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3rd QUARTER MONITORING VISIT TO DAVAO/MINDANAO FARMERS

October 13, 2015 · 

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For the 3rd quarter of 2015, Mr. Donard Angeles- PREDA Pro Fair Trade Producer’s Development Officer conducted monitoring visit to Davao mango growers last September 22-25, 2015. On the 23rd of September Martin Moritz of El Puente joined the visit. Among the activities conducted are the following: a. ORIENTATION ON WFTO and FAIR TRADE PRINCIPLES […]

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EXPERIENCED SEX TOURIST TO THE PHILIPPINES RESPONDS YOUTUBE “TO THE RAID”

October 3, 2015 · 

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This kind of American raid is extremely rare. Basically, this guy won the jackpot statistically speaking . He was dumb enough to brag about his underage sexploites to guys he didn’t even know . That’s a huge no no. If a bar owner is really doing that kind of thing , he needs to stay […]

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What the Pope Has to Say

September 21, 2015 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

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What the Pope Has to Say Fr. Shay Cullen, mssc The meeting I was privileged to have with Pope Francis in the Vatican last Thursday, 17 September was at the conclusion of five days of discussions and presentations on the condition of street children and women and the issues of child abuse, prostitution, human trafficking, […]

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A meeting with Pope Francis

September 18, 2015 ·  By Preda News

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A meeting with Pope Francis Fr. Shay Cullen 18 September 2015 It was a day to remember meeting Pope Francis in the Vatican audience hall last Thursday, 17 September 2015. He is a pope like no other in his simplicity of life and would be more comfortable sitting on a bus in Buenos Aires or […]

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Columban Missionaries Offer ‘Concrete Hope’ in the Face of Refugee Crisis in Europe

September 16, 2015 · 

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HONG KONG. Columban missionaries around the world are heartbroken and outraged by the ongoing humanitarian crisis facing Europe in the waves of refugees coming from the Middle East and Africa. “Pope Francis urges us to offer ‘concrete hope’,” said Columban Superior General, Fr. Kevin O’Neill. “For Columban missionaries, this means welcoming the stranger in our […]

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Organic training and planting with Aeta Indigenous people with Misereor

September 3, 2015 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

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Organic training and planting with Aeta Indigenous people with Misereor . Introduction and extracts by Father Shay Cullen Filipino and international volunteers have traveled to the villages of the Aeta Indigenous people in the past 18 months with Preda Fairtrade staff and agriculturists and community workers. They joined in the planting of crops, trees like […]

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A judge speaks on Philippine injustices

August 30, 2015 · 

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A human rights advocate, a prominent retired judge and well known US Attorney Frederick Norton has written a challenging reflection on Philippine injustice and the wrongful imprisonment of children and victims of alleged frame up and police and extortion. He is familiar with the heart wrenching images and harsh cruel realities of children held in […]

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Preda Anti-Trafficking Advocates visit Japan.

August 29, 2015 · 

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Preda children’s right and anti-trafficking campaigners took their campaign to Japan this August to the annual camp out for young people at The Take Action Academy Camp 2015 . They were sponsored by Free the Children Japan. The two advocates are Marlyn Capio-Richter,Preda Social worker and paralegal officer and Glean Victoria, both are brave courageous […]

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Aetas’ lament: We’re aliens in our own land

August 11, 2015 ·  By PREDA Foundation Inc.

An Aeta Family  helped by the Preda Foundation in Zambales.

SAPANG UWAK, Porac, Pampanga—Edward Serrano struck two rocks together and wrapped the faint spark in wood shavings, building a fire in much the same way Stone Age man must have done two million years ago. The short, Afro-haired jungle survival instructor is an Aeta, from one of the most unique ethnolinguistic peoples of the Philippines, […]

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A second Weimar human rights award for the Philippines

August 10, 2015 ·  By PREDA Foundation Inc.

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A second Weimar human rights award for the Philippines 10 August 2015 Sr. Stella Matutina a Filipino nun and human rights activist in Mindanao has been awarded the prestigious Human Rights Award of the German City of Weimar for her word defending the rights of Indigenous people and poor farmers and fishing folk against the […]

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