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Resolution on Intensive Information Dissemination on Federalism

Caucus of Development NGO Networks 25th General Assembly GA Resolution No. 25 – 10  Sponsoring MN: COALITION FOR BICOL DEVELOPMENT (CBD)  A resolution urging CODE-NGO and its Member Networks to Conduct Massive Learning Sessions and Orientations on Federalism including the establishment of autonomous regions within the federal states for CAR and ARMM as a Proposed […]

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CODE-NGO Celebrates 25 Years of Collaboration and Impact for Social Development

QUEZON CITY —CODE-NGO, a coalition of development-focused civil society organizations (CSOs), held its 25th anniversary and Social Development Celebration (SocDev2016) at the Sequoia Hotel in Quezon City from November 23-24, 2016. The event, the largest gathering of CSOs in the development sector, was attended by more than 200 representatives from the coalition’s 12 member networks, […]

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NGO Leaders Hold Noise Barrage to Condemn Marcos Burial at Libingan ng mga Bayani

Delegates of the 25th National General Assembly of the Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODE-NGO) went out to the streets today and held a noise barrage to protest and condemn the burial of the remains of ousted President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.  Shouting “Hindi Bayani si Marcos!”, CODE-NGO leaders and members […]

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CODE-NGO and COA Team up for Citizen Participatory Audit of Yolanda and Sendong Shelter Projects

October 26, 2016, Quezon City – The Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODE-NGO) and the Commission on Audit (COA) signed a memorandum of agreement  (MOA) yesterday to work together on a citizen participatory audit (CPA) of selected permanent shelter projects in Typhoon Yolanda and Sendong affected areas. CODE-NGO Executive Director Sixto Donato C. Macasaet and […]

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Stop Extra Judicial Killings! Uphold Human Rights!

We, the Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODE-NGO), the largest network of development civil society organizations (CSOs) in the Philippines, call for a stop to extra-judicial killings and for the upholding of human rights in the government’s campaign against illegal drugs. We have declared in our “Covenant on Philippine Development” that the country’s development is […]

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