. This project is a join project headed by Bombo Radyo Philippines, LGU , Kalinaw Mindanao Movement, Inc., and other Ngo's.


Tree planting activity spearhead by Bombo Radyo Philippines.

Trees  plays an important role in climate control. its shades us during summer time, help us to be our umbrella versus heat from the sun. side to beautify our street, mountain etc., it provide big balance of our planet. 

 

 

Objectives on tree planting:

 

improve the environment

increase the value of your property

provide a treed space for recreation

produce wood products such as lumber or fuel, orspecialized crops like Christmas trees or nuts

prevent soil erosion by wind or water

provide habitat and food for wildlife

conserve energy

kalinaw mindanao.. non profit organization..

kahit wlang masyadong fund..

yung mga member initiative namin yun.. kame gagawa ng project..

alam namin na mabuti ang aming ginawa..

http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/2bu/2bu/view/20100911-291586/Young-vo...

 

 

KMMI (one) Representative was chosen among thousand of youth leader to participate to the 

"yPEACE youth workshop on interfaith dialogue by US Embassy"

A SEMINARIAN, a Philippine Military Academy student and the first woman president of Mindanao State University’s student government—they, with other youth leaders from all over the country, made their voices heard at the recent interreligious workshop “yPeace: Youth in Action for Interfaith Dialogue.”


Initiated by the US Embassy and facilitated by the Peacemakers’ Circle Foundation Inc., yPeace gathered 34 participants, some from as far as Tawi-Tawi, who, aside from representing schools and peace-related organizations, also served as spokespersons for their different faiths: Catholic, Protestant, Born-Again, Pentecostal, Church of Christ, Islam, as well as indigenous beliefs.

Held Aug. 30-31, the two-day intensive workshop was at Hyatt Hotel in Malate, Manila.

In group discussions and creative presentations, participants related personal stories on conflicts in their respective communities, and their hopes for better interreligious coexistence in the country.

 

The organization representative was chosen among thousand youth leaders in the Philippines. truly this organization is bless by God. i am very amazed to this organization.

for more pictures and writeups pls see the links:

 

 

yPeace US Embassy Manila: http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/2bu/2bu/view/20100911-291586/Young-vo...

KMMI FB:       http://profiles.friendster.com/kabataangpinoy

KMMI FS:                         http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000732608746

KMMI Webblog:        http://kalinawmindanaomovement.blogspot.com/

Replication of what the KMMI learned from the recent "yPeace Workshop" sponsored by the US Embassy Manali, Philippines.

YOUTH from Cagayan de Oro City was gathered and talked about peace. Talking on  Peace Conflict resolution, mediation and dialogue. done at American Corner, XU Library, Xavier Unversity- Ateneo de Cagayan at Cagayan de Oro City. January 8, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

yPEACE CDO is a collaboration effort of Ms. Ellen Conde (Xavier University) and Ms. Luisa Bout ( Capitol University)

 

This WORKSHOP was Held Aug. 30-31, the two-day intensive workshop was at Hyatt Hotel in Malate, Manila.(To read more check out this link:http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/2bu/2bu/view/20100911-291586/Young-vo... )
Peace cannot be achieved through violence, it can only be attained through understanding
There is one armor that the world of men and women, as a world, has never yet put on.  The churches have long bungled with its fastenings, but the world has gone unfended, and few have been those in whose hands the mystical sword of the spirit has shone with daily use.  This armor, waiting to be worn, is the armor of brotherhood and sacrifice, the world of unselfishness, a conquering sword, with the power, where used, to unite the world in love.  And there are none who may not put it on.
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