World Bank-Mindanao Trust Fund Program affirms sustainable development in Mindanao its top priority (Published: May 29, 2015)

Cotabato City, May 29, 2015 (PIA) – As a policy of transparency and accountability in project implementation in support to the peace process, members of the local media had the opportunity to personally see and validate ongoing projects and interact with beneficiaries of socio-economic programs of the Bangsamoro Development Agency (BDA) funded through the Mindanao Trust Fund.

Multi-donor facility enables recovery of conflict-affected villages in Mindanao (Published: May 27, 2015)

Cotabato City,  May 27, 2015 – The Mindanao Trust Fund (MTF), a multi-donor facility administered by the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP), the Bangsamoro Development Agency (BDA) and the World Bank (WB) has facilitated the implementation of socio-economic programs and projects in various villages in Mindanao that have been disturbed by armed conflicts.

.5M people benefit from multi-donor program for conflict-torn areas in Mindanao (Published: May 27, 2015)

COTABATO CITY (MindaNews/27 May 2015) — Some 500,000 people in 214 conflict-affected villages in Mindanao have been reached by a multi-donor program in support to the peace process since 2006.

WB showcases projects in Maguindanao's conflict affected areas (Published: May 27, 2015)

COTABATO CITY, May 27, 2015 — After a decade of supporting peace process in Mindanao, the World Bank through the Mindanao Trust Fund has showcased on Tuesday the development assistance in conflict affected areas in Mindanao. 

WB-MTF: Giving peace a chance to work in war-torn Mindanao (Published: May 27, 2015)

COTABATO CITY, May 27, 2015 – Ten years after, the components of the longest-running program supporting peace and development in war-torn Mindanao are being showcased by proponent World Bank as a way of promoting the peace process and providing for the needs of the people. 
Perlita Laogan of Barangay Romangaob in South Upi, Maguidanao is one of the beneficiaries of an extension project for a post harvest facility.
She recalled how in the past they used to wait for some time to dry corn or palay using a tarpaulin as dryer.