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A Bayanihan Project is feeding farmers who feed the nation with their fresh produce but are now themselves going hungry due to the lockdown that closed markets to stop the spread of COVID 19.
Rural Rising PH's project Crate Hope is feeding displaced jeepney drivers.
A Better World is rising for farmers and consumers at the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman.
The Yamang Bukid Farm of Puerto Princesa in Palawan has reopened to visiting guests interested in their healthy organic products and urban farming.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has bought 69 million kilos of corn from Filipino farmers in a bid to support local food sources.
Pinoy farming crowdfunder Cropital has been named an Asian startup to watch closely in 2020 by Fintechnews Singapore.
As the year 2019 closes today, the Filipino tradition of placing round fruits on the table during New Year's Eve takes center stage and a scramble to find 12 round fruits to symbolize money...
Groups from the University of the Philippines Diliman and Los Baños campuses are practicing what they preach in assemblies and fora by helping Filipino farmers sell their produce at the right fair trade price. Global...
The University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons Men's Basketball Team (UPMBT) players are taking a stand as UP student-athletes to support local farmers. Members of the UP basketball squad were seen on social media this...
IKEA has announced it will source local organic food for its in-store restaurant in the Philippines. The initiative was revealed as the Swedish company prepares to open the world's largest IKEA store in Manila...
Many communities in Mindanao are among the poorest of the poor, with poverty rates as high as 70 percent.
The stories and aspirations of Filipino farmers are again celebrated in the 3rd edition of the ToFarm Film Festival in Philippine cinemas this September.
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