Frequently Asked Questions on the PEACe Bonds
The Poverty Era dication and Alleviation Certificates (PEACe) Bonds successfully raised an endowment fund of 1.4 Billion Pesos in 2001. This fund is being used up to now by the Peace and Equity Foundation (PEF) for poverty reduction projects of non-government organizations (NGOs) and people’s organizations (POs). From the income of the fund, PEF has been able to provide around 1 Billion Pesos since 2001 to support various anti-poverty projects while preserving its endowment fund. Know more about PEF.
Replies to inquiries about the PEACe Bonds: Where is this now?
- Purisima misinformed about the PEACe Bonds
- Position Paper of CODE-NGO on the PEACe Bonds
- CODE-NGO Welcomes Truth Commission Probe
- CODE-NGO, media held dialogue on PEACe Bonds
Published Ads on PEF’s 10th Year:
- PEF @ 10 Years: Winning the War Against Poverty, One Step at a Time
- If you have P1.3 Billion, what could you grow?
- We now have a fighting chance against poverty
Published Articles on the PEACe Bonds:
- “Controversial, unusual but legal, beneficial,” Sixto Donato Macasaet, Philippine Daily Inquirer,October 23, 2011
- “Truth About the PEACe Bonds,” Eagle Eyes by Dean Tony La Vina, Manila Standard Today, November 9, 2010
- “CODE-NGO on the PEACe Bonds,” Letter to the Editor by Sixto Donato C. Macasaet, The Philippine Star, November 3, 2010
- “Private Funding for Poverty Reduction,” No Free Lunch by Cielito Habito, Philippine Daily Inquirer, September 21, 2010
- Statement of CSOs on the PEACe Bonds, Published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 11, 2002
- Statement of the Money Market Association of the Philippines (MART) on the PEACe Bonds, February 13, 2002
- “Poverty and Sustainability” and other articles by Rina Jimenez-David, Philippine Daily Inquirer, January 2002
- “A Positive Sum Game,” by Winny Monsod, Philippine Daily Inquirer, January 2002