ANGELES CITY—The Holy Angel University through the Center for Kapampangan Studies received copies “NCIP Project EPANAW Coffee Table Books (CTBs)
ANGELES CITY—The Holy Angel University through the Center for Kapampangan Studies received copies “NCIP Project EPANAW Coffee Table Books (CTBs), namely, PAGKILALA (Recognition), PAGGALANG (Respect), and PAGTAGUYOD (Promote). Present during the turn-over ceremony is Mr. Robert P. Tantingco – Vice President for Student Sevices & Affairs, Ms. Myra P. Lopez – Administrator – CKS, and Mr. Louis Genesis David – Regional Information Officer of National Commission on Indigenous Peoples Region 3.
VP Tantingco and Ms. Lopez expressed their gratitude to NCIP Region 3, noting that the Project EPANAW will be of great use for those who pursue IP Research. The CTBs will be placed in their University Library. Through the rich culture and heritage￼ of our Indigenous Cultural Communities/Indigenous Peoples (ICCs/IPs), the NCIP hopes that the Project EPANAW will shed information and awareness of our ICCs/IPs to the students and researchers of HAU. NCIP Region 3 and HAU will continuously coordinate for future partnership involving projects and research involving Indigenous Cultural Communities/Indigenous Peoples.