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Tumayaw Village in Development

Tumayaw Village is a development to promote ethnic pride among the Banayoyo people while also providing them with the means to prosper and perpetuate the heritage of its people.
Tumayaw Village
Indigenous tribes are not immune to the enroaching influence of technology and modernization on tribal customs and traditions. In fact, they may actually even be the most vulnerable as the old ways are eroded among the younger generations. The Banayoyo were no exception.

The wealth of the Banayoyo is its humble and hard working people and its rich traditions and customs. Before Banayoyo becomes another casualty of ‘civilization’, the local and provinical administration, headed by Governor DV Savellano, conceptuatulized a village where tourists can visit to learn more about the tribe while also providing a livelihood for the villagers.
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Begnas 2010 & Thanksgiving – Indigenous People’s Month Celebration

The Pangasinan Tribal Women’s Organization, Inc sponsored this year’s Indigenous People’s Month Annual Celebration and Thanksgiving. The begnas is scheduled today, November 12, 2010 in Umingan, Pangasinan. The Sagunto sector of the organization is heavily represented in the provincial organization and have asked the support of all Saguntonians in the letter of solicitation below. Even though the begnas is happening as we speak, the Tribal Women’s Organization has projects that are ongoing, year-round and your donation will go to fund all their worthwhile endeavors.

First, as an introduction, the following is the Vision and Mission Statement of the organization:

Pangasinan Tribal Women’s Organization (TWO), Inc. is a dynamic organization dedicated to protecting and promoting women’s rights focused on empowerment, gender equality and universal access to justice, all for the improvement of the quality of life, especially the tribal women and youth.

Pangasinan TWO, Inc. aims to provide basic quality services that is equitably accessible to all. It also aims to develop and ensure that every member will be empowered to enjoy their rights and in laying the foundations of a life-long commitment to the Indigenous Peoples and active service economically, socially and morally in a just humane society.

THE LETTER OF SOLICITATION

Republic of the Philippines

Office of the Pangasinan Tribal Women’s Organization, Inc.

NCIP Office Nat’l. Services Bldg., Provincial Capitol Complex

Lingayen, Pangasinan

(: (63) 0908 308 9053

E-mail: pangatriwomen@gmail.com

SEC ® #: CN201029829

 

 

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Thanks from The Bago Tribe Sagunto Chapter

Allow us to express our fullest and sincerest thanks to you our donors and supporters in making this affair truly remarkable and successful.

The Bago Tribe Sagunto Chapter (BNCSPI) will always cherish your grand participation and ever lasting cooperation that incalculated in the midst of our hearts forever…

God bless and thank you very much…

AMIR MALQUED
President
BAGO TRIBE SAGUNTO CHAPTER
(BNCSPI)

We the BAGO NATIONAL CULTURAL SOCIETY of the PHILIPPINES INCORPORATED ( SAGUNTO CHAPTER ) Are extending our warmest greeting for the new year, and with heartfelt gratitude, we reiterate our sincerest thanks to our sponsors and donors for their help and support for the Bago Inter-color Tournament and Women’s Invitational Tournament

DONORS:

Eleno Annaguey

Municipal Councilors

Chuck Dapiaoen

Diosdado Quilaman

Mr & Mrs Joefrey Cabras

Phoebe Hollingsworth

Greg Quilaman

Dr. Ben Balinao

Mrs Irene Florendo
(Sagunto Assoc. of USA)

Mr & Mrs Edwin Gaudiano

SFAL
(Sagunto Friendship Assoc. of London)

Felimon Castillo

Priscila Oblero

Ferdinand Solano

Janet Oblero Castillo

Cendana’s Store

Merelina Barillo

Mr & Mrs Roger Loyola
–donated uniform for the
committees

Kenneth Whitear

Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Palit-ang (bago tribe)

Special thanks to SAGUNTO UNITED KINGDOM ASSOCIATION (SUKA) for their support. Henry Palit-ang – chairman and Amy Deadman-president.

For this we salute every one of you and may the lord shower his blessing to every one of us.

AMIR C. MALQUED

President

(Bago Tribe Sagunto Chapter)

2008 Begnas in Sison

Sison will hold an INDIGENOUS PEOPLES CELEBRATIONS, “BEGNAS” on October 30, 2008 and the organizers are asking for your support (see letter below). The event is sponsored by the Tribal Council Federation, Sison Tribal Women Federation and the Bago National Cultural Society of the Philippines Inc of the Municipality of Sison, Pangasinan.

Begnas

Send your support to the Sison Tribal Women Federation President, Mrs. Josephine A. Saguirre and/or Mrs. Memoria L. Naranjo, Begnas treasurer, in care of Mr. Inocencio G. Carganilla, chairman of the Pangasinan Tribal Council at the Mayor’s office in Sison.

Direct all inquiries to Mr. Carganilla by telephone: 075-567-2661. Mr. Carganilla is the current executive assistant to Mayor Kimi and will be the acting liaison for the Begnas committee. The committee will also be monitoring this post for comments. If you cannot call, leave your comments or questions here.

Free Medical & Dental Mission in Pilawan

BALIKBAYANS FROM LONDON SPONSORED A FREE MEDICAL AND DENTAL MISSION WITH MALE CIRCUMCISION AND EYE SCREENING AT SITIO PILAWAN, BARANGAY SAGUNTO

‘Kasdiay gayam ti ikasta da nga …..’

Pilawan School
Figure 1 – Site of the mission


 

April 3, 2008 – Philanthropist balikbayans from London, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dela Cruz and Mrs. Mina Dumal-is, through the persistent request of Barangay Sagunto SK Chairwoman, Hon. Ellaine Grace B. Gaudiano, sponsored a free medical and dental mission with circumcision in one of the remotest and highest area of the municipality of Sison.
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