The Talaingod Manobo are the guardians and stewards of the Pantaron Mountain Range and many live in the town of Talaingod in Davao del Norte
Talaingod Manobo People News
Bai Bibyaon Ligkayan Bigkay was early for the nine o'clock ceremony at the University of the Philippines-Diliman College of Social Work and Community Development (CSWCD) today. She sat at the front row of the hall, flanked by her two companions and interpreters, a Manobo Datu and a Catholic nun, patiently waiting for the people who are to present her the 2017 Gawad Tandang Sora.
There is little in her calm demeanor that showed she was aware the flurry of preparations in the entire hall was in her behalf, that the huge event was to hail her as the Melchora "Tandang Sora" Aquino of the curren ...
The Department of Social Welfare and Development said Monday it continues to give support to communities of indigenous peoples in the country by meeting their requests for food assistance.
Last Nov. 30, DSWD-Davao delivered 2,091 family food packs worth PHP696,303 to internally displaced persons belonging to Manobo tribe families from Barangay Sto. Nino, Talaingod, Davao del Norte.
The distribution date coincided with the anniversary of the Salugpungan school, which was established by human rights and church-based organizations that advocate IP rights. A medical mission was also conducte ...
Some 40 Lumad Scholars officially started their classes at Datu Jose Libayao Davao del Norte State College Extension Campus last Monday, October 3, 2016 in the Tribal Municipality of Talaingod, Davao del Norte.
The Campus was built to fulfill the long-time desire of the Ata Manobo community to have an accessible tertiary education in their area.
"With the extension campus we are hoping to fill that particular gap in Talaingod," Governor del Rosario said
This development will surely transform the lives of the students and the community with new technological and knowledge that are unfa ...
The anticipation was high as we prepared ourselves for an international solidarity mission last July 17 to the community of Sitio Dulyan, in the town of Talaingod in Davao del Norte province. On this humble village stands the first Learning Center of the Salupongan Ta Tanu Igkanugon people's organization, an indigenous Lumad school made for and by the Lumad themselves.
It took us a three-hour bus travel from Davao City to get to the gym of Sto. Niño village, Talaingod, where we held the final preparations and briefing before taking off into the mountains on habal-habal (skylab motorcycle) ...
Lumad leaders who sought refuge in a church compound here congratulate President-elect Rodrigo Duterte and remind him of their long pending issue of displacement.
"Kami nga abot na isa ka tuig sa Haran, gusto makauli kay gusto na mi makabalik tikad sa amo kayutaan. Gusto namo ipadayon ang malinawon na pagpagpuyo didto (We are here in Haran for a year now, we want to go back to our home and till our lands. We want to continue leave peacefully there)," said Datu Kailo Bontulan, tribal community leader in Talaingod, Davao del Norte.
Bontulan, together with more than 400 Lumads in a vacated ...
The University of Southeastern Philippines-Pamulaan Center for Indigenous Peoples Education (USEP-Pamulaan) held its Commencement Exercises for its pioneer batch of BS Social Entrepreneurship graduates last March 30, 2016 at Mintal, Davao City. Among those present in the celebration are National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) Chairperson Atty. Leonor T. Oralde-Quintayo, USEP President Dr. Lourdes C. Generalao, Pamulaan President Mr. Benjamin Abadiano, Indigenous Peoples (IP) Leader Datu Julito Penaso, and representatives from Pamulaan's partner organizations.
Datu Julito Penaso of ...