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Benjamin David Abadiano

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Assisi Development Foundation

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PDAP Officers and Staff

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Mr. Benjamin Abadiano
Trustee Assisi Development Foundation, Inc. (ADFI)


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ZEP2030 will be represented by Mr. Ben Abadiano, President of Assisi Development Foundation (ZEP2030 lead convenor) who will provide updates on the collective impact that the movement wants to achieve towards the attainment of the sustainable development goals by the Year 2030.


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Benjamin D. Abadiano
Cartwheel Benjamin D. Abadiano Vice President Benjamin Abadiano is presently the President of Assisi Development Foundation. A Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Emergent Leadership (2004), he has had over twenty years of experience in social development work, including 6 years in peace building initiatives. He established an Integrated Development Program for the indigenous communities in Mindoro and Mindanao and developed alternative and culture-based educational programs (elementary, secondary, and tertiary) for indigenous peoples all over the . Mr. Abadiano is the founder of two unique schools committed to bringing education that is culturally appropriate and relevant to indigenous youth: TUGDAAN Center for Human and Environmental Development in Mindoro in 1988 and PAMULAAN Center for Indigenous Peoples Education in Davao in 2006. Apart from his dedication to indigenous peoples' education and training, he has also been involved in rehabilitation and peace advocacy for war affected communities, assisting 72 tri-people communities in Mindanao in establishing "Peace Sanctuaries". He also founded the ILAWAN Center for Peace and Sustainable Development. His other awards include the Fr. William Masterson, S.J. Award for Peace and Development (2005), Outstanding Literacy Program for the Indigenous Peoples and Outstanding Literacy Worker by DECS (1992). Publications he has helmed include "Panaw sa Kalinaw", "Kalamayan" (Mangyan-Tagalog Dictionary), "Bistoy Te" (Manual for Indigenous Peoples Education Program).


Cartwheel

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Benjamin D. Abadiano
Cartwheel Benjamin D. Abadiano Benjamin Abadiano is presently the President of Assisi Development Foundation. A Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Emergent Leadership (2004), he has had over twenty years of experience in social development work, including 6 years in peace building initiatives. He established an Integrated Development Program for the indigenous communities in Mindoro and Mindanao and developed alternative and culture-based educational programs (elementary, secondary, and tertiary) for indigenous peoples all over the Philippines. Mr. Abadiano is the founder of two unique schools committed to bringing education that is culturally appropriate and relevant to indigenous youth: TUGDAAN Center for Human and Environmental Development in Mindoro in 1988 and PAMULAAN Center for Indigenous Peoples Education in Davao in 2006. Apart from his dedication to indigenous peoples' education and training, he has also been involved in rehabilitation and peace advocacy for war affected communities, assisting 72 tri-people communities in Mindanao in establishing "Peace Sanctuaries". He also founded the ILAWAN Center for Peace and Sustainable Development. His other awards include the Fr. William Masterson, S.J. Award for Peace and Development (2005), Outstanding Literacy Program for the Indigenous Peoples and Outstanding Literacy Worker by DECS (1992). Publications he has helmed include "Panaw sa Kalinaw", "Kalamayan" (Mangyan-Tagalog Dictionary), "Bistoy Te" (Manual for Indigenous Peoples Education Program).


Blogs | EarthRights International

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The class was facilitated by Mr. Benjamin D. Abadiano, a young hero for indigenous people in the Philippines and the president of the Assisi Development Foundation.
According to his presentations during the class, the Assisi Foundation is helping hundreds of thousands of people adversely affected by the Philippines' civil war to return home and rehabilitate their lives. Before he worked with the Assisi Foundation, he was working with poor communities in the Philippines, helping them establish community learning centers for young indigenous people. Currently, his community learning centers provide educational opportunities for hundreds of young indigenous people. Read more >


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