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    • Girl Scouts of the Philippines Palawan Council 1
    • Pilar Hidalgo Lim Troop Achievement Award Tagbanuas Life and Culture with Vegetable Garden Troop Dagitab 767 Panacan National High School Panacan, Narra, PalawanPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.UNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWANCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 2
    • Tagbanuas Life andCulture with VegetableGarden 3
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Culture is wealth; It is us, It enables us to express ourselves. 4
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Acknowledgements We wish to express our gratitude to peoples’ who helped, advised and supported us in doing the Pilar Hidalgo Lim troop achievement project. The Girl Scouts of the Philippines provides opportunities to troops all over the archipelago to work for a very meaningful community projects. Our sincere thanks to Mrs. Daisy M. Nalzaro, our Council Executive, for her valuable guidance and encouragement. We are gratefully indebted to the members of the Tagbanua tribe of Malinao, Narra, Palawan for their valuable assistance, friendship and welcoming acceptance. Troop Dagitab 767 5
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 6
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 7
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 8
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL PILAR HIDALGO LIM TROOP AWARD APPLICATION FORM Name of the Troop: Dagitab Date of Last Registration: September 14, 2010 Troop No. 767 No. of Troop Members: 32 District Committee: Baba Manggis Troop Leader: Adonai Shammah Lumba Council: Palawan Region: Southern Luzon Name of Community: Malinao 2 Date Started: July 5, 2011 Description of the Community: Rural Area Malinao 2, is an area located at the edges of Narra town. The area is a very remote community with rough barangay roads leading to it. Majority of the residents are indigenous people called the Tagbanua, who suffer from poverty so evident on their way of living and the nipa huts they live at. The community has one unmaintained basketball court, two community chapel, one tribal hall, and a day care center. Identified as a rural area, residents earn their living through fishing, farming and vending crops. The village is governed by a purok president who acts as the legal leader but the leadership stature is with the more powerful influential tribal chieftain named Chieftain Lorenzo Ulusan. 9
    • Results’ of Research on Community Needs: 1. Poverty/ Unemployment 2. Malnourished Children 3. Vanishing Tagbanua Culture and Literature . PROGRAM PLAN:Brief Description of the Program: Tagbanuas’ Life and Culture with Community Vegetable Garden Modernization already engulfed the Tagbanuas’ glorious past. Tagbanuas’ tribalpractices, menus, and way of life have change with the arrival of Christians around themthat influences them that caused the vanishing of their invisible wealth their culture. Troop Dagitab 767, desires to contribute in our little way to promote and preservethe Tagbanuas culture in the project called The Tagbanuas Life and Culture withCommunity Vegetable Garden. The troop will mingle with the community in gardeningwhile observing their ways and on the same time go on researching for their almostforgotten short stories as well as observing the uniqueness. The community garden shall provide food crops for the use of members. It is hopedthat the community garden will provide a hub for social interaction while involvingmembers in healthy exercise, social and cultural events as well as knowledge of organicfood production. 10
    • Objectives of the Program: The main objective is to provide Girl Scouts an opportunity to contribute in restoringand preserving the forgotten Tagbanua literature (short stories) and practices and share it tothe world through the use of technology. The troop shall make efforts to promote Tagbanuasculture unique features and help them to improve their health and economic situationthrough a community vegetable garden. This objective will be accomplished through theprocess of investigating and researching the Tagbanua short stories through the help of theelderly members of the tribe and teaching them garden in their immediate compound andteaching them to harvest products in order to provide food for their families.The Community Garden will beA Meeting Place:A place for people to mix with a group, diverse in age and ability to form friendships andsocial bonds which contribute to a sense of communityA Growing Place:A space where fresh organic food – vegetables, herbs, fruit and flowers can be grown andharvested locally.A Learning Place:To share gardening knowledge with members and visitors about sustainability: organicmethods, water and harvesting.A Healthy Place:To provide a place for social interaction, physical exercise, nutritious organic produce and a sense of well being. 11
