Women Nourishing Cities: Recipes for transforming the urban food systems of the Philippines

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This document is an abridged version of a report prepared by Dante Dalabajan for Oxfam Pilipinas as part of its Food Hives to Nourishing Cities (FH2NC) Project. Prof. Buenaventura Dargantes, PhD led the team of field researchers in gathering the qualitative data for the report. He also provided assistance on editing the report. The team of field researchers were composed of Prof. Ana Asumpta Perez, PhD, Anna Manahan, Lino Moleta, Jake Pilare and Eula Diza Arpoceple. Sasha Dalabajan assisted in proofreading the report, cross-checking the secondary sources, and documented the team meetings of the research team.

The full report was reviewed by Earwin Belen, Blandina Bobson and Marc Cohen. This abridged version was developed by Miah Maye Pormon. The Oxfam Pilipinas team - Erika Ione Gay Geronimo, Leah Payud, Randee Cabaces, April Ann Bulanadi, Aprille Grace Nazaret and Eleiza Recaro - supported the finalization of this report.

The Food Hives to Nourishing Cities Project is being implemented by Oxfam Pilipinas, together with partners Institute for Social Entrepreneurship in Asia (ISEA) and AGREA Agricultural Communities International Foundation Inc. The project aims to establish regenerative, just, and nourishing food systems.

The publication of this report aims to share research results, contribute to public debate, and invite feedback on development and humanitarian policy and practice. It does not necessarily reflect the policy positions of the organizations jointly publishing it. The views expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the individual organizations.