Saganang Amin: Notes on the Exhibit

March 11, 2016

  Saganang amin captures the stories of women as they gather food amidst their struggles for land and water rights, for secure settlements and protection against natural and economic shocks, for a voice in their own households, and for equal recognition and opportunity in this country. It believes that when women’s roles are recognized, and […]

Back in the Game: Winning strategies for private sector investments on small producers in the Philippines

March 1, 2013

The towering presence of supermarkets and food retail outlets in almost every major street and district seem to conjure an image of a vibrant agriculture, an encouraging sign of the bright prospects facing this important segment of the economy. It conceals the desperation that pervades in some rural villages. This paper outlines why majority of […]