    • A Beautiful Place:To create an environment that is in harmony with nature and our neighborsStrategies of the Program:The troop shall employ the Principles of Community Organizing with the approval of thebarangay captain Teresita Cabanag. In this program for the purok we would apply thefollowing strategies 1. Listening 2. Relationship Building 3. Challenge 4. Action 5. Evaluation 6. ReflectionCommunity resources and involvement of community members:The community shall be involved in the process of planning and implementation of thecommunity gardening. They will also be involved in the re-discovering their almostforgotten short stories called Tultul through the help of the elderly tribe members. The goalof the undertaking is the involvement to advocate and strengthen early and meaningfulcommunity participation in the community garden as well as digging the almost forgottenTagbanua short stories. Submitted by: ADONAI SHAMMAH LUMBA Troop Leader 12
    • Endorsed by: DAISY NALZARO Council Executive REBECCA BASANES Regional Executive Director 13
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Month Activities Garden Cleaning and July Start of First Cropping August Garden Maintenance September 1. 1st harvesting of crops and vegetable 2. Planting for the 2nd cropping ( peanuts) Garden Maintenance October Garden Maintenance November 2st 1. harvesting of peanuts December 2. Planting for the 2nd cropping ( peanuts) Garden Maintenance January Garden Maintenance February 1. 3rd harvesting of crops and March vegetable 2. Planting for the 2nd cropping ( peanuts) 3. 14
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Date Activities Person Involved July 2011 1. Troop Orientation Troop 767 Daisy Nalzaro Julia Rodriguez 2. DSWD Consultation Elizabeth Cubillas Patrol Leaders 3. Consultation with Malinao Officials Barangay and Purok Officials 4. Troop Planning/ 1st Area Visit 4ps’ Club 5. Collaborating with 4ps’ Club Meeting with Purok Officials 6. Garden Cleaning and start of First Cropping August 2011 1. Troop Planning/ Area Troop 767 Visit Barangay and Purok 2. Area Visit Officials 3. Meeting with Purok Officials 15
    • September 2011 4. Collaborating with SFJC Sisters organization to support Rotary and Interact Club the PHL project DA Narra through Jerry Sotabinto 5. Regular visit 6. 1st harvesting of crops and vegetable 7. Planting for the 2nd Troop 767 cropping ( peanuts) Purok residents October 2011 Regular visit Troop 767November 2011 Regular visit Troop 767December 2011 1. Pre- evaluation Troop 767 2. Christmas Party and Gift Giving 4Ps’ Club 3. 2nd harvesting SFJC Sisters 4. Planting for the 3rd SFJC Troop 832 Cropping with variety of seeds from DA January 2011 1. Regular visit 2. Researching for Troop 767 Tagbanuas DA Narra Literature 1. Recording and MakingFebruary 2011 videos and books Troop 767 2. Promoting Tagbanua Culture through internet 3. Making Final Reports 16
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Girl Scouts of the Philippines Southern Luzon Region Lucena City PILAR HIDALGO LIM TROOP ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Quarterly Implementation Report Period: August- October Name of Troop: Dagitab Date of Last Registration: September 14, 2011 Troop No. 767 No. of Troop Members: 32 Council Palawan Troop Leader: Adonai Shammah Lumba Name of Community: Malinao 2 Identified Project: Tagbanuas’ Life and Culture with Community Vegetable Garden Date Started: July 5, 2011 Program Management and Implementation: The program management of the Troop Dagitab 767 Pilar Hidalgo Lim project can be divided into two categories; human management and task management. Human Management: The number of people needed to carry out the project implementation is very important. Involving many people in the program leads to a greater impact. The Interact Club of Panacan, the 4 Ps Club, the circle of Barangay Health Workers and the residents of the area are among the people who supported the project. Task Management: The processes involved are doing everything that has been planned. Adhering to the time line, meeting report due dates, planning the kind of vegetable to plant, conducting learning sessions on vegetable gardening and division of labor in the community vegetable garden. Studying the culture of the Tagbanua is embedded in the troop dealings with them, The visits; conversation and communicating with the tribe members enable the troop members to imbibed and discover the culture inside them. 17
    • Accomplishments of the Troop and the Community Members( to include the number of troop members, community members involved,the agencies/NGO networked with/tapped)Program Results:Effects on Troop Members 1. Engaging in the Pilar Hidalgo Lim project developed the sense of commitment among the Senior Girl Scouts of Troop Dagitab 767. 2. It builds a system where members can talk and address issues regarding the management and implementation of the project. 3. Members learned to share ideas and they developed willingness to work without expecting anything in return. 4. Members identified their important role in community building. 