Leadership Training to scale family farms to address hunger: Module 2

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Module 2 of our Leadership Training to scale family farms to address hunger First day of the Agri-Enterprise Leadership in Governance with 7 LGU’s. The status reports of the LGU’s are impressive. They have a sharp insight to the issues. Also impressed with the LOAMC technical team in mentoring the LGU’s. The LGU’s are able to monitor how much proportions of the family’s food come from the farms (68.1% ave.). One of the issue of the family farm is a feasible size. We hope to target small sizes but there is a limit in moving into Sustainable, Organic Farming. Interestingly, curious on how Social Justice and Faith in Nature was titled as PANANAMPALATAYA.

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