ADSDPP INTERFACING AND PLANNING STAGE OF Tboli, Manobo-Tasaday and Manobo-Blit ICCs/IPs

The NCIP Region XII is undeniably proud to be partnered with the Tboli, Manobo-Tasaday and Manobo-Blit ICCs/IPs on the formulation of Ancestral Domain Sustainable Development and Protection Plan (ADSDPP) for TASADAY Ancestral Domain located in the portions of Barangay Ned, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato.

It was on October 1-4, 2019 when the Technical and Community Working Group continued the next phase (Planning Stage) of the ADSDPP formulation which was conducted in the Barangay Gymnasium of Barangay Ned, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato.

The Planning Phase was conducted to capture the ICCs/IPs collective mission, general objectives or long-term goals and priority concerns as embodied in the IP/AD development framework plan. This shall be the basis for the interfacing and harmonization of the IP Development Framework with partner agencies policies/plans, projects/rules and regulations in order to come-up with a list of programs/projects that shall address the identified problems and needs of the community.

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LIST OF VACANT POSITION

Interview on October 7, 2019 at exactly 9:00 in the morning

at NCIP REGIONAL OFFICE XII, Jayven Bldg., Gensan Drive Cor. Posadas St. Koronadal City

 

Job Posting

 

 

Review of Formulated ADSDPP, Assessment of ADSDPP Implementation

Evaluation of 2017 Performance Including Implementation of 2016 PAPs Indicated in the Catch-Up Plan The NCIP Regional Office conducted this activity per Province for a better performance of the employee headed by RD Woy Lim P. Wong and Chief, TMSD Joey L. Bogay. This activity was participated by all NCIP Region 12 Employees and was conducted last January 9-12, 2018.

Packaging of Food Supplies to be Distributed for ICCs/IPs recently affected by armed conflict in Sition Datal Bong Langon, Barangay Ned, Lake Sebu

2016 Socio-Economic Project Monitoring

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Turn-Over Program for Bla’an Tribe

Turn-over of Tabi’h Weaving and Albung Making Project for Bla’an Tribe of Brgy. Danleg, Tampakan, South Cotabato, last June 16, 2017

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7th Tree Growing Festival 2017

NCIP XII participated in Tree Growing Festival by Koronadal City Government within the Bla’an CADT (MALBAL CADT), at Sitio Datal Fitak, Brgy Assumption, Koronadal City dated June 29, 2017

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Retooling of NCIP Field Personnel

Re: IPRA, CADT, ADSDPP and Culture Sensitivity, Participated by the TAA I, TAA II and CAO I, held at Lake Agco, Ilomavis, Kidapawan City last June 19-23, 2017

 

ADSDPP Formulation: DATA GATHERING STAGE

Participated by the Manobo-Dulangan Elders, Leaders, Women and Youth from Senator Ninoy Aquino, Sultan Kudarat, last April 18-21, 2017

IP Gender and Championing & Treaty Obligations  with Training on Mountaineering Strategies

Participated by Provincial Officers CDOs, EAP Focal Persons and EAP Scholars held at Agco Mahomanoy, Ilomavis, Kidapawan City last March 28-31, 2017

NCIP Region XII Vacant Position

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:For those who are willing to apply, you may personally submit your application at NCIP Regional Office located at Jayven Bldg., Gensan Drive., Cor. Posadas St., Koronadal City, South Cotabato, or you may email at region12ncip@gmail.com

 

1st Mindanao Ethnographic Sportsfest held at Butuan City

last January 26-27, 2017

NCIP Region XII Vacant Position

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Bulletin of Vacant Positions in the Government

Vacant Position

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:For those who are willing to apply, you may personally submit your application at NCIP Regional Office located at Jayven Bldg., Gensan Drive., Cor. Posadas St., Koronadal City, South Cotabato, or you may email at region12ncip@gmail.com.

