Panuhugtuhug "a Traditional Beadworks Training" was first conducted at Sitio Ibuan, Brgy. Mampi, Lanuza, Surigao del Sur where their association of the Manobo Weavers “IBUKA” or Ibuan Buhing Kultura Association was created.

This training was facilitated by the Provincial Tourism Office of Surigao del Sur as part of the Provincial Government’s efforts headed by Governor Alexander T. Pimentel in providing sustainable livelihood programs/projects to the identified PRLEC communities in line with the implementation of EO 70- "Whole of Nation Approach" under the Poverty Reduction, Livelihood and Employment Cluster ( PRLEC ). Although it was created on 2019, the implementation of the Provincial Tourism Office started on 2020 and one of the intervention of the office is through this training. It’s priority is to preserve the dying culture of the Manobo and to uplift the source of livelihood in their respective community.

Ang organisayon dili lang nagtan-aw sa financial nga income apan ang pinakadakong impact mao ang pag preserbar sa KULTURA ug TRADISYON sa maong TRIBO pinaagi sa pagpadayon sa mga mo sunod na henerasyon aron dili nila malimtan kung asa sila gikan.
Ms. Mary Vil C. Chan
Provincial Tourism Officer of SurSur

After Sitio Ibuan which is the pioneer barangay for the Panuhugtuhug Training it was then followed by 6 identified communities (Sitio Simowao Brgy. Diatagon, Brgy. Cabangahan, Cantilan, Brgy. Bayogo, Madrid, Sitio Mam-on Brgy. Tubo-Tubo, Cagwait, Brgy. Castillo, San Miguel, Sitio Han-ayan KM-16, Brgy. Diatagon, Lianga, Surigao del Sur) and 2 adopted barangays (Brgy. Umalag and Sitio Inadan, Brgy. Magroyong, San Miguel, Surigao del Sur).

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PANUHUGTUHUG PRODUCTS

These traditional beadworks demo and display made by different IP communities of Surigao del Sur are often called "Panuhugtuhug". The style exemplifies the uniqueness and identity of these indigenous products
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