With the support from Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund, ProPEACE aims to contribute to the improvement of peace, security, tolerance, and respect for the diversity of Tri-People (Muslims, Indigenous Peoples, and Christians) in the 8 municipalities of Sarangani and South Cotabato. The project is implemented by Mahintana Foundation, Inc. as lead recipient along with the consortium of CSOs (civil society organizations) – Kasilak Development Foundation Inc., OND Hesed Foundation Inc, Maguindanaon Development Foundation, Inc. and Tribal Leaders Development Foundation.
On June 22 – 24, 2021, Mahintana Foundation, Inc., in collaboration with the OND Hesed and the Maguindanaon Development Foundation, organized a three-day strategic planning workshop for the Hay-ato Ulama SARGEN (Sarangani-General Santos) chapter through the ProPEACE programme.
The activity aimed to outline programs, activities, and overall direction of the organization. Officers and members of Hay-ato Ulama SARGEN identified organizational strengths and weaknesses to reinforce the activity’s goal-setting and planning process.
Facilitators assisted in evaluating and validating their outputs. Ms. Jennifer Kamid, representing project partner of Sulong Kalinaw – Sarangani, graced the event and delivered a brief message to the participants on the national peace and development framework.
The crafted three-year strategic plan will serve as a basis for the Hay-ato Ulama SARGEN with its future engagements.