5. Members learned to create linkages with groups and agencies.Impact to Community:The idea of a community vegetable garden is a binding agent amongst the residents of the area.It became a venue where family grew vegetables for themselves and for opportunity of additional income grewout of the project. The project encourages those that may have a hard time, earn through participation andindustry.The people in the community build friendship while working in the vegetable garden with the Girl Scouts andfreely unknowingly shared bits of their culture to the researchers. Working with other agencies, organizations and groups is a part of the troop’s philosophy. The project seeksto bring people together and link resources.The people shall be involved in the process of engaging in dialogue and collaboration with communitymembers.Milestone/Accomplishment: 1. Identified the project site 2. Made linkages with various community organizations to support the troop undertakings. 3. Project site visitation 4. Accomplished the first phase of project site cleaning with the people of the community. 5. Gained support from Parents 4 Ps Club. 6. Accomplished the first phase of cleaning, seed selection and gardening.Activities: Date Accomplished: 1. Troop Project Visit 2. Area Cleaning/ Seed Identification October, 29, 2011 3. First Phase of Gardening/ Maintenance of Project Area 4. Interviewing Tatang Pedro Sabio for his knowledge in Tagbanua short stories. 18
    • Lessons Learned:The members of Troop Dagitab 767 learned that other people may be there to help them, teach them, guidethem along their path, but the lesson they learned is always theirs.The members learned that people may forget words, people may forget actions, but people will never forgethow you made them feel.Please enclose photos of the ff: the project, the community where the project is implemented, the troop and the community members. Submitted by: ADONAI SHAMMAH M. LUMBA Troop LeaderEndorsed by: DAISY M. NALZARO Council ExecutiveNoted: REBECCA BASANES Regional Director 19
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Girl Scouts of the Philippines Southern Luzon Region Lucena City PILAR HIDALGO LIM TROOP ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Quarterly Implementation Report Period: November - December Name of Troop: Dagitab Date of Last Registration: September 14, 2011 Troop No. 767 No. of Troop Members: 32 Council Palawan Troop Leader: Adonai Shammah Lumba Name of Community: Malinao 2 Identified Project: Tagbanuas’ Life and Culture with Community Vegetable Garden Date Started: July 5, 2011 Program Management and Implementation: 1. Collaboration with various agencies: Collaboration with the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps Club) members through Christy Lee Diaz, the barangay Day Care Worker to work on the community garden. 2. Collaboration with the Narra Department of Agriculture through Mr. Jerry Sotabinto who pledged to supply the vegetable seeds for three croppings. 20
    • 3. Collaboration with the Narra Rotary Club through Engr. Gary Parco to give assistance to the vegetable garden project. 4. Collaboration with the Narra San Francisco Javier Augustinian Sisters to provide spiritual sessions with the people.Accomplishments of the Troop and the Community Members( to include the number of troop members, community membersinvolved, the agencies/NGO networked with/tapped)Program Results:Effects on Troop MembersTroop members learned not to give up amidst hardships and trials.Impact to Community:The Tagbanua people through the Day Care Worker Christy Lee Diaz and Purok President Wilfredo Batacwelcomed the troop with great hopes.The project created a venue for the parents of the day care children and some residents to work together witha common goal.Milestone/Accomplishment: 1. Collaboration with the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program/SFJC AR Sisters 2. Collaboration with the Narra Department of Agriculture 3. Collaboration with the Narra Rotary Club and SFJC Augustianian SistersActivities: Date Accomplished: 5. 1. Christmas Party with the project recipient and December, 29, 2011 gift giving through the help of the Sisters of San Francisco Javier. 6. 2. Seed Identification for the third cropping 7. 3. Project Area Visitations 8. 4. Troop Meetings 21
    • Lessons Learned: 1. The members learned that in every problem there’s always a solution. 2. There is a necessity of having a plan B in everything that you do.Please enclose photos of the ff: the project, the community where the project is implemented, the troop and thecommunity members. Submitted by: ADONAI SHAMMAH M. LUMBA Troop LeaderEndorsed by: DAISY M. NALZARO Council ExecutiveNoted: REBECCA BASANES Regional Director 22
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Girl Scouts of the Philippines Southern Luzon Region Lucena City PILAR HIDALGO LIM TROOP ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Quarterly Implementation Report Period: January – February 2012 Name of Troop: Dagitab Date of Last Registration: September 14, 2011 Troop No. 767 No. of Troop Members: 34 Council Palawan Troop Leader: Adonai Shammah Lumba Name of Community: Malinao 2 Identified Project: Tagbanuas’ Life and Culture with Community Vegetable Garden Date Started: July 5, 2011 Program Management and Implementation: 1. Meeting and organizing the work groupings for the vegetable garden third cropping 2. Start of third cropping. Sowing the seeds for the March harvest. Observing the Tagbanuas life while mingling with them 3. Approval of financial support for the sponsorship from Hon. Kgwd. Cris Lumba and LGU Narra for the Tagbanuas’ Tultul Revived ( Tagbanuas’ Stories Revived) booklets 4. Production and distribution of Tagbanuas Tulltul Revived (Tutul ng mga Tagbanua) booklets and distribution in schools of Narra, Palawan. 