3 edition of The introduction of an IEC package to the Muslim women of Maguindanao found in the catalog.
The introduction of an IEC package to the Muslim women of Maguindanao
Alfonso E. Villegas
by Socio-Economic Research Center, Notre Dame University in Cotabato City, Philippines
Written in English
Microfiche. Jakarta : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1993. 2 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||Alfonso E. Villegas, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 92/82079 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various foliations)|
|LC Control Number||92947046|
For the very first time, the Province of Maguindanao in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao will be celebrating the Inaul Festival, a festival honoring the Province and its people’s identity and cultural heritage – the Inaul.. INAUL, a Maguindanaon word that literally means “weaved”, is a unique fabric manually and meticulously woven mostly by Maguindanaon women . Capital: Manila is the center of trade and industry and contributes to the largest and densest population in the country in the world with an estimate of 20 million people () Language: Filipino and English are the two official languages. However, there are 12 major regional languages spoken namely: Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilocano, Hiligaynon, Waray-Waray, .
The Philippines: After the Maguindanao Massacre I. OVERVIEW The massacre on 23 November of 57 men and women by the private army of a warlord allied to Phil-ippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo shocked the country and the world. The immediate trigger for the killings was the decision of one man, Esmail “Toto”. The home plays a very important role in the development of and individual to become a functional and law abiding citizen of his country and community. If we have a weak family, we have weak individuals, weak leaders, and weak government. If we have a disturbed family, then we shall have a crime infested community..
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Maguindanao (Tagalog: [maˈɡɪndɐnaʊ], Maguindanaon: Prubinsya nu Magindanaw; Iranun: Perobinsia a Magindanao; Filipino: Lalawigan ng Maguindanao) is a province in the Philippines located in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).
Since the provincial capital is Buluan but the legislative branch of the provincial government, the Capital: Buluan (executive), Sultan Kudarat (legislative).
Maguindanao, also spelled Magindanao or Magindanaw, also called Maguindanaon, ethnolinguistic group living primarily in south-central Mindanao, the largest island in the southern a name meaning “people of the flood plain,” the Maguindanao are most heavily concentrated along the shores and in the flood lands of the Pulangi-Mindanao River basin.
Origins and relationships. The name "Maguindanao" is generally translated to mean "people of the flood plains". However, it comes from the root word danao (also danaw, ranaw, or lanaw), which can also mean "lake".Thus the name can also be translated as "people of the lake", identical to their closely-related neighbors, the Maranao and Iranun only these two.
Author(s): Villegas,A E Title(s): The introduction of an IEC package to the Muslim women of Maguindanao: a pilot study. Final report/ A.E. Villegas. Country of Publication: Philippines Publisher: Catabato City, Philippines, Notre Dame University, Socio-Economic Research Center, Description: iv, 80,  p.
The Maguindanao massacre, also known as the Ampatuan massacre, named after the town where mass graves of victims were found, occurred on the morning of Novemin the town of Ampatuan in Maguindanao province, on the island of Mindanao in the 58 victims were on their way to file a certificate of candidacy for Esmael Mangudadatu, vice Court: Quezon City Regional Trial Court Branch Maguindanao, meaning “people of the flood plains,” occupy the basin of the Pulangi River in Mindanao.
The word "Maguindanao" means "to be inundated", and is derived from the fact that the Pulangi River used to overflow its banks periodically, flooding the whole vast countryside and giving the impression that the whole region was one big lake or "danao”.
* Scripture Prayers for the Maguindanao in Philippines. * Ask the Lord to call people who are willing to go to the Philippines and share Christ with the Magindanaw. * Pray that God will raise up an army of intercessors who will faithfully stand in the gap for the Magindanaw.
* Ask the Holy Spirit to prepare the hearts of the people for the Gospel. Maguindanaoan Maguindanao Wedding Colorful Cultural Tradition Ceremony Bangsamoro Mindanao The BEST Muslim ExpatLIFE TV 10, views. We witnessed the Maguindanao wedding of Mikoy. The region of Maguindanao became home to most of the country's Muslim or Moro populations, composed of many ethnic groups such as the Maranao and the Tausug, the Banguingui as well as collective groups of indigenous, non-Christian and non-Muslim tribes.
Better known as the Lumad, a complex patchwork of indigenous groups. The collective term Moro people or Bangsamoro people refers to the 13 Islamized ethnolinguistic groups of the Filipino islands and archipelagos of Mindanao, Sulu, and Palawan.
As Muslim-majority ethnic groups, they form the largest non-Christian majority population in the Philippines, and comprise about 5% of the country's total population, or 5 million people. The Maguindanaon, or Maguindanaw for some, inhabit North Cotobato, South Cotobato, Sultan Kudurat, Zamboanga del Sur, and Maguindanao; the latter having the largest concentration.
Maguindanaon means “people of the flood plain” for they primarily inhabit the broad Pulangi River valley and delta which occasionally flood. The Maguindanao and their Muslim allies were never fully subdued by the Spanish, but within a few years after the United States took control of the Philippines in the last major battle was fought in Cotabato, in The American forces prevailed and an uneasy peace was imposed on the region.
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Maguindanao is a province of the Philippines located in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM). It’s subdivided into 33 municipalities and 1 city, the provincial capital is Shariff Aguak and borders Lanao del Sur to the north, Cotabato to the east, Shariff Kabunsuan (which was annulled by Sema v.
The Philippine Muslim communities have a distinct religion and secular practice, culture and tradition. A rough estimate of the Filipino Muslim community by the Office on Muslim Affairs (OMA) states that the Muslim population consists five percent (5%) of.
Maguindanao or Maguindanaon is an Austronesian language spoken by majority of the population of Maguindanao province in the is also spoken by sizable minorities in different parts of Mindanao such as the cities of Zamboanga, Davao, and General Santos, and the provinces of North Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, South Cotabato, Sarangani, Zamboanga del Sur, Zamboanga Language family: Austronesian, Malayo.
THE BOOK At bottom, the Muslim resistance against Spain in the Philippines was not an isolated or insignificant phenomenon but an essential part of the general resistance of all Muslim peoples in Malaysia against Western Imperialism, colonialism, and Christianity.4/5.
Maguindanaon is much beautiful language which is commonly used in the state of Maguindanao. As well as, people who are the native speaker of that language are very kind and sensitive.
Maguindanaon people are friendly, smiley, clever, hard-working, and serious in 5/5(1). Philippines massacre: The story behind the accused Ampatuan clan The Philippines massacre of 46 people on Monday on Mindanao appears to have been politically motivated, with fingers pointing to a.
The Maguindanao Massacre. The Maguindanao massacre, also known as the Ampatuan massacre (after the town where the mass graves were found), occurred on the morning of Novemin the town of Ampatuan in Maguindanao province, on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines. The name Maguindanao, meaning "people of the flood plain," was given to both the people and the island on which they live.
History. Around ADMuslim traders and missionaries began to arrive in the Philippines. The Maguindanao, according to legend, were converted to Islam by a Muslim prince from Johor on the Malay Peninsula.
The legend has. Muslim women shot in the groin, in the face, in the head; bodies crumpled and bloodied in the back of bullet-sprayed vehicles; and a man seemingly shot as he tried to run away.
Doomed convoy On 23 November last year, Ismael "Toto" Mangudadatu's wife and her aides drove through a rival family's turf to register his name for the forthcoming local.Contextual translation of "maguindanao muslim translator tagalog" into English.
Human translations with examples: none, ante, kain, bottle, arkano, faster, marano.