The Homeland Media Agency Inc. (HMA) is a non-partisan, non-profit multi-media organization with members comprising professionals and amateur Moro and non-Moro writers from non-government organizations, the academe, government agencies, religious organizations, women and the indigenous peoples.
It was organized in 2010 and registered with Securities and Exchange Commission (S.E.C) under Registration CN2001128739 on February 8, 2011.
HMA is an alternative source of balance and accurate news that transpire in the local communities and urban centers of Mindanao Region.
HMA is focused on promoting peace, holistic developments, human rights, good governance, socio-economic, political, cultural and spiritual aspects of local inhabitants and the communities where they live..
The Homeland Media Agency, Inc. envisions a competent peace journalists and media practitioners who conscientiously inform and educate citizens through multimedia with credible and accurate information towards just, progressive and peaceful communities.
To uphold independent and balance reporting that promotes peace and fosters responsible leadership; builds trust and confidence among stakeholders in order to serve as linkage between and among communities, policy makers and international communities.
To convey significant and reliable information and bridge the societal divides among communities.
1. To capacitate and enhance the media skills of the members of the Homeland Media Agency (HMA), Inc.
2. To strengthen HMA through intensified information drive for expansion.
3. To intensify peace advocacy, linkages and networking activities.
4. To undertake research, extension activities and document socio-economic, cultural, political issues and concerns of communities.
5. To engage in income generating programs, projects and activities.
6. To develop the spiritual well-being of members and non-members.
1. Organizational Development and Capacity Building
3. Advocacy and Networking
4. Research, Extension and Documentation
5. Resource Generation and Mobilization