IBON Foundation, Inc.

Quezon City - Philippines

Phone: (+632)9277060 to 62
Fax: (+632)9292496

Organisational Profile
IBON Foundation, Inc. is working with Development & Poverty Alleviation, Neo-Liberal Globalization, Environnment & Climate, Democratization & Good Governance, Migration, South Asia


IBON Center
114 Timog Avenue
Quezon City 1103


Ms. Jazminda Lumang - Executive Director
Mr. Antonio A. Tujan, Jr. - International Director
Ms. Rosario Bella Guzman - Executive Director

Mission statement

IBON is a non-stock, non-profit development institution committed to serve the Filipino people, and marginalized sectors and grassroots movements in Philippines and the world through various programs in research-education-information.

IBON commits itselfs:
- to promote a new understanding of sicio-economic issues
- to explore alternative systems, social structures, economic programs and development paradigms that best serve the interests and aspirations of the Filipino people
- to bring this knowledge and information to the greatest number so that they may effectively participate in creating a free, democratic and progressive Philippines

Special focus

IBON is focused on socio-economic concerns. Through its researches and incisive analysis of socioeconomic issues, IBON imparts knowledge to the marginalized sectors and grassroots movements to empower them for democratic action.


- International network development (including hosting regional and global networks)
- Advocacy and capacity development in various thematic areas, such as people's governance, food sovereignty, migrants, aid affectiveness, CSO effectiveness, climate change and water.
- Advocacy in international people's campaigns and struggles
- Service support (branches management and development).

Resource persons
Jazminda L. Buncan
Antonio A.Tujan Jr.
Jose Enrique Africa

Resource documents
Facts & Figures
IPE Journal
Education for Development Magazine
IBON Philippines Profile
IBON Manual on Facilitating Participatory Research
IBON Primers Series
Presence of US Military Troops in the Philippines Increases in the Past Decade
IBON International to Host International Conference on Fisheries and Globalization
US-Philippines Relations: Resurgent Neocolonialism
Measuring Development Inaccurately
Different but same-same?

Associated Calender Events
International Conference on Fisheries and Globalization

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Last updated 06.07.2009