“This could take longer but we’re prepared.” This assurance is uttered by an organic farmer from Malitbog, Bukidnon when asked how are they addressing the impacts of COVID-19. Eugenio Geraldo […]
John Raymund Jurada, 27, left a promising job in the city and decided to continue the legacy established by his father, Arthur. This proud father and son tandem from Mlang, North Cotabato found more fulfilment […]
“We are fine in here inspite of the limited movements of goods due to the lockdown being implemented by the government because our own farm provides us with the commodities we need.” These words of assurance from Teodulo Badillo and his wife Delia, our farmer leaders […]
In a time when many of us would think for ourselves and families, who would have expected that these four women farmers from Mindanao would do extraordinary act — donating a total of 117 sacks of their farm-fresh organic rice […]
A just and sustainable society where farmers are empowered, and their rights fulfilled.
To help build resilient farming communities and sustainable economies among poor farmers.
Agro-Eco Philippines asserts the right to food of the people, reduce hunger in the poor farming communities, improve the quality of life and increase the adaptive capacity of the farmers to climate change through agro-ecology, continuing technical and on-farm innovations, social enterprise advocacy and solidarity at all levels.
- Agro-Eco Bayanihan Spirit (Mutual Help);
- People and Ecology Before Profit;
- Farmer to farmer sharing of knowledge and innovations
- Respect of Cultures, Ethnicities, Religion and Gender;
- Seed is life and meant to be shared for the common good