Tommy Pangcoga

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Ahmed Harris Ramuros Pangcoga (born 21 April 1972), best known as Tommy Pangcoga, is a writer and non-government organization worker based in Mindanao, the Philippines. [1]


He was the Training and Project Development Officer of Consortium of Bangsamoro Civil Society, the largest civil society organization (CSO) composed of Moro non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and people's organizations (POs) from 2007 to 2010. [2]

He was a president of Kaakbay Tri-People Youth Dialogue, a non-stock, non-profit, non-government cross-sectoral youth organization. [3] [4] and executive director of Kabataang Mindanao Para sa Kapayapaan (KAMINKAP) or Mindanao Youth for Peace, [5] [6] a local youth-oriented NGO that focused on the propagation of the Culture of Peace. He was also a consultant to Catholic Relief Services in Mindanao.

Pangcoga is an ethnic Maranao, one of the several multilingual ethnic groups comprising the Moro people, the largest mainly non-Christian [7] group in the Philippines.

He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega.

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