Sulu-an

Hibabro-an han kalakat (Journey of knowledge)

2019-05-29T18:20:31+08:0023 May 2019|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

by Kenneth Lopez

The Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC) together with the Salcedo, Eastern Samar-based women’s group KAKASA Federation organized a learning visit last April 23-24, 2019 among various women’s groups in their province.

Top photo: ICSC’s Kenneth Lopez (left) and Orland Quesada (right) […]

Women take the lead in lighting up communities with solar lamps

2019-02-08T14:04:45+08:0012 Jan 2019|Tags: , , , , , , |

No mother would ever want to keep her kids waiting, especially when they’re cold, tired, and hungry.

But five years ago, this possibility loomed large for Lorna Ortillo Dela Peña, a senior citizen, single parent, and loving mother who also serves as the leader of a women’s group.

Tacloban, which bore the brunt of the storm, was the […]

Sulu-an State of Mind

2019-03-21T14:06:37+08:0011 Sep 2016|Tags: |

by Arturo Tahup

I arrived in Sulu-an Island last Monday and stayed there for four and half days with Glinly, Jessie and Jason, my colleagues from RE-Charge Philippines, to carry out Household Survey in preparation for the Solar Home System Project funded by Christian Aid

Sulu-an, home of the mystical giant Maka-andog and the farthest island in Guiuan […]