Non-Government Organization Practices on Peace Building Process

  • Munain H. Haron Bagoinged Elementary School
Keywords: Non-Government Organization, Peace, Unity, Pikit North Cotabato, Philippines


Generally, this study aimed to determine the influence and contribution of the socio-demographic profile of the NGO officers and practices on the peace building process. Specifically, it aimed to determine the socio-demographic profile of the NGO officers, the level of practices of NGO activities, the level of conduct of different initiatives on the peace building process, and the effect of the socio-demographic profile and NGO practices on the peace building process. 47 NGO officers who served as respondents of the study. Percentage and frequency were used to describe the socio-demographic profile of the officers. Mean was used to determine the level of practices of NGO and peace building processes; multiple regression analysis was used to test the hypotheses of the study. It was found out that most of the NGO officers were under the age bracket of 26 – 30 years old male, Maguindanaon, married, primary and high school graduate in Arabic and English Education, had 11,000 – 20,000 monthly income and gave 600 – 1,500 weekly to support the operation of the organization. Findings further revealed that the NGO officers fully practiced relational dimension, peace building agents, and communication and consultation.

Author Biography

Munain H. Haron, Bagoinged Elementary School

Pikit South District, Cotabato Division


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