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Aleijn Reintegrado

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Aleijn Reintegrado
“What transpired at the Young Women's Caucus was not a one-way lecture but a dynamic discussion and exchange of ideas among participants who come from different social sectors..
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Ayessa Nilong

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Ayessa Nilong
“The Young Women’s Caucus was a timely and essential platform to bring together young women from various backgrounds--from students to young professionals--to look at crucial issues that need to be focused on..
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Ramada Jose

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Ramada Jose was one of the thousands of people who were displaced during the Zamboanga siege that destroyed more than 10,000 homes in 2013. Until now, she is living with the IDPs (internally displaced people) in Zamboanga. She was devastated by how t...
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Kerma Hji Abdulla

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Kerma Hji Abdulla, one of the participants of the Political Participation Training conducted by WAGI, won the recently concluded local elections held on May 2016. She won as councilor in the Municipality of Tongkil, Sulu. She said, “my knowledge on ...
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Kaleena Santillan

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Kaleena Santillan
I had a hard time settling into the college buzz since it was my first time to shift schools. A few months after I stepped into another chapter of my life, I also found another home. WAGI has shaped me to be a strong woman and has enriched skills tha...
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Jjam Silvestre

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Jjam Silvestre
WAGI treat their volunteers as a family.  I always feel comfortable and at home with them. They are a big part of and a positive influence in my life. I gained valuable knowledge and experience from being a volunteer at WAGI that I can use in my futu...
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Camille Sta. Maria

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Camille Sta. Maria
WAGI has enabled me to become a strong and independent woman (no matter how cliché it sounds). Because of this organization, I learned how important it is to pursue my advocacy - for women's rights; and it also introduced me to the world of volun...
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