Indigenous Peoples Month Celebration And 25th Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA) Commemoration October 2022
The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) is holding a month-long daily celebration of the 2022 Indigenous Peoples Month and 25th Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Act (IPRA) Commemoration with the theme, “25 Years: Fulfilling the Indigenous Peoples Rights and Bridging the Gaps through ICCs/IPs Convergence with Partners and Stakeholders to Ensure Economic Sustainability and Security in the Ancestral Domains”.
To continue the department’s effort for learning recovery this school year 2022-2023, the Department of Education collaborates with other government agencies to give psychosocial support, especially to our Indigenous Peoples’ communities. The Department of Education’s Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Services (DRRMS) delivers Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services (MHPSS) in response to the impacts of the pandemic’s emergencies and calamities.
All public schools are encouraged to revisit the communities’ experiences and give awareness and learning to the students. We join the national Month of the Indigenous People with a theme: “Kasaysayan, Karunungan at Wika ng mga Katutubong Pamayanan: Mga Saligan ng Katutubong Pagkakakilanlan at Tulay Tungo sa Inklusibong Kaunlaran.”
Download the latest Psychosocial Support material at https://bit.ly/IPEdPSSMaterial and start imparting them to our learners.
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