Bernie Tadeo, 41, remembers the time when his family struggled to make ends meet. His wife was the sole breadwinner so they had a hard time finding the money for food, their children’s school expenses and utility bills.
The predicament of Wencelito Gomez was typical of a Filipino farmer in constant struggle to make a living. Like most of his peers in Nueva Ecija, he found it difficult to find a steady market for his crops.
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