Katilingban Sa Kalambuang, Inc. (KKI) provided Gardening Tools to Barangay Sinubong last January of year 2017 as its Logistical Support. One year later, KKI monitors the movement of the vegetable garden dubbed as “Bahay Kubo” of the Barangay. The garden tools, as a logistical support, helps the Farmers Sector to cultivate its planted vegetables. Last March 7, KKI conducted a monitoring and evaluation on how are the garden tools utilized which was just in time for the harvesting of the Bell Pepper. The Logistical Support is a program support under the Convenio 2 Program supported by the Spanish Cooperation for International Government Agency (AECID) and Manos Unidas through ZABIDA. (Sossimo Eyas Jr., RSW)
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ZABIDA welcomes the New Year through a 4-day Annual Operations Planning (AOP) Activity together with its member-organizations Nagdilaab Foundation, Inc., Reach-Out to Others Foundation Inc., Katilingban Sa Kalambuang Organization, Inc., and Peace Advocates Zamboanga Foundation Inc., last January 9 to 12 of this year.
With the trends to development constantly changing and both natural and man-made disasters still unpredictable, the Regional Program Management Office of ZABIDA, through the President, Fr. Angel C. Calvo, CMF, and Executive Director, Esperancita Hupida, the Program Coordinators and Staff were made to understand the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 Agenda to serve as a guide towards the future Project Implementations.
This year 2018, the Convenio Project, supported by the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) and Manos Unidas in Spain, is on its 4th year. The AOP is an opportunity for ZABIDA to re-evaluate and strengthen its strategies in addressing the 4 components under the project which are Participatory Governance, Peace Advocacy, Human Rights and Environment. (Deorenzie Frances Carreon/ZABIDA)
Kinaiyahan Eco-Village, a housing project of ZABIDA through the Katilingban Sa Kalambuan, Inc. supported by the Convenio 2 Project of the Spanish Cooperation (AECID), is now the new home of 80 families from the verious Urban Poor Associations in Zamboanga City.
ZABIDA through Katilingban Sa Kalambuan Inc. (KKI) inaugurates its 4th Housing Project which is supported by the Spanish Cooperation (AECID) through Manos Unidas. The village will be housed by 80 families coming from different Urban Poor Associations and that are members of PAKAZA in Zamboanga City.
These 80 Families worked together to build their new homes that solely promotes Community Empowerment. Mr. Eliseo Taub, President of the Kinaiyahan Eco-village Home Owners Association expressed in his message that they are very grateful for the opportunity given to them to work for their now new homes and he as president is looking forward to creating a better community with its fellow members. He also said that he is beyond happy that all of the 80 families of the village is starting year 2018 with a new beginning in their new homes.
Barangay Chairperson Hon. Pilarica Ledesma, in her message, expressed that as Baranggay Sinunuc is getting bigger in population, she reminded the new members to be cooperate and participate in Barangay activities such as that of the Solid Waste Management. She also invited the home owners to process their record in the Barangay to avail benefits and easier request of documentation in the future.
Also present during the event was Manos Unidas Country Coordinator to the Philippines, Ms. Jessica del Olmo, ROOF President, Dr. Grace J Rebollos, ZABIDA Executive Director, Ms. Esperancita Hupida and ZABIDA President, Fr. Angel C. Calvo, Comission on Human Rights, Task Force Zamboanga and the Philippine National Police.
Fr. Angel C. Calvo, in his talk, put emphasis on the responsibility as individuals and as members of the community. He also expressed how he is looking forward to see the development of every family in the Kinaiyahan Eco-Village in the future.
Later on that afternoon, a launching of the book entitled “Scissors, Papers, Water, Stones”, written by Maria Frencie Carreon, which evolves around stories of migrants to Zamboanga City for the past 2-3 decades and that of the Home Owners of all the Katilingban Housing. The Inauguration took place at the Kinaiyahan Eco-village, Barangay Sinunuc Zamboanga City, 20 December 2017. (Deorenzie Frances/ZABIDA)