Families with secure land rights have better
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Communities become more disaster- resilient if they have social protection.
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Organic farms are environmentally-sustainable,
economically-viable and socially just.
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Post-harvest, processing and marketing support can help farming families and
communities improve their socioeconomic conditions
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We feature the life and struggles of a woman farmer-paralegal, and what its like to be a voice of the community.Visit Article
The United Nations Democracy Fund helps women in disaster-prone areas find alternative livelihood sources to ensure their households' needs are metVisit Article
This is the life and work of one of our pioneering farmer-paralegals in Batangas. Paralegals are farmers, who by their training in agrarian reform laws, assist their fellow farmers in improving their land tenure conditions.Visit Article
As of June 2016, almost 600,000 hectares of agricultural land remain undistributed. Landowners stall the land acquisition and distribution process through various methods.Visit Article
Collective CLOA and second generation issuesVisit Article
This position paper was developed under the National Engagement Strategy (NES) of the International Land Coalition (ILC) in the Philippines.Visit Article
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