5. Story Telling Sessions for children to learn about Tagbanuas’ stories 6. Interviewing the oldest member of the Tagbanua community Tatang Pedro Sabio for story documentation 7. Recording of video documentation of Tagbanuas stories and uploading in the internet for the world to see and appreciate. (attached CD’s) 8. Publishing of reports and videos of stories illustrated in created Tagbanuas website for cultural promotion in Facebook and Google Accomplishments of the Troop and the Community Members( to include the number of troop members, community members involved, the agencies/NGO networked with/tapped) 23
    • Program Results: Effects on Troop Members The troop members discovered that undergoing the PHL project is a mountain to climb indeed.The experiences entail a great determination and perseverance. In the midst of the project implementationstrength and finances submerged but never the spirit of a real Girl Scout to serve not for glory but for selffulfillment that we were able to serve a fellow Filipino who are less appreciated in the modern society.It feels bad that some Tagbanua rejects our friendship due to bad experiences in the past but at the end wewere able to win their trust as they witnessed how dedicated and sincere we are.We created new friendship with the community and learned that Tagbanuas are sensitive people who needour understanding and attention.Impact to Community:Bayanihan spirit sprouted out from the Tagbanua mothersStrengthened friendship with the Tagbanuas as they revealed to the troop their uniqueness through their tribalways.Young members of the tribe learned their tribal short stories through the book let and video created.Milestone/Accomplishment: Accomplishments of the following 1. Created and distributed Tagbanua Tultul booklets to children. 2. Created the Tagbanua Tultul into a video presentation in a DVD distributed to Narranian schools. 3. Uploaded four Tagbanua Tultul to YOUTUBE for the world to see and appreciate. 4. Created Tagbanua Culture and life Facebook website where people can read Tagbanua short stories, riddles and see pictures and more about the Tagbanuas. 5. Set up a story telling sessions and video watching in schools on Tagbanua short stories.Activities: Date Accomplished: 1. Girl Scouts drawing sessions for the Tagbanua January 29, 2012 books 2. Radio guesting/video recording and uploading 3. Story Telling on Tagbanuas Tultul to kids in the community and schools 4. Garden visitation /maintenance with the community 5. Learning to make puso and how to cook amit 24
    • Lessons Learned: 1. Indigenous people need special attention from the government in order not to lose their culture. 2. Sometimes adaptability is not advantageous.Please enclose photos of the ff: the project, the community where the project is implemented, the troop and thecommunity members. Submitted by: ADONAI SHAMMAH M. LUMBA Troop LeaderEndorsed by: DAISY M. NALZARO Council ExecutiveNoted: REBECCA BASANES Regional Director 25
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Documentations 26
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Orientation Council Executive Daisy Nalzaro orients troop Dagitab 767 about the PHL project while Tita Julie Rodriguez listens on. 27
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Collaboration with Rotary Club of Narra Rotary Club of Narra President Engr. Gary Parco with his fellow Rotarians orients the Troop Dagitab 767 on the partnership of the Ritary Club and of the troop. 28
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Collaboration with Rotary Club of Narra 29
    • The collaboration was sealed through the induction of Troop Dagitab 767 Girl Scouts as Panacan Interact Club.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Collaboration with Rotary Club of Narra 30
    • The hopeful Girl Scouts of Troop Dagitab 767PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community Map 31
    • The project sitePALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community 32
    • The faded village mark at the national high wayPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community 33
    • The long rough village road leading to the Tagbanua tribePALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community 34
    • Walking is not a big deal because we do it in a jolly Girl Scout way.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community 35
    • Simplicity of Tagbanua lifePALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community 36
    • Nipa huts are unfinished due to poverty.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Ccmmunity Visit 37
    • Upon the bank of the river and up close with a Tagbanua kid.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Community Vegetable Garden Before 38
    • An idle land soon to become a source of organic healthy food for the community.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Community Meeting 39
