The Many Expressions of Sen. Robin Padilla, and Other Photographs at NCMF Leaders’ Summit

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In colorful green long sleeve shirt, Sultan Mino Guro (with Moro kufiyah), top leader of NCMF Secretary/CEO Gene A. Mamondiong (in coat), and Bureau of Peace and Conflict Resolution (NCMF-BPCR) Director Cosanie M. Derogongan at the NCMF leaders’ summit on Tuesday. (Photo: SciTech and Digital News)

By EDD K. USMAN | Twitter: @edd1819 | Instagram: @bluestar0910 | Facebook: SDN — SciTech and Digital News

(SDN) — On January 31, 2023, the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) through its Planning Services conducted the First National Leaders’ Development Summit in Pasay City, Metro Manila.

To achieve the summit’s goals, the NCMF headed by Secretary/CEO Guiling “Gene” A. Mamondiong gathered “the best in the sectors of legislatures, academe, religious, business, and private sector, national and local government units (LGUs) and executives of agencies, the security sector and civil society organizations” for their inputs on the summit’s goal.

NCMF Executive Director and NPREC Chairman Datu Tahir S. Lidasan, Jr., CESO II, introduces key guests of the NCMF leaders’ summit: Sen. Robin ‘Abdul Aziz’ Padilla and Lanao del Norte Rep. Khalid Q. Dimaporo. (SDN — SciTech and Digital News)

The summit aimed “to develop programs to help Muslims in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao establish a resilient Muslim community, wherein every Muslim family is empowered, with productive and sustainable livelihood, a family free from harm and feeling safe, and freely exercising its faith without reservation,” said NCMF Planning Services Director Haidee V. Ampatuan, MNSA.

NCMF Planning Services Director Haidee V. Ampatuan, MNSA, with foreign diplomats. One of them is Sulaiman Al-Amin (right) of Qatar Embassy. (Photo: SDN — SciTech and Digital News)

For those who were not there, here’s the summit held at Conrad Hotel in photographs by SDN — SciTech and Digital News:

Many expressions of Sen. Robin Abdul Aziz Padilla.


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