Browsing All posts tagged under »Project Banig Zamboanga«

The Philippines Needs Us

October 16, 2013

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On September 09, 2013, Zamboanga City, Philippines was attacked by rebels said to be members of a faction of the Moro National Liberation Front. The rebels allegedly took more than 100 people hostage and used them as human shields. The gunfight lasted for about three weeks. Houses were burned, neighborhoods were destroyed, and lives were lost. […]

Project Banig Zamboanga: Alternative Education for Underprivileged Filipino Children

April 22, 2013

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A woven mat (banig in Tagalog) has never been as powerful an object until a group of storytellers in the small, southern Philippine city of Zamboanga decided to use it as a tool for children and storytellers to come together and explore worlds through creativity and learning. Project Banig Zamboanga (PBZ) is a group of young adults […]

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