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NCIP XII – DSWD-FO XII PARTNERSHIP to the “RICE ASSISTANCE FOR THE EL NIÑO-AFFECTED INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (IP) FAMILIES IN REGION XII” thru MOA Signing between Regional Directors  JOEY L. BOGAY, MPA and BAI ZORAIDA T. TAHA 

April 26, 2016

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Celebrating 18th Year of IPRA

Lupaing Ninuno Kilalanin at Igalang sa Pagbabago ng Kalikasan, Katutubong Kaalaman at Kasanayan ay Pagyamanin at Isabuhay”

NCIP Region XII celebrates the 18th year of IPRA on October 28 -29, 2015 with the theme: “Lupaing Ninuno Kilalanin at Igalang sa Pagbabago ng Kalikasan, Katutubong Kaalaman at Kasanayan ay Pagyamanin at Isabuhay” held at the Municipal Gymnasium of Tupi, South Cotabato hosted by South Cotabato Provincial IPMR, Hon. EDGAR SAMBOG with City, Municipal and Barangay IPMRs  in collaboration with the Local Chief Executive of Tupi, Hon. MAYOR TAMAYO.

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THE ACTIVITIES:

1st day – October 28, 2015

  • The celebration opened by a motorcade from NCIP Regional Office, Koronadal City to Tupi Gym (about 30 mins.travel), attended by around 400 IP leaders/elders, IP women, IP youth and IPMRs from different tribes of Region XII.
  • Heading the motorcade is the Land Transportation Office’ Officers….

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Welcomed by Provincial IPMR of South Cotabato Fulong Edgar Sambog

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Message by RD Joey L. Bogay

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Presentation of different songs, dances, chanting & musical instruments performed by different tribes of region XII .

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October 29, 2015 – the 2nd day of celebration was opened by a ritual performed by the Blaan in front of Tupi Gymnasium, Tupi. South Cotabato the venue of the festivity..

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With Guest:

Hon. Reynaldo Tamayo, Chief Executive, Tupi, South Cotabato

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Hon. Daisy Avance Fuentes, Governor, South Cotabato

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Hon. Nancy Catamco, Representative, 2nd District Cotabato Province

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Hon. Jose Panganiban, Congreesman, ANAC-IP Party list

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And with the untiring support of Bo-I Era C. España, Commissioner for Central Mindanao.

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THE PARTICIPANTS:

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2nd Mindanao Cluster Conference

November 14-16, 2015

Mt. Sabrina Panoramic View and Resort, Tambler General Santos City

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Certificate of Accreditation

Philippine Association For Intercultural Development, Inc. (PAFID)
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Training on ASSESSMENT/INVENTORY ON FOREST RESOURCE OF THE ANCESTRAL DOMAIN 

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Training in GENDER CHAMPIONING ADVOCACY AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRENGTHENING

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17th Year of IPRA Celebration

(ICON, IPRA HOUR and NCIP XII Sportsfest)

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THE NEW NCIP REGION 12 OIC-REGIONAL DIRECTOR

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REPUBLIC ACT 8371: A SOCIO-LEGAL INNOVATION

The Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA) was signed into law on October 29, 1997 by then President Fidel V. Ramos. It was hailed as landmark legislation by government, civil society and international community. The Bill that came to be known as IPRA took 10 years to pass Congress, from 1987 until 1997. It underwent innovative indigenous property concepts enshrined in the 1987 Constitution. Finally, the legislative measure authored by Senator Juan M. Flavier in 1995 withstood the numerous popular consultation, legislative deliberations, plus a decade of consolidated bills related to ancestral domain and lands. In the process, the Philippines was commended by the United Nations and International IP advocates for accomplishing the legal breakthrough, the first for any State, during the International Decade of Indigenous Peoples (1995-2004)

Republic Act No. 8371 was enacted to recognize, protect, and promote the rights of indigenous cultural communities/indigenous peoples and to create  the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples, as well as to establish implementing mechanisms and appropriate funds for these purposes. It is the embodiment of the rights and aspiration of Indigenous Peoples which are as follows:

  • Rights to Ancestral Domains/Ancestral Lands –  covers the rights of ownership and possession of ICCs/IPs to their ancestral domains shall be recognized and protected.

