What We Do
In this age, money is more powerful than men. We exist to give hope to the victims of monetary enslavement. We build communities where we practice collaborative consumption, an exchange of resources according to need. It is a form of bartering goods between families. Through this, we take money out of the equation and bring back the dignity of families. They do not have to rely on having money to feel wealthy, instead we cultivate talent, hard work and teamwork.
We have open gardens wherein we allow families to plant together and harvest together. They can then use these goods to get medical attention, education, clothing, transportation and other needs from our network of professionals who support our communities.
Model Community Progress Report: 2016
Sta. Rosa Olango Community
Race2020: No More Hunger
Listen to our Theme song written by Swapna Abraham
Help End Poverty
Studies show hunger persists not because of food production shortage. There are actually plenty of resources —enough to feed the world. The problem is the ability to afford it. With no enough money to buy food, and not enough resources for crop growth, nearly 24% of the Philippines is suffering from extreme hunger.
Philippines Global Hunger Index: 2014
Philippines ranks 29th in the world, considered to have serious hunger situation. –International Food Policy Research Institute (ifpri.org), 2014
The Philippines ranks 10th in the world with 16.5 million undernourished Filipinos –UNICEF (unicef.org), 2011-2013
The Philippines has 27% unemployment rate, which equates to 12.4 million jobless Filipinos struggling to survive. –Social Weather Stations (SWS) , 2015
32.8 million of the Philippine population live in slums. –Homeless International , 2008
Victor & Gelia Canete
Rodrigo & Elley Legara
Vidal & Cynthia Canete
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We now have 3 pregnant sow due this coming December.
We use organic feeds like azolla. Azolla is a native water plant with some seriously exciting attributes for anyone looking to develop closed-loop cycles for organic animal feed. It’s high in protein and minerals, fixes nitrogen, is palatable to chickens, pigs, goats, ducks and cows, and can be grown on any closed body of water.
We are glad to report that our piggery farm goal has finally become a reality! Thanks to our donor Vidal Canete.
BIG NEWS! The very talented Swapna Abraham of 1000 songs in 1000 days has created a very beautiful song for our organization. We are so honored and happy to be a part of her creative success! Listen to our new theme song No More Hunger by Swapna Abraham More power to her, don’t forget to[…]
Farming – we grow our own food. We start growing short term crops so we can harvest within three to six months. Then we grow medium term and long term crops including calamity proof crops. Poultry – we grow hybrid native chicken. Resistant to diseases and fed with our own farm crops and other[…]