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Provincial Coordinator
Iloilo

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Mayeng's Secret

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Maria Nebla or Mayeng, the current regional coordinator of the PATAMABA in the Visayan islands, used to make handicrafts made of native weaving materials.When the market for these disappeared because of cheap competition from abroad, she went into making meat dumplings and selling dried fish.She also became a daycare worker, and by undergoing various training provided by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), she learned many food processing skills which she used to teach others as a DSWD regional trainer, and which she is now teaching to PATAMABA members all over the region.

Mayeng became a member of PATAMABA more than ten years ago, when PATAMABA organizers paid a visit to her hometown, Sta.Barbara, Iloilo.Because of her industry, commitment, inspiring and disciplined example, she was elected barangay coordinator in 1992, provincial coordinator of Iloilo in 1994, and Region VI coordinator in1995, overseeing some 3, 333 members.From the small village of Sta.


HOMENET SouthEast Asia

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Maria S. Nebla Coordinator, PATAMABA Region 6

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Maria Nebla, who is the National Coordinator for this chapter, also sits in the Municipal Council of Sta. Barbara as representative of all non-government organizations (NGOs).
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Towards this end, Maria, the regional coordinator, attended the ILO/DANIDA sponsored Training of Trainors (TOT) on business management ran by the PATAMABA National Council in August 2001. She was instrumental in having a similar TOT held in Iloilo for Region VI participants afterwards.


HOMENET SouthEast Asia

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PATAMABA/Homenet Philippines Region 6 Coordinator, Maria Nebla demonstrated the organization's capacity to make a small microfinance fund grow and to use it well through a program that was meant to address the need for alternative livelihood as well as social protection in lieu of dwindling resources and lack of opportunities ("Infusing New Ways Into Time-Tested Practices: An Integrated Approach to Microfinance").


Homenet Philippines

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MARIA S. NEBLA

Service Sector


Homenet Philippines

www.homenetseasia.org [cached]

Maria Nebla or Mayeng, the current regional coordinator of the PATAMABA in the Visayan islands, used to make handicrafts made of native weaving materials. When the market for these disappeared because of cheap competition from abroad, she went into making meat dumplings and selling dried fish. She also became a daycare worker, and by undergoing various training provided by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), she learned many food processing skills which she used to teach others as a DSWD regional trainer, and which she is now teaching to PATAMABA members all over the region.

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