Hay- ato Ulama members identifies programs and activities during the action planning workshop
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.
Formulation and evaluation of three-year activity plan and activities with Mr. Dante Cali (lower right) gives emphasis on the priority programs
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.

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.

ProPEACE project team with the Hay-ato Ulama SARGEN members and training facilitators, Koronadal City, South Cotabato

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