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Macambol Messages

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CAFOD is campaigning about how the community of Macambol in Philippines has been kept in the dark over a proposed mine on their lands. …

CAFOD is campaigning about how the community of Macambol in Philippines has been kept in the dark over a proposed mine on their lands.

Messages of support have been giving the people much-needed hope and encouragement in their struggle for justice

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  • 1. “ Macambol is my birthplace and my residence”(Danilo) “ I fear that our environment will be destroyed and nothing will be left for the next generations” (Tala) Voices from Macambol
  • 2. “ I want to protect my family and neighbourhood from the bad effects of mining” (Amihan)
  • 3. “ I am overwhelmed with joy, together with our group, in knowing that people from other parts of the world are also concerned about the problems we face here in Macambol” (Apolinario)
  • 4. “ The messages of support enliven our spirit; give us encouragement; and, give us hope that we will be victorious in the cause we are fighting for” (Florisa)
  • 5. “ The messages strengthen our resolve to pursue our struggle” (Chesa)
  • 6. “ Companies must listen because campaigners speak for people who do not have chance to speak to mining companies” (Apolinario)
  • 7. “ You give us light and encouragement; keep up and continue the good work” (Florisa) “ Please continue your support and prayers” (Tala)
  • 8. Photos by Simon Rawles, Mario Talja and Adrian White For more info, see: www.cafod.org.uk/philippines