    • Purok president Wilfredo Batac with the village residents plans for the division of labor for the community garden.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Setting up the Community Vegetable Garden 40
    • The Tagbanua people with their little ones a the Malinao 2 community garden sitePALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community Meeting 41
    • The mothers of the community brought their little kids in attending village meeting.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The troop and the women of the community 42
    • Establishing friendship with the women of the community is an essential part of the projectPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community Garden first and second cropping The first yeild of the vegetable garden provided food on the recepient tables and a little money to buy things for the family 43
    • String beans and peanuts ready for harvest. The residents use crop rotation to equip the land enough nutrients for the 3rd croppping The second yeild were peanuts harvested last December 15, 2011 give the Tagbanua something to nibble.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community Garden 44
    • Girl Scouts gardening 101PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 45
    • Good harvest during the first cropping harvested last September 2011PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. P PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community Vegetable Garden 46
    • The girls at the community gardenPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community Vegetable Garden 47
    • The girls at the community gardenPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community Vegetable Garden 48
    • The community gardenPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community Garden 49
    • The yield and the Girl ScoutsPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community 50
    • The troop members and the kids of the communityPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Christmas Party and Gift Giving 51
    • Through the effort of Troop 767 the Tagbanuas were surprised by the visit of the Augustinian Sisters who shared with them food and gifts.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Christmas Party and Gift Giving 52
    • A refreshing noon for the young members of the community.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Christmas Party and Gift Giving 53
    • The waiting crowd for more surprizes.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Christmas Party and Gift Giving 54
    • The troop manage to organize the christmas party for the supporting club 4Ps’.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Christmas Party and Gift Giving 55
    • A mother and a child. Merry Christmas .PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The pre- Evaluation 56
    • School SPB president Maria Tersa Baralla, school SPB treaurer Regine Mangubat and school SPB Vice President Myla Oceo gets nervous as they were asked about the PHL project.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The Community Garden 57
    • The troop prepares the community garden plots for the third cropping that started on December 21, 2011 and hopefully will yield on the last week of March 2012.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 58
    • Plots ready for plantingPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL The troop 59
    • Resting after the tedious gardening with the use of banana leaves as mats.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 60
    • January 2012, the seeds are sprouting for the third yieldPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 61
    • The troop The girls resting at the third bridge after a long tedious walkPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Record of first yield last September 23, 2011 62
    • The first yield only provided a few pesos to the family but more food for their childrenPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Record of household participated in the Community Vegetable Garden 63
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    • The troop and the women of the tribe Troop 767 and the women discussing the seed selection during the december visitPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 65
    • The Troop The bridge has become the girls resting place.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 66
    • The Troop The troop members with the young members of the communityPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 67
    • Community regular meeting The troop attends the community meeting to discuss about the progress of the community graden.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 68
    • The young members of the Tagbanua Tribe The community kids loved to be photographPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 69
    • The people of the community The girls manage to talked to Tatang Pedro Sabio, the 91 year old blind man of the tribe. The oldest member of the tribe who stil remembers the short stories of the Tagbanua people.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 70
    • Tagbanua Way of Life Coconuts under the sun.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 71
