Project ‘Connect, Create, Conserve’


Location- Bukidnon Community, Negros, Philippines
 

QUOTES FROM THE COMMUNITY ABOUT PROJECT CCC:

“I CAN FEEL THE HAPPINESS WHENEVER I AM WITH THE CCC GROUP.”
“WE HAVE IMPROVED IN DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF OUR LIVES ”   
“I GAINED KNOWLEDGE, AND SOMEHOW OUR CONDITION HAS IMPROVED. I APPLY THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS I HAVE ACQUIRED IN DEALING WITH MY FAMILY AND NEIGHBOURS.”

Click HERE to view the Connect, Create, Conserve video!

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Successful launch of workshop demonstration!

 

Nomadic Hands’ intern Laura speaks about marketing and social responsibility. Caryl Anne from Bantay Bata 163 translates from English to Illongo for the community

Connecting - organisations, communities, and social enterprises.


Creating - livelihoods for families as a way of  preventing child labor.


Conserving - cultural & social structures, & the  natural environment


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Main Project Objective – To empower Philippine communities to reduce the worst forms of child labor, in a self-sustaining manner.

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Pilot project

The development and implementation of creative social entrepreneurial workshops, within the Bukidnon indigenous community, in collaboration with local organisations, government, schools, businesses, musicians and artists.

Location- Bukidnon Community, Negros, Philippines

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Partners:

Bantay Bata 163 Bacolod

National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP)
The Department of Education, Division of Silay City
Local Government, Division of Silay City
Tumandok Crafts

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Project Timeline
September 2010 - Consultations began between Nomadic Hands and Anti Child Labor organisations throughout the Philippines.
Bantay Bata 163, Bacolod and Nomadic Hands initiated a partnership. The development of creative social entrepreneurial workshops commenced with the help of Dr. Divina Edralin from De La Salle University, Manila.

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November 2011- Consultations within the Bukidnon indigenous community took place. A need for environmental protection, cultural rejuvenation and economic development was identified.

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January 2012- Practical demonstrations of creative social entrepreneurial workshops were held were held for Bantay Bata and the Bukidnon community, in Sitio Sibato.

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February 2012- A community building workshop and cultural performance took place within the community, in relation to relevant social business education.


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Video and photos from the community building and cultural performance day

February 2012:

 

Click HERE to view video footage of the Community Building Day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Photos from the practical demonstrations of creative social entrepreneurial workshops

January 2012:

 

 

 

 

 

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Photos from the consultations within the Bukidnon indigenous community

November 2011:

 

 

 

PROJECT EVALUATIONS

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MORE DIRECT QUOTES FROM THE COMMUNITY ABOUT PROJECT CCC:

“I HAVE OVERCOME MY SHYNESS AND I NOW KNOW HOW TO TALK IN FRONT OF MANY PEOPLE.”
“WITHOUT PROJECT  CCC, I WOULDN’T HAVE BEEN ABLE TO ENHANCE MY KNOWLEDGE AND VALUES.”
 ”WITHOUT PROJECT CCC, I WILL NOT BE ABLE TO LEARN MANY THINGS.”


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