People’s organizations pursue social enterprise; crafted business plans
IDPs host culmination program after completing educational, psychosocial interventions
5-day culture of peace training for community leaders held
Two market hubs constructed for local entrepreneurs
WASH facilities benefited 102 households

WASH facilities benefited 102 households

Referral systems taught to community leaders to immediately protect victims
Community conflict mediators, disaster managers & rights advocates organized in Lanao Sur
In perseverance, Maranao women finally forms tailoring cooperative
105 children in Lanao Sur completed early childhood education with Caritas-Australia’s support
Community fora on peace and security; anti-violent extremism held
Youths interfaith dialogues for social cohesion bare mind shift
Several workshops conducted for IDPs to deliver Marawi Response Project
Seventy youths attend community immersion, interfaith camp
Increasing social services delivery & child rights protection in five towns needed
Repairing the invisible part of Marawi siege’s destruction (2nd part)
Repairing the invisible part of Marawi siege’s destruction (1st part)
Youth camp, forum to counter violent extremism & produce peace agenda
Interfaith dialogues continue to see Marawi rebuilt
Peace is possible thru dialogues, conflict resolution, and respect on land rights
40 farmers held educational trip in MisOr and Bukidnon
Farmers Field School increases Marawi’s IDPs knowledge on crop protection; rice-planting technique
Community leaders attend conflict resolution workshop
Free medical mission benefit eight clusters of IDP communities in Marawi
Sample health, hygiene products from prior training with DOST exhibited
DOST turned-over agri machines to support livelihood for Marawi IDPs
Reducing internally displaced peoples’ vulnerability
Community leaders underwent monitoring, documentation and networking seminar
Plebiscite was over, “yes” won, and here’s what we’ve done
BARMM law educ for 20 community facilitators conducted
Conflict mapping analyses used in eight brgys for peacekeeping
OTR, OBAERA attend training on business marketing, strategies
20 community leaders from Lanao Sur attend dispute resolution training
Health, sanitation facilities constructed for 1,713 displaced families
A 100 Maranao women for lingering trauma, mental health care
Marawi evacuees attend organic agri training

Marawi evacuees attend organic agri training

Community participatory planning in 12 brgys of Lanao Sur completed
CSOs in Lanao Sur hold forum on transitional justice
Young learners’ progress evaluated

Young learners’ progress evaluated

High school admins, ulamah create network vs violent extremism
Evacuees receive cash, livelihood assistance

Evacuees receive cash, livelihood assistance

MARADECA, UNCHR profile IDPs in three host towns

MARADECA, UNCHR profile IDPs in three host towns

Beneficiaries in 36 brgys prioritize livelihood, needs for support
Parents in two towns attend child rights, protection training
Internally displaced children from Marawi undergo psychosocial sessions
25 IDP youths attend 5-day training for online virtual assistants
Survey on social cohesion conducted in 7 Lanao areas
DepEd, UNDP use solar to power multimedia classrooms in Lanao Sur
MARADECA Inc. partners Sun Life in humanitarian initiatives
Stakeholders examine security situations in 3 Lanao Sur towns
Statement of Commitment: Marawi Reconstruction Conflict Watch
Farmers hold ToT on entrepreneurship & business management
Humanizing IDPs lives: partition walls & shelter kits given to families in diaspora
Community orgs set long term plans

Community orgs set long term plans

IDPs get hygiene, sanitation sessions to reduce health risks
“Refresher course” training for educators in disadvantaged communities held
Women and child friendly spaces for IDPs constructed
Community working groups to monitor PAMANA implementation
Two towns in Lanao Sur complete CAP-Roll Out; assess needs & issues
Cash assistance given to Typhoon Vinta survivors in nine Lanao towns
35 internally displaced persons from Marawi attend organic agriculture training
50 children moved up after pre-school

50 children moved up after pre-school

Baloi barangay officers, IDP leaders hold dialogue on wastes disposal
Documentary stories relating survivors’ valor during Marawi siege shown
Maranao villagers learn basic healthcare

Maranao villagers learn basic healthcare

Typhoon Vinta survivors in Lanao Sur receive humanitarian reliefs
“Photos have transformative power of storytelling, too.”
Saguiaran school receive 150 new chairs

Saguiaran school receive 150 new chairs

Paint for Peace: Marawi IDPs to hold art exhibit at Art Portal
Women’s quest: journeying back to self for peace
Maranao youths plant trees; urged to protect ecology
Organic Agriculture introduced in 5 towns of LaSur

Organic Agriculture introduced in 5 towns of LaSur

A Development Worker’s Thoughts on Marawi

A Development Worker’s Thoughts on Marawi

MARADECA holds Seminar workshop on Extremism

MARADECA holds Seminar workshop on Extremism

MARADECA and PBSP Distribute Kitchen Utensils to Home-Based Evacuees
MARADECA distributes Hygiene and Water Kits to the affected IDPs in Saguiran, Marantao and Piagapo Marawi City
“Parents: The frontliner in shaping their children’s behavior”
Lanao Del Sur villages receive water filtration units from Lutheran World Relief
Facilitators Training for Muslim and Non-Muslim Tribes
Facilitator’s Training on Psychosocial Support Services and Peace Building
Cassava-based product development for food production
Joint RD Foundation-MARADECA Humanitarian Mission

