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We Bring You Mindanao and Duterte News Daily

With the election of former Davao City Mayor, Rodrigo Duterte as the 16th President of the Republic of the Philippines, Mindanao has become the focus of local and international attention. And Duterte news is the hot topic of the day.

Mindanation.com is your best source for Information about Mindanao, The Philippines, South East Asia, and the world. Our dream is to see a peaceful and progressive Philippines, fully maximizing its potentials to be a growth engine for the region.

Our goal is to provide a window from which people from all over the Philippines and the world will be able to get a glimpse of the true beauty of the Philippines, Mindanao and its people.

Mindanation.com provides timely, relevant, and insightful news and information, including the view points of Mindanwons about what is going on in the world today.

Whether it is the latest news on the peace talks, or the price of chocolate in the cocoa farms of Davao del Norte, Mindanation.com strives to deliver it fresh daily.

Mindanation.com is also the Official Blogsite of Mindavote, an online community of Duterte supporters, and advocates of a better, stronger, more law-abiding Philippines.

We believe that a disciplined and focused Philippines can compete with the rest of the community of nations. We believe that Filipinos have the talent, intelligence, dedication, and innovation to compete in the global marketplace.

MindaNation
MindaNation is a socio-political group that fights for the common dream of all Mindanawons to have Peace, Justice, and Equality throughout all Mindanao
Jon Joaquin
Jon is a veteran journalist based in Davao City,
Sass Rogando Sasot
A transpinay based in The Hague, Sass Rogando Sasot is studying at Leiden University, pursuing an MA in International Relations, working on a thesis on how a systemic change led to the rivalry of the coastal States of the South China Sea. In 2013, Sass became the first Filipino to receive the ECHO Award, given annually to excellent migrant students in academic and higher professional education in The Netherlands. In 2014, she graduated magna cum laude at Leiden University College-The Hague, with a Combined Major in World Politics and Global Justice, minor in International Development, with courses on U.S. Foreign Policy and International Relations of China take at UCLA. She has at least 10 years of practical international experience.
Chito Fuentes
Chito Fuentes is a freelance journalist based in Davao City.
Armando B. Fenequito Jr.
Armando B. Fenequito is a reporter based in Davao City.
Grace Gaston-Dousel
Grace Gaston-Dousel is a writer, teacher, researcher, and artist who enjoys learning more about the world as she homeschools her children. She serves as Family Advisor at Homeschool Global.
Radzini Oledan
Radzini Oledan, PhD is a Behavior Change Communication Specialist working with various development organizations for the past 25 years in the field of peacebuilding, health promotions, knowledge management and organizational development.
John Tria
John Tria is former Chairman of the Southern Mindanao Growth Corridor Investors Forum and Program head of the Davao Agri-Trade Expo of the Davao Chamber of Commerce and Industry from 2013-2016. He is managing director of environmental consultancy company Environmental Counselors, Inc., and manages a coffee and vegetable farm in Davao City. A former contributing writer of the Manila Times, he writes a regular column at the Manila Bulletin and the Edge Davao.
Rudolph Ian Alama
Rudolph Ian Alama works for the Philippine Information Agency as an information officer and for SunStar Davao as an entertainment columnist. He also dabbles in photography and fiction writing. He is currently the festival director of the Mindanao Film Fest.
Jesus Dureza
Atty. Jesus Dureza is the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process.
Ferina Santos
Ferina is an adopted Davaoeña and daughter of the ocean. When not out in the water, she writes her heart out in her blog: www.millennialmermaid.com
Pilar Santos is a former journalist presently doing development work in Mindanao's hinterlands. She is a member of the Nasipit Collective.
Nikki Rivera Gomez
Nikki Rivera Gomez served in the OPMin senior staff. He authored “Coffee and Dreams on a Late Afternoon: Tales of Despair and Deliverance in Mindanao,” and “Mindanao on My Mind and Other Musings,” both published by the University of the Philippines Press.
Kukie Moreno
Kukie was born and raised in Mindanao but is now a Bangkok-based nurse. She describes herself this way: "Ordinary person saved by immense grace. Kailee's mom. Nurse. Foodie. Cook. Music lover. Filipino with a Thai palate. Can't stay put. ?" Follow her on Instagram: kukicrumbs
Ranier Maningding
Ranier Maningding is a 26 year-old Filipino college student majoring in Communication Studies at San Francisco State University. He doesn't smoke or drink, is an avid photographer who loves shooting peel apart film, 35mm and the occasional digital, has a 3 year old dog named Oso that he loves with all my hear.
Julia Sta. Romana
Julia Jasmine Madrazo-Sta. Romana is a scientist-turned-freelance writer and social media manager for a number of local and international websites. She’s also a full-time mom, a science communicator focused on IT and science news from Davao City, and a campaigner for internet rights. In her spare time, she and her husband like to binge-watch on cooking shows, bad movies, and Disney Junior shows.
Edwin G. Espejo
Edwin G. Espejo is a communications consultant of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP). He is former managing editor of the defunct Sun.Star General Santos.
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