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  • Organisation

    The Mindanao Tri-people Women Resource Center (MTWRC) was established in result to series of consultations among grassroots tri-people (Moro, Indigenous People, and Majority Settlers) women from different provinces in Mindanao in 2000. MTWRC works with the Mindanao Tri-people Women Forum (MTWF), an alliance of more than 50 local women organizations from different provinces in Mindanao. MTWRC is registered to the Securities and Exchange Commission on September 2002.
    MTWRC envisions for the betterment of the stature of the tri-people women where their rights are uphold and they become partners in building peace and development in Mindanao. MTWRC#s programs and services are linked to our advocacy for women empowerment, gender equality, human rights protection, peace, and food sovereignty.

    • Organisation

      The Mindanao Tri-people Women Resource Center (MTWRC) was established in result to series of consultations among grassroots tri-people (Moro, Indigenous People, and Majority Settlers) women from different provinces in Mindanao in 2000. MTWRC works with the Mindanao Tri-people Women Forum (MTWF), an alliance of more than 50 local women organizations from different provinces in Mindanao. MTWRC is registered to the Securities and Exchange Commission on September 2002.
      MTWRC envisions for the betterment of the stature of the tri-people women where their rights are uphold and they become partners in building peace and development in Mindanao. MTWRC#s programs and services are linked to our advocacy for women empowerment, gender equality, human rights protection, peace, and food sovereignty.

    • Project

      Full Project Title: Empowering Marawi Seige Women Survivors Against Gender-based Violence

      It has been 4 years passed since the 2017 Marawi Seige. Thousandsof Marawi IDPs remain in temporary shelter communities and othersare living elsewhere in tightlypacked communities and deprivedconditions like the project’s rightsholder group. Presently, they havebeen challenged again in the continuing onslaught of the Covid-19pandemic. With this current situation, the rightsholder group becomesmore vulnerable to any violence and abuses in the family and incommunity. This project is a continuing initiative from our previousVoice project. Generally, it aims to increase the protection of therightsholder group from any forms of violence and abuses. To achievethe maingoal, the project will continue to enhance the awareness andknowledge of the rightsholder on women’s rights. Capacity buildingactivities on various some topics will be provided. Because of thepandemic, the project will provide awareness on stress managementand self-care to boost the well-beingof the rightsholder group amidstof the crises. Livelihood activities are also included to improve theireconomic capacity that wouldreinforce their participation to theproject. In past project, we realized the importance for localorganizations to lead collectively the advocacy against GBV. Thisproject will support to strengthen the two Marawi womenorganizations. Capacity building activities will be provided to improvetheir skills on leadership and organizational management. The projectwill also facilitate in advancing theprograms and activities of thewomen organizations. This project will also work to increase theengagement and support of family members and communitystakeholders to the project. There will be valueformation sessions ongender-sensitive family relationship along with other family members.Dialogues with other community members, religious leaders and localauthorities will be strengthened to come-up joint resolutions andcollective actions with the rightsholder group.

  • Project

    Full Project Title: Empowering Marawi Seige Women Survivors Against Gender-based Violence

    It has been 4 years passed since the 2017 Marawi Seige. Thousandsof Marawi IDPs remain in temporary shelter communities and othersare living elsewhere in tightlypacked communities and deprivedconditions like the project’s rightsholder group. Presently, they havebeen challenged again in the continuing onslaught of the Covid-19pandemic. With this current situation, the rightsholder group becomesmore vulnerable to any violence and abuses in the family and incommunity. This project is a continuing initiative from our previousVoice project. Generally, it aims to increase the protection of therightsholder group from any forms of violence and abuses. To achievethe maingoal, the project will continue to enhance the awareness andknowledge of the rightsholder on women’s rights. Capacity buildingactivities on various some topics will be provided. Because of thepandemic, the project will provide awareness on stress managementand self-care to boost the well-beingof the rightsholder group amidstof the crises. Livelihood activities are also included to improve theireconomic capacity that wouldreinforce their participation to theproject. In past project, we realized the importance for localorganizations to lead collectively the advocacy against GBV. Thisproject will support to strengthen the two Marawi womenorganizations. Capacity building activities will be provided to improvetheir skills on leadership and organizational management. The projectwill also facilitate in advancing theprograms and activities of thewomen organizations. This project will also work to increase theengagement and support of family members and communitystakeholders to the project. There will be valueformation sessions ongender-sensitive family relationship along with other family members.Dialogues with other community members, religious leaders and localauthorities will be strengthened to come-up joint resolutions andcollective actions with the rightsholder group.

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