Mindanao Coalition of Development NGOs (MINCODE)

The Mindanao Coalition of Development NGO Networks (MINCODE), composed of 12 CSO networks with around 500 base organizations, is the largest CSO coalition in Mindanao. Six of the member networks are Mindanao affiliates of national networks, namely: Association of Foundations, Mindanao Alliance of Self-Help Societies-Southern Philippines Educational Cooperative Center (MASS-SPECC), Partnership for Philippine Support Service Agencies (PhilSSA), Philippine Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in the Rural Areas (PhilDHRRA), Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP),Pambansang Kilusan ng Samahang Magsasaka (PAKISAMA); and six are homegrown Mindanao networks, namely: Agri-Aqua Development Coalition (AADC), Consortium of Bangsamoro Civil Society (CBCS), Council of Organized Social Service Agencies in Mindanao (COSSA-Mindanao), Coalition of Social Development Organizations – South Cotabato (CSDO-SC), Kahugpungan sa Mindanaw (KAMI) and  the Mindanao Coalition of Development NGOs and NGIs (MINCON).

The vital role of MINCODE as the largest coalition of non-government organization, people’s organizations and cooperatives in Mindanao has been to effectively consolidate and direct support and interventions for poverty reduction and peace and development work in Mindanao. Its programs include Sustainable Development, Transparent, Accountable and Participatory Governance, Electoral Reforms, Social Enterprise, Economic Empowerment, Peace and Development and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM). MINCODE also serves as a forum for discussion, dialogue and coordination among Mindanao networks of NGOs, POs, and cooperatives concerning peace and development programs and its impact to the Mindanao community.

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Mindanao Coalition of Development NGO Networks (MINCODE)
3 Juna Avenue corner Camia St.
Juna Subdivision, Matina, Davao City

Andrea Maria Patricia M. Sarenas

Telefax: +63 82 299-0625