  • Rights to Self-Governance and Empowerment – recognizes the inherent right of ICCs/IPs to Self-governance and self-determination and respects the integrity of their values, practices and institutions. Consequently, the state shall guarantee the right of ICCs/IPs freely pursue thier economic, social and cultural development
  • Social Justice and Human Rights – ensures that the employment of any form or coercion against ICCs/IPs shall be dealt with by law.
  • Cultural Integrity – includes respect, recognition and protection of ICCs/IPs to preserve and protect their culture, traditions and institutions. It shall consider these rights in the formulation and application of national plans and policies.

The advent of the IPRA Law has overshadowed speculations and unfounded doubts that the tribal peoples and communities in the Philippines are abandoned or neglected and that they are only meant to exist outside the periphery of development, much less a part of national life. IPs are randomly distributed all over the archipelago and are beginning to exercise their rights under IPRA

Considering the heavy focus on community empowerment and upland development by the administration of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, also an IPRA co-author, the IPs are transformed into major players and partners in nation development. The government has allocated scarce resources for ancestral domain delineation and basic social services. The Donor Community has pledged to extend financial aid for livelihood and community empowerment on a need driven basis. Meanwhile, IPs/ICCs, have started to assess local resources as their counterpart in holistic development initiatives, in several cases, in partnership with local government units and civil society. These trends signal that IPRA implementation would be a tremendous, long-term collective endeavor in the context of cultural integrity.

Mandate/Vision/Mission

Mandate

The NCIP shall protect and promote the interest and well-being of the ICCs/IPs with due regard to their beliefs, customs, traditions and institutions.

Vision
As enabling partner and lead advocate, the NCIP envisions genuinely empowered Indigenous Cultural Communities/Indigenous Peoples (ICCs/IPs) whose rights and multi-dimensional well-being are fully recognized, respected and promoted towards the attainment of national unity and development.

 Mission
The NCIP is the primary government agency that formulates and implements policies, plans and programs for the recognition, promotion and protection of the rights and well-being of IPs with due regard to their ancestral domains and lands, self-governance and empowerment, social justice and human rights, and cultural integrity.

ETHNOGRAPHIC MAP

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PHILIPPINE REGIONAL IP POPULATION

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ETHNOLIGUISTIC GROUPS

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EAP Aptitude Exam Schedule

Every 2nd Sunday of November

FOUR PROVINCES OF CENTRAL MINDANAO

North Cotobato

North Cotobato is a province with diverse, ethnic groups. It is a wildlife haven with places such as New Israel, known for its tame monkeys, Pisan Cave, which has a variety of bats and snakes, and Flortam Hot Spring, dubbed the ‘Fountain of Youth’ for its healing powers. Kidapawan City and Magpet are the starting points for climbers of Mt. Apo. Remnants of an old Spanish fort can be found in Pikit.

South Cotobato

South Cotobato is the home province of the T’boli tribe, who are known for their colorful costumes, intricate beadwork, woven baskets, and traditional brass ornaments. Lake Sebu, which is surrounded by rolling hills and waterfalls, is the site of the Lemlunay Cultural Festival every last week of November, and Lake Maughan is the source of 5 big rivers, and is abundant with flora and fauna, including the rare Tigris Butterfly. Mt. Matutum, located in the countryside, is a haven for climbers and trekkers. Waterfalls include Lumabat, Lumakot, Matamos and Narcon.

Sarangani

Sarangani’s main attraction is the Sarangani Island which consists of blue lagoons, white sand beaches and tropical rain forest. Other beaches include Siguel and Gumasa, which has been compared to Boracay for its powdery, white sand. Another natural site is the Ayub Caves, where prehistoric pottery were discovered. Tampat is the site of a shrine and ancient tombs of the ruling Sultanates of Maguindanao.

Sultan Kudarat

Sultan Kudarat, named after the great ruler of Mindanao and Sulu during the 17th Century, is a big producer of food, especially fruits and vegetables. The people consists of Maguindanoans, Tirurays, Hiligaynons, Ilocanos and Cebuanos. Natural attractions include Marquez and Columbio Hot Springs, Lebak Caves, Buluan Lake, and Lebak and Kalamansig Beaches. The Waling-Waling Orchid can also be found in Sultan Kudarat.

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