Mamanwa can be found in Agusan del Norte, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Panaoan Island, and in the mountains of Southern Leyte. The Mamanwan dialect is bordered on the north and east by Suriganon; on the west by a mixed vernacular of Surigaonon and Cebuano; on the southwest by Butuanon; and on the southeast by Bislig Kamayo.
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The Mamanwa tribe living in Barangay Kagbana, this town, is helping in the protection of the national bird.
Bernal Managbanag, the chieftain of the tribe in an interview during the second Mahagnao outdoor festival, held here recently, confirms the presence of the Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyii) in their village saying that the big bird "can carry a wild piglet weighing 10 to 15 kilos."
He added that they observe that eagle also eats snakes, monkeys, weasel and other animals.
The members of the Mamanwa participated in the festival that promoted environmental conservation, pro ...
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in partnership with the local government unit of Burauen conducted the second Mahagnao Volcano Natural Park Outdoor Festival in Mahagnao Natural Park.
Among the activities held during the February 3 festival included fun run, kayak racing, photo contest, and booth making contest to commemorate the declaration of Mahagnao as a protected area under the National Integrated Protected Area System through Proclamation Number 117 in 1998.
This year's Mahagnao Volcano Natural Park Outdoor Festival also recognized the members of the Maman ...
The upland Kagbana village here is synonymous to isolation, but there are untold stories of patience and perseverance that are worth telling.
Residents have been pleading for an access road that will connect them to the nearest muddy road in San Vicente village.
Evalyn Gamad, 17, who is pregnant, never missed a pre-natal checkup despite hours of hiking and wading in rivers and streams.
"We need to have road to ensure our safety when we have to go to the town center, especially for a pregnant woman like me," Gamad said.
During emergencies, a patient who is unable to walk is being ca ...
About 3,000 indigenous peoples (IPs), or lumads, received social services through the "Serbisyo Peace Caravan" held at the covered court of Santiago town, in Agusan del Norte province recently.
The "Serbisyo Peace Caravan" was focused on prioritizing the IP communities composed mainly of the Mamanwa tribe, including residents in far-flung communities in the province, Lt. Col. Rey Pasco, commanding officer of the 4th Civil-Military Operations Battallion yesterday said.
The IPs and residents of various barangays availed of the free dental and medical services, circumcision, and deworming, ...
Some 2,000 indigenous peoples (IPs) have benefited from the joint "Serbisyo Peace Caravan" of the government agencies in coordination with the Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace Process (OPAPP) conducted Friday in Barangay Baleguian, Jabonga, Agusan del Norte.
OPAPP program manager Oliver Binancilan disclosed that the caravan is aimed to provide services to the localities of Jabonga, in culmination of the Peace Month celebration. "Services from government agencies are being brought here for our IP beneficiaries. We have been giving focus on the conflict-affected areas in the region ...
The inclusion of a local tribe living along the Sohoton Cave Natural Bridge National Park as part of this town's tourist attraction is projected to boost its tourism industry.
The Department of Tourism in the region in coordination with the Samar provincial government, included the Mamanwa tribe in its tourism program.
The Mamanwas live in Sitio Wespal, Barangay Guirang which is one of the jump-off points for tourists visiting the Sohoton Cave Natural Bridge National Park, considered the main tourism attraction of Basey.
"We are very happy that the Mamanwa tribe agreed when we asked t ...