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Press Release | Monoculture, Monopoly, Monarchy, Marcos

September 22, 2023

by MASIPAG National Office

MASIPAG is one with the Filipino people in commemorating the 51st anniversary of Martial Law. From 1973 up to the ousting of Marcos Sr. in 1986, Martial Law gravely reoriented the entire trajectory of our country making it as economically and agriculturally unsustainable today. Against historical revisionism that aims to deodorize its myriad of crimes […]

Feeling Climate Change to the Bones | Meet our MASIPAG Speakers

September 4, 2023

by MASIPAG National Office

Here are our MASIPAG speakers for Feeling Climate Change to the Bones this6 Sep 2023, 1-3PM PST 3-5PM AEST via Zoom Register here to join the Webinar:…/feeling-climate-change-to-the… Rodolfo F. Cortez, Jr. on Organising for Change Mr Cortez is an active and energetic MASIPAG farmer-trainer and Peoples Organisation (PO) leader of BAKAS, a PO-member of MASIPAG […]

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Tboli group works to restore indigenous crops, methods in Soccsksargen

August 29, 2023

by MASIPAG National Office

Originally published in by LUCELLE F. BONZO , August 21, 2023 INDIGENOUS FARMING. Tboli farmers working on a farm in the Soccsksargen region. (Photo courtesy of Welna Samulde) DAVAO CITY, Philippines – Erratic weather patterns do not bother Ranel Samulde, a 44-year-old Tboli farmer in the Soccsksargen region while he waits for the palay he planted […]


August 23, 2023

by MASIPAG National Office

Event Details Date: 6 September 2023 at 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Philippine Time The work and understanding of climate change are heavily based on technocentric frames where the voices of vulnerable communities most affected are largely ignored. There is an urgent need to give a platform to those communities for whom climate change is […]

PRESS STATEMENT | Strengthen Local Production Not Over Reliance to Importation, as Answer to Rice Crisis – MASIPAG 

August 17, 2023

by MASIPAG National Office

According to the Department of Agriculture (DA), the country is expecting a price decrease for rice following the government’s continuing talks with the major rice importing countries Vietnam and India. With an intention to import 500,000 metric tons of rice for this year, the clamor to holistically strengthen our own rice industry through farmer-led agroecology […]