2018 LENTEN REFLECTION

“Because faith strengthens us as we do our humble work.”
ATM: FORGE Staff and interns in their annual #LentenReflection activity

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FORGE IS HIRING: Database Management System Developer

THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED.
Database Management System for FORGE Center-based Operations
Rationale:
FORGE started its involvement with the work against commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) in 1995.  Since then, FORGE’s child protection work through its Social Outreach Division has expanded its services to outreach work through its two Activity Centers and temporary shelter program for teenage boys and girls through its Residential Care Centers. With its evolving programs, FORGE has a growing wealth of experience and information that are valuable in […]

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FORGE 2017 CONSOLIDATED REPORT

2017 CONSOLIDATED REPORT
CONTEXT OF OUR WORK
2017 can be summed-up as a year of national disaster.  Symbolized by the destruction of the City of Marawi, key government leaders of political institutions, government system, value of truth, value of human life all went under attack by government policies and actions. The chaos happening in key government institutions has weakened the overall resilience of the country in the midst of climate change effects, global movements of the earth, series of typhoons, earthquakes and […]

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2016 Consolidated Report

FORGE 2016 Consolidated Report
via — Fellowship for Organizing Endeavors, Inc.

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FORGE is Hiring: Community Development Staff

UPDATE:  POSITION IS CLOSED.
 
▫ Position: Community Development Staff (CDS)
▫ Project: Anti-Child Trafficking Initiatives at Source Communities (ACT@Source) in Cebu Province
Task and Functions as Community Development Staff
PARTNERSHIP BUILDING, NETWORKING, AWARENESS-RAISING
▫ Establish contacts with city/municipality and barangay officials, civil society organizations, people’s organizations, school officials, and other duty-bearers, agencies in the LGU, barangay and community level
▫ Organize community organizations and youth advocates into Community Child Protection Volunteers (CCPV) and Kabataan Batok sa Trapiking ug Abuso (KABATA)
▫ Conduct awareness and study sessions, trainings […]

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