TPBPM aims to share stories of peace through different ways like videos, photos and articles that will help the public understand the importance of having a peaceful society and what they can do to help build a Culture of Peace in the country. 

Three months after the Mamasapano incident, the Teach Peace Build Peace Movement team went to Mamasapano to gather stories from the ground, thus the #whypeace Project was born.

Watch the videos below:

Give Peace a Chance 

A music video for TPBPM’s Give Peace a Chance composed and performed by Musician for Peace Ambassador, Nikki Dumag. The video is created by filmaker Rhadem Morados showing the different images of why we should all give peace a chance.

The Story of Tatak Elementary School in Mamasapano, Maguindanao.

The community’s dream of a long and lasting peace for their children.

Kapatiran School: CLP and Tatak Elementary School.

The Story of two schools, one from the Metro and the other one from the conflict area and how they inspire each other.

Si Mang Tok at ang mga Bakwit  sa Maguindanao

Mang Tok, one of the thousands of “bakwit” or evacuees in Shariff Aguak in Maguindanao, recounts the countless times he had to evacuate to flee from the armed encounters in his hometown. 

Civilians in the Battlefield: Sarah the Young Widow

It’s a story of Sarah from Brgy. Tukanalipao, Mamasapano, Maguindanao who’s husband was killed day after the Mamasapano incident.