    • The People in the Community Girls gallavantin the community to met new facesPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 72
    • The People in the Community We found Tatang Pedro in his little shalk.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 73
    • The People in the Community Tatang Pedro proudly showed us the rusted karis that he inherited from his grandfather. He is the only man in the community who still posseses such kind of bolo.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 74
    • The People in the Community Blind but still bright in remembering the short stories he learned during his childhood.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 75
    • The People in the Community Ate Elizabeth with her son smilingly posed for a snap shot. Ate Liz is Tatang Pedro eldest grandchild who helped us to understand the Tagbanua words Tatang Pedro utters when we spoke to him.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 76
    • The People in the Community The two pillars of the Tagbaua tribe of Malinao, Tatang Pedro and Tatang Lorenzo Ulosan, the tribes’ chieftain.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 77
    • The People in the Community The old and new generation of the Tagbanua tribe.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 78
    • The troops’ learnings Senior Girl Scout Maria Teresa Baralla, learns from a Tagbanua woman how to prepare and cook “AMIT”, a Tagbanua bread.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 79
    • Learning Tagbanua Menu Senior Girl Scout Ailyn Villasis take her turn in frying the Amit, a Tagbanua version of cake/bread.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 80
    • A bit of Tagbanua Culture : Making Poso-poso wrapper Girl learns the intriquite poso wrapper with the help of the women in the communityPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 81
    • Christmas Party and Gift Giving Practice makes perfectPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 82
    • Christmas Party and Gift Giving Delicious amitPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 83
    • The People A crying kid on the blockPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 84
    • The People Smile unlimitedPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 85
    • Traces of a Culture The old waysPALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 86
    • The People Working Men 87
    • Promoting The Tagbanua CulturePALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 88COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL
    • Senior Girl Scouts utilized their talents in making the Tagbanua short story booklets Janine Ann Bellido, Marian Darica Mahinay and Reigine Mangubat of troop 767 created the art works for the Tagbanua booklets to spread and immortalize the short stories almost forgotten.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. 89PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL
    • Promoting the Tagbanua almost forgotten short stories Booklets were made to provide young people to learn and appreciate the Tagbanua literature.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. 90PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL
    • Promoting the Tagbanua almost forgotten short stories Booklets were made to provide young people to learn and appreciate the Tagbanua literature.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 91COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL
    • Promoting the Tagbanua almost forgotten short stories http://www.tagbanuaslifeandculture.webs.com/ A website was created by the troop to allow people all over the country and even the Filipinos overseas who have access to internet to read and appreciate the Tagbanua short stories.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 92COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL
    • Promoting the Tagbanua almost forgotten short stories http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2YfSrsaVX4&feature=youtu.be A website for the Tagbanua Life and Culture was also created to provide people who are hook with the famous FACEBOOK to read and appreciate the Tagbanua culture and literature.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. 93PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL
    • Promoting the Tagbanua almost forgotten short stories http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lk0xPX_Pqko&feature=related Videos were created from the researched Tagbanua short stories and are uploaded in the You Tube for the whole world to see and appreciate.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 94COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL
    • Promoting the Tagbanua almost forgotten short stories http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6FSVV267N8&feature=related Videos were created from the researched Tagbanua short stories and are uploaded in the You Tube for the whole world to see and appreciate.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. 95PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL
