Mangyan Mission Handicrafts

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Beautifully hand-crafted accessories produced by the cooperation between an indigenous community and the Church that traces its roots back to the 1600s: This is what you will actually be witnessing, as you browse a wide-array of bead-necklaces, hand-woven clothes and apparels, and baskets made of nito, rattan and buli.

A glimpse of Mangyan heritage, culture through local designs from different tribes is showcased in these products, as they work hand-in-hand with the Church. You may order these products straight from Calapan City. 

The products are the fruit of the skills training provided by the Mangyan Mission Programme, in promotion of the Advocacy for Ancestral Domain and Livelihood for the Mangyan community. You may contact Carmelita E. Cruz of Mangyan Mission.


  • Bead Necklaces
  • Hand Woven Basket (Nito, Rattan, and Buli)
  • Hand Woven Cloth
          198 Quezon Drive,Calero, Calapan City 5200 Oriental MindoroPhilippines
          Tel No:(043) 288 3048
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