Joint RD Foundation-MARADECA Humanitarian Mission

Psychosocial Debriefing session to IDPs

Psychosocial Debriefing session to IDPs

NGCP Partners with MARADECA

NGCP Partners with MARADECA

Remarkable anecdotes of IDPs in MARADECA’s PSS activity
The Unconditional Cash Transfer Program: Access to a range of food and other needs for survival and dignity while displaced
The DAR-IARCSDP Project

The DAR-IARCSDP Project

How IDPs coped with Ramadhan in the evacuation centers
MARADECA facilitates Early Childhood Education training
Youth Camp Urges Youth Leaders to Unite and Promote Peace in Mindanao
Community members and MARADECA assist IDPs in evacuation camp clean up
MARADECA-CRS distributes water and hygiene kits to two IDP camps
Maranao farmers attend agricultural enhancement training
MARADECA  reaches  out to save lives

MARADECA reaches out to save lives

Civil society groups complete CDA seminar

Civil society groups complete CDA seminar

Building Peace in Mindanao with CRS

Building Peace in Mindanao with CRS

CRS distributes relief supplies to IDPs through MARADECA
Plight of IDPs in the Marawi crisis addressed by NGOs
BRAC Learning Center Recognition Day Activities in LaSur
The DAR-IARCSDP Project

The DAR-IARCSDP Project

MARADECA Organizes Training on Climate Change Adaptation with DAR-IARCDSP
Peace and Conflict Mapping Analysis

Peace and Conflict Mapping Analysis

Seeds for Income Seeds for Long-term Livelihood

Seeds for Income Seeds for Long-term Livelihood

PO’s get training on simple bookkeeping, recording

PO’s get training on simple bookkeeping, recording

Lanao del Sur farmers train on new rice and corn farm techniques
MARADECA assists People’s Organizations finalize their legal and organizational status
La Sur organizations spearhead Maradeca Management Training
MARADECA establishes partnership with Italian Program
Adult learners experience literacy for all

Adult learners experience literacy for all

An unforgettable event of talents and fun galore at BRAC-ADM Project Closing Program
MARADECA – BRAC Schools Spotlight on Nutrition

MARADECA – BRAC Schools Spotlight on Nutrition

Rural Women Introduced to Early Childhood Education

Rural Women Introduced to Early Childhood Education

Biases, prejudices noted in Interfaith Dialogue in Marawi City
Understanding the Self (A Move towards Peacebuilding)
Volunteers train on psychosocial interventions for women and children
Peace Education brings out experience sharing among participants
Therapy sessions relieve fears, trauma of residents in conflict areas
Provincial conversation on the Bangsamoro  Peace Process
WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY:  “Green Economy, Does it include you?”
MARADECA trains Lanao residents to segregate trash

MARADECA trains Lanao residents to segregate trash

MARADECA joins Earth Day celebration

MARADECA joins Earth Day celebration

Government advocates  tackle Climate Change

Government advocates tackle Climate Change

Maradeca completes community profiling in Lanao Del Sur
Peace education participants share best practices

Peace education participants share best practices

Health is Wealth

Health is Wealth

Volunteers trained on psychosocial interventions for women and children
Waste experts ask Lanao residents to segregate

Waste experts ask Lanao residents to segregate

Armed conflict victims get relief assistance
Lanao del Sur BRAC schools hold 3rd moving up ceremony, recognition rites
Lanao del Sur farmers train on new rice and corn farm tech
Resource-mapping piloted in Lanao del Sur villages

Resource-mapping piloted in Lanao del Sur villages

Mindanao wide meeting held to evaluate BBL in Congress
4 Lanao del Sur rural communities profiled for resources, needs
MARADECA Taps funding partners to widen Islamic understanding
Farmers in Poona Bayabao taught organic farming

Farmers in Poona Bayabao taught organic farming

Lanao del Sur farmers group gets bakery equipment
NGO official: Koko vows to be active on BBL discussions
Interfaith groups Dialogue for sobriety after Mamasapano incident
Maradeca assessment shows empowerment among organizations
Steering Committee to counter false anti-BBL yarn
Poona Bayabao business owners lectured on strategic plan
Palarong Pambata 2015; Building sportsmanship and confidence
Financial management training for business coop in Poona Bayabao
Parents confident of kids’ skills to hurdle national assessment
Moving up ceremony for BRAC learners

Moving up ceremony for BRAC learners

MARADECA , the Maranao People Development Center Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit service-oriented institution catering the needs of the Moro People in their struggle and quest for peace,  socio-economic advancement, and development. It adopts a people-centered, community-based, integrated, and sustainable development framework which creatively reflects the aspirations of the Moro People.

MARADECA's mandate is centered on the situations of the “deprived“ and the “neglected“ around the urban and rural communities of Marawi City and Lanao del Sur. It primarily works toward addressing the plight of internally displaced persons (IDPs) to uphold peace; transform conflict situation, and promote development landscape around Mindanao. Most of its continuing programs are focused on the promotion of women and children's welfare in health, sanitation, education, and peace-building. This is our clear manifestation for marginalized peoples' participation in development.