As the Philippines prepares to celebrate its national day of mourning, many camps are set to celebrate their own birthday with festivities, which are expected to include food and drink sales, and the introduction of new food items.
However, this year, many of the camps are also planning to hold their own commemorative events in the name of Fema, which means the “children of Fems.”
The Philippines government has not released details about the date or location of the commemorative celebrations.
Some camps are holding special events for Fema members, including a birthday party, a traditional Fema birthday feast, and a children’s camp.
However the Fems will not be attending the celebrations, according to the camp organizers.
“This year, we are preparing to hold our own celebration to honor Fems who have been in detention,” said Manda G. Sanchez, the chief of the camp, in a statement.
“We have decided to hold a celebration for our children in honor of Females in detention.”
Camp organizers also plan to set up a Fems-only memorial on their camp property, according a press release from Camp Aguinaldo.
The camp will also host a “Fems-Only” memorial to mark the centennial of the liberation of Femen in 2017.
Fema has been one of the most outspoken activists in the fight against President Rodrigo Duterte.
During his first year in office, Duterte banned the organization from holding official gatherings, as well as its own gatherings, and issued a temporary ban on gatherings and events.
In 2018, Duterte removed Fems from the list of illegal organizations.
Fems has repeatedly called for the liberation and recovery of its imprisoned comrades, including Femen’s former leader, Fems niece, and Fems mother, Maria Fems.
Fems spokesperson Alex Abad said the Femes organization is working with the Philippines government and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to organize the commemoration.
“We have a lot of support from the people, including the Philippines, the Philippines Ministry of Justice and the Filipino Red Cross, so it’s very important to us,” Abad told CNN Philippines.
Abad said that the FEMes organizers have received support from international organizations, including UNICEF and the World Food Program.
He added that the camps has received support in the form of funds from the Philippine government.
Read more about Fema and its role in the Philippine resistance movement: Fems: Fems camp celebrates birthday in the Filipino capital The Filipino Red Crescent Society (PRCS) has also donated $5,000 to help the camp in their commemorative event.
This is the third year in a row that the PRCS has provided assistance to Fems, which was founded in 1946 in the southern Philippines and has since expanded to other provinces in the country.
The PRCS is a national humanitarian relief agency that provides assistance to the poor and vulnerable in the wake of disasters, natural disasters and natural disasters in all regions of the country, including disaster areas, and in remote areas.
PRCS President Liza Dutta said the organization would be assisting in setting up the FMs anniversary celebration, which is expected to take place in October.
Dutta told CNN that the event would be open to the public and that attendees would be given the opportunity to register for tickets.
According to the PRSC, the Fmems anniversary celebration will feature a large feast and a celebration with food and drinks sales.
Participants will also be given a commemorative poster and a signed Fems’ flag.
There is no official confirmation yet about the event’s location, but there is a website with details about how to register and the event, which also says the celebration will take place at the camp.