    • Promoting the Tagbanua almost forgotten short stories http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgV-wz0ZVvY Videos were created from the researched Tagbanua short stories and are uploaded in the You Tube for the whole world to see and appreciate.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 96COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL
    • Promoting the Tagbanua almost forgotten short stories http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2YfSrsaVX4 Videos were created from the researched Tagbanua short stories and are uploaded in the You Tube for the whole world to see and appreciate. 97
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua culture: Poso-poso http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cClowwOdRzw&feature=related A video on how to make Amit was made and up loaded for the world to learn and appreciate... 98
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua culture; delicacy called AMIT http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXis9CJzbHI&feature=related A video on how to cook amit was made and up loaded for the world to learn and appreciate. 99
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua almost forgotten short stories http://site-1328214514907-8078573178738998555.webs.com/ Videos of the Tagbanua short stories can now be access through the webs.com. 100
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua Culture in Narra, Palawan Videos and booklets about Tagbanua short stories are now used by the Girl Scouts during the story telling sessions in schools. 101
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua Culture in Narra, Palawan Videos and booklets about Tagbanua short stories are now used by the Girl Scouts during the story telling sessions in schools. 102
    • PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua Culture in Narra, Palawan 103
    • Young students received copies of Tagbanua short courtesy of LGU Narra.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua Culture in Narra, Palawan 104
    • Videos and booklets about Tagbanua short stories are now used by the Girl Scouts during the story telling sessions in schools.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua Culture in Narra, Palawan 105
    • Free DVDs’ on Tagbanua short stories were distributed to literature teachers.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua Culture in Narra, Palawan 106
    • A little girl concentrates looking at a Tagbanua short story booklet she received.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua Culture in Narra, Palawan 107
    • Senior Girl Scouts promoted their project in a radio program Narras’ Corner to promote the newly produced CDs and booklets of Tagbanuas literature at DWAJ am band last January 15, 2012.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Promoting the Tagbanua Culture in Narra, Palawan 108
    • A child reading the Tagbanua Tultul booklet surprised our group last February 12, 2012 at a computer shop in Narra.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 109
    • The Troop Troop Dagitab 767PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL 110
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    • December 15, 2011 Lexus Bus Station 2:30 pm Dear Gespie, The pre-evaluation was a flop. We believe we failed because we were not able to answer the evaluators questions very well. The thing we noticed is the evaluator did not give us enough time to answer her questions well but she continuously bombarded us questions after questions. Being a first timer in the PHL project we don’t know what to do. All we believe is that we are willing to finish what we started. We feel still lucky because though the first choice of the project area was a failure due to the flooding of our town we still have other project with the Tagbanua tribe which the GSP Council is not aware. Here’s our story of that other project. After the CGSMS project of Ate Libert Charisse Lumba which our troop supported, our troop established friendship with the Tagbanua people. Through the Day Care Worker Christy Diaz, our Tita the mother of Ate Libert challenged the people to have a vegetable garden by providing them free seeds to plant and insecticide to care for the crops. Our PHL project site was in the District 4 Poblacion at the back of Narra Pilot School. The site was chosen because our troop leader was not well at that time. It was tedious for her to walk to the Tagbanua village.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL. PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCILCOUNCIL.PALAWAN COUNCIL Ate Liberts’ father, our troop leaders husband, said that Tita Sham will be 112 allowed to take the PHL project if the project will be in the area nearer in their home. So the District 4 Vegetable project came to be. From June, 2011 up to December, 2011 rain filled the rugged terrain of our town. As a
    • 113December 23, 2011We visited the the Tagbanuas together with the Augustinian Recollect Sisters of
    • We saw the blind man by the stairs of the nipa hut. He is Tatang PedroSabio, the oldest Tagbanua, in the community who still has the memoriesof his childhood. 114Tatang Pedro was very friendly, when we sit down and listen to him westarted our journey to the world of the Tagbanua tribe. Tatang Pedro
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