Tag: food security

Edible Landscaping promotes Filipino household food production

The Edible Landscaping (EL) model developed by the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) is being promoted to help Filipino households produce their own food to address food security in the country.

Laguna agri-advocates set up Community Plant-ry to help feed people

Laguna agriculture advocate group Anahaw Laguna is taking the Maginhawa Community Pantry idea a step further and is setting up a Community Plant-ry to help teach people to eat the plants they themselves grow.

Bohol launches Communal Garden Project as sustainable food source

Bohol has launched its Communal Garden project as a sustainable food source for communities.

Young agripreneurs export Tarlac farmers’ okra harvest to Japan

Young Filipino agripreneurs are exporting 'okra' or ladyfingers to Japan to sustain agricultural-business and to support the livelihood of Tarlac farmers who are greatly affected by the fluctuation of 'palay' price.

UP Los Baños edible landscaping starter kits to help families create home gardens

University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) edible landscaping (EL) starter kits are helping families secure their food source with home gardens.

Nueva Ecija rice farmers learn sustainability practices from PAG-AHON project

Nueva Ecija rice farmers are gaining better skills, yield, and income through the “Sa Palay at Gulay – May Ani, Hanapbuhay, Oportunidad, at Nutrisyon (PAG-AHON) Project” of East-West Seed.

Smart food security program promoted by DOST partnership with PCAFI, Air21

A Smart food value chain to meet local food needs during the new normal is being promoted by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Philippine Chamber of Agriculture and Food, Inc. (PCAFI), and Air21 Global.

Baguio residents receive vegetable seedlings for home-based urban gardens

Baguio City residents are receiving vegetable seeds and seedlings to help them set up home-based urban gardens during the community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.

Camarines Sur church vegetable garden feeds townspeople in quarantine

A church vegetable garden in Camarines Sur is feeding townspeople during the community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
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Pasig City sends Mobile Palengke to directly serve communities under quarantine

Pasig City has found a creative way to prevent consumers from flocking to public markets through the Mobile Palengke.
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