Kung hindi ako mag-aaral manahi, sino ang bubuhay sa mga apo ko? Ako ang sumusuporta sa anim, ako ang nagpapa-aral sa kanila. Minsan inaabot ako ng madaling araw sa pagrerepair ng mga damit. Nagluluha na ang mga mata ko. Kailangan ko kasing kumita. Kailangan kong kayanin para sa mga apo ko.
Stories of Bangsamoro
I’d like to think of myself as a princess. I was only 18 when a patron of my mother’s sari-sari store invited us to come with them in Lanao. I thought it was another country I begged my mother . . . Read More
Everyone said that earning money here is fast and easy. Well, they were wrong. Every single day we need to persevere and endure all struggles just to earn and sustain our family. Despite all the . . . Read More
My daughter has pneumonia while I have courage. I’ve been selling vegetables for over 18 years, and it’s been my source of income that gets us through every day. It’s difficult budgeting for . . . Read More
Meet Sheryan, an environmental advocate and a graduate of Eco-tourism. For her, we can only sincerely assert our culture and identity if we learn to protect the environment that sustains . . . Read More
I arrived in Saudi Arabia during the month of Ramadan. As a Muslim, it was always my dream to visit and now I work here as a nurse in Makkah. I had a lot of hopes and positivity. I knew this is my . . . Read More
I was hesitant to apply for work after graduation. My cousin got rejected countless times on various jobs because of our religion. This disheartened me. I doubted if Iloilo was the right place for me . . . Read More