Malaybalay’s Social Action Center pilots 2 villages in leadership drive

MALAYBALAY CITY – (Bukidnon News Dispatch/07 October) To address poverty and lack of livelihood opportunities at the village level, the church has to do its role in social action. In Bukidnon, the Diocese of Malaybalay has changed tack. Before organizing livelihood projects, they are now engaging the communities in a community leadership drive using ‘model villages’. Continue reading

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[Updated] Impasugong proposed as Bukidnon’s tribal capital

MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News Dispatch/25 September) – Impasugong, Bukidnon’s
134-year old town has been proposed to be declared as the tribal
capital of the province.

Provincial Board member Nemesio Beltran Jr. said the proposal is now
in the hands of four committees of the board.

Established in 1877, Impasugong has been able to preserve its cultural
heritage and ethnic identity, Beltran added.

According to Mindanao historian Rudy B. Rodil, Impasugong is one of
only four Bukidnon towns where the majority of the inhabitants are
Lumads or indigenous peoples. Seven other towns in Mindanao are also
predominantly Lumads. Continue reading

SP eyes Impasug-ong as Bukidnon’s tribal capital

MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News Dispatch/22 Sept.) – Majority of the
members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan are proposing an ordinance
declaring the town of Impasug-ong as Bukidnon’s tribal capital.

Eight members of the 14-member provincial board have sponsored the
proposed ordinance, Nemesio Beltran Jr., one of the proponents, said. Continue reading