KKI markets its SEED Project products

As part of Social Economic Enterprise Development (SEED) Project,  we create an innovative handicrafts made of indigenous and recyclable materials that can be sold as souvenir items for local market. These are products hand-made by our beneficiaries in our KKI communities.  Photos found in the Katilingban sa Kalambuan Org. Inc. Official Facebook Page

Katilingban Sa Kalambuan Organization Inc. (KKI) shares MAY 2017 activities

176 children (63 boys, 113 girls) in 7 partner-barangays of Katilingban Sa Kalambuan Org. Inc namely Zone 1, Sinunuc, Talisayan, Sinubong, Patalon, Labuan & Limpapa were gathered in an orientation on the United Nation Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). The participants familiarized the 4 Principles of UNCRC and  they were able to […]

ZABIDA Youth spearhead Barangay Youth Camp in their community

ZABIDA Youth continues its advocacy in Participative Governance by Community Empowerment through its Youth Sector.  A “Barangay Youth Camp” is organized in their respective Barangays for this year of 2017. Youth Leaders in Barangay Labuan organized youth camp on February 17-18 followed by the Youth Leaders of Baragay Victoria focusing in the Eco-tourism of Barangay […]

Youth Summer Campers gathered as Environmental Stewards

More than 100 young minds coming from the partnered public secondary schools, barangays and youth organizations of Peace Advocates Zamboanga (PAZ), Youth Solidarity for Peace (YSP), and Catholic Relief Services (CRS) participated in the joy-filled and knowledge-gaining Youth Summer Peace Camp this year. This year’s youth camp carries the theme “Promoting Environmental Actions and Conservation […]

ZABIDA observes “Farmers and Fisher folks month for May 2017”

The underlying purpose of these meetings is beyond the observance of Farmers and Fisher folks month. It is also to empower the Farmers in taking steps towards Climate Change mitigation. Their plans are to be supported by the City Environment and Natural Resources Office – Zamboanga City (CENRO), Verde Zamboanga Inc., and ZABIDA. (Leo Christopher Gaspar/Human Rights Advocacy/ZABIDA)