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Why our rice is never enough

Joe-Anna Marie C. Abelinde

A cursory look at reasons why the rice that we produce is never enough to meet our domestic needs

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For those who risk their lives to uphold faith, justice and integrity, you are our heroes

Joe-Anna Marie C. Abelinde

We have long taken for granted the freedom that comes with our democracy. But it doesn't negate the need to speak out against impunity. Give voice to your values. Speak out. Do not let the bullies silence you.

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Our ricelands are shrinking: Campaign for Land Use Policy Now! (CLUP Now!) reiterates calls for the passage of the National Land Use Bill

CLUP Now!

The National Land Use Bill has been certified by the President in his last State of the Nation Address. The declining number of land devoted to food production is detrimental to our food security as a nation, and will be hitting the most vulnerable segments of our population.

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ATM: Peer learning with our cooperative managers

Joe-Anna Marie C. Abelinde

Our partner-cooperatives' founding fathers reunited

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We are known to be resilient people, but how much more can we bear?

Joe-Anna Marie C. Abelinde

Those who are already vulnerable bear the brunt of disaster

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What constitutional provisions will CHACHA kill?

Joe-Anna Marie C. Abelinde

A cursory look at how the proposed constitution and federal set-up will affect property rights security and access to productive resources among farmers and fishers

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IN THE NEWS: Organic farming cooperators complete Department of Agrarian Reform's training on block farming production

Joe-Anna Marie Abelinde,

Organic rice farmers were trained on block farming production to improve production, post-harvest and processing efficiencies. Click here to see their journey

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Co-creating value: The organic rice farming communities in Iloilo

Luis dela Rosa

How our organic rice social enterprise started, and how it flourished by co-creating value for local communities

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Land and Food Run 2013

CARRD

In celebration of our 25th founding anniversary, we organized a benefit run for small-scale farmers on June 2013. The run was participated by CSO partners, government agencies like the Department of Agrarian Reform and Land Bank of the Philippines, and smallholder farmers. Enjoy watching!

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#SONA2018: Our State of the Nation Response

Joe-Anna Marie Abelinde

Reaction to Digong's 2018 SONA

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My name is Edna Aguilar. I am a woman farmer.

Leigh de Guzman.

We feature the life and struggles of a woman farmer-paralegal, and what its like to be a voice of the community.

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Sugarcane vinegar production helps Batangas families cope with disasters

Luis de la Rosa

The United Nations Democracy Fund helps women in disaster-prone areas find alternative livelihood sources to ensure their households' needs are met

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