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Kalahi Serye Production

Kalahi Serye Production Team Writers Jasmin Kiaso Phylein Maria Rosette Callangan Mark Erik King Guanzon Nerizza Faye G. Villanueva Contributors Aprilla Camilot June Tay-og Azriel Dolo Photo Contributors Buguias Area Coordinating Team Atok Area Coordinating Team Pasil Area Coordinating Team Tubo Area Coordinating Team Kabugao Area Coordinating Team Lagangilang Area Coordinating Team Tadian Area Coordinating Team Bakun Municipal Area Coordinating Team Irene Pongas Florence Batawang Managing Editor Jasmin Kiaso 2016 About the Cover KEEPING THINGS FLOWING. Digitally painted, the picture depicts of a better future for the generations to come. Like the flowing water, the DSWD Kalahi- CIDSS and its partner communities are moving together to realize this dream. By establishing a process where communities are the main drivers of their own development, the department is confident that this will help them achieve a better life. Here’s also to hoping that our beloved Cordillera communities will be able to lobby for their development needs. This compendium of stories focusing on the Kalahi- CIDSS Program is written and reproduced by the Social Marketing Unit of the Department of Social Welfare and Development-Cordillera Administrative Region. Senior Editors Nerizza Faye G. Villanueva Janet P. Armas

Kalahi Serye2016 Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION 2016 Kalahi-CIDSS Compendium

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