Kodao Productions is an alternative multi-media outfit that produces video documentaries and news reports on burning social issues in the Philippines. Kodao also produces radio programs for national radio networks and community radio stations throughout the country. It helps marginalized communities and sectors in the establishment of community radio stations.
“Kodao” is a knotted rattan string that served as the Philippines’ first calendar. Each knot represents a community event. Kodao Productions is dedicated in documenting events that affect the Filipinos’ search for a national identity and quest for genuine democracy, sovereignty and economic development. Kodao distinguishes itself from commercial media outfits with its strong commitment to serve the underserved and marginalized sectors of Philippine society.
Latest posts by Kodao Productions
Klinika Bernardo pioneers, innovates community health care for HIV patients in the Philippines
"I thought my life had become meaningless. But here I am, helping others live on."
Two decades of renewable energy in a remote Isneg community in Northern Philippines
"The Katablangan project is a story of the Cordillera’s abundant source of renewable energy that is harnessed by culturally-sensitive and appropriate technology for the benefit of its people."
As typhoon causes floods in the Philippines, cellphone ‘load’ becomes disaster relief
Mobile phones are a reliable way for families to exchange information during disasters in the Philippines when power and communication services break down by strong winds and flooding.
Tears and rage after Congress rejects franchise renewal of the Philippines’ biggest media network
"Our dreams and future, these are the things they took away from us. I’ve worked so hard for this. But it’s gone in an instant. You are inhumane!”
Philippine art town unites against mining extension
Citing grave damages to their environment after five decades of gravel extraction, the people of Angono town are petitioning against the extension of mining in their area.
A fishing village and mangrove habitat in the Philippines faces threats of reclamation
"We will not leave our homes. We will fight so long as there are people supporting us and giving us the strength to fight."