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Working for peace and solidarity in our community.

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12 Members

Traditions: Islam, Christian Catholic, Roman , Christian Seventh Day Adventist  See All

Action Area: Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation, Policy Advocacy

Region: Southeast Asia and the Pacific

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Pakigdait, Incorporated CC is an interfaith grassroots peacebuilding organization founded and organized in 2001. They envision a society where reconciliation reigns in the heart of every individual and is practiced in their homes and communities. They aim to enhance the capacity of individuals, groups, and communities to transform conflict towards constructive change. Pakigdait conducts interfaith dialogue among Muslim and Christian leaders, and this has paved the way for the creation of the ad-hoc Municipal Inter-Faith Council (MIFC) composed of an equal number of Christian and Muslim representatives. Pakigdait was recognized as the best non-government organization in the Philippines during the year 2007 by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (First Infantry TABAK Division).

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Our dream is to promote unity, trust and confidence among Muslims and Christians.

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Contact:
Musa Sanguila

Address:
#18 Narra Street, San Miguel Village
Palao, Iligan City
9200
Philippines

Phone:
(63) 63 492 3103

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September 22, 2010 11:23 AM

Interfaith Grassroots Peace Builder Commemorates International Day of Peace with Local and International Peace Makers

PHOTO: From left to right are Rosmary Kabaki, Catherine Lally both from the Non Violent Peaceforce, Casmir Saracan Mackno a Secretary of Barangay Baraason, Kauswagan Lanao del Norte, Pakigdait Inc. director Musa Mohamad Sanguila, Slabe Sennay of Non violent peaceforce, Mr. Assadik Alfitouri of Libyan contingent as International Monitoring Team for the GRP-MILF Peace talk, Col. Cresente Ferrer, Commander of the 601st Brigade of the Philippine Army, Capt. James Upson U.S. Military Advisory Group and last Jane Bernardo, Chairperson of the Civil Society Organization Forum for Peace

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