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MESSAGES The implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS Program has continued as planned. There are challenges met along the way but the most important for us is achieving our development objectives. To empower communities, improve local governance and eventually slowly reduce poverty; these are the things that we hold on to as we serve our communities. Our clients and partners provided us strength to continue serving with them. The stories in this book prove that we are on the right track and that our efforts are not being put to waste. Our development objectives that we are working hard to achieve are reflected in the lives of our beneficiaries at the same time partners. IMELDA N. TUGUINAY Deputy Regional Program Manager Kalahi-CIDSS KALAHISerye 2016|| vii

A WALK TO REMEMBER Our walk with all our partner communities was a lot more meaningful because we all did our best to achieve a shared dream of developing our own localities from within. The moment we joined hands, we knew that whatever the result of our actions will be a shared responsibility between and among us. Our sama-samang pagkilos is definitely worth remembering. Taken at Bangaan, Sagada, Mountain Province with Mr. Leonard Omileng walking through the community footpath - a Kalahi-CIDSS Sub-Project KALAHISerye 2016|| viii

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