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People are the heart and soul of Samdhana programmes. Working closely together with IPLCs, we empower individuals and groups to tell their story. By supporting traditional knowledge with modern practices, we are working in unison to achieve sustainable development and make these voices heard. 


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Finding Common Ground Amidst Diversity: The Subanen Youth Camp in Midsalip, Zamboanga del Sur

Youth Noken Philippines 2022


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The Dream Weavers of San Rafael

Nurturing Connections through 20@20 Tree Growing and Fundraising

Collaboration to Protect and Strengthen Indigenous Institutions in Tambrauw Regency

Conversations with the Memeritan of Southern Bukidnon


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Reviving traditional food systems among the Higaonon and Tagbanwa

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Loss and Damage: Perspectives from Southeast Asia

The Badjao Indigenous Peoples in Surigao City: Forever an Eyesore?


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“Continue What We Have Started”: Meet the Papuan Youth Group Reviving their Heritage

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Green Butter Tengkawang from Pikul Pangajid Forest

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Pasca HPH, Bagaimana Hutan Biak akan Dikelola?

Saya hanya bisa tertegun ketika menapak jalan-jalan besar yang membelah kawasan hutan. Ada puluhan ruas yang tidak resmi telah tercipta, bagaikan urat tak beraturan, mengacak-ngacak tutupan hijau… -- Read More..