Coffee-based industry projects get P 5.48M funding from PEF

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Of the 37 newly approved projects of the Peace and Equity Foundation, four coffee-based industry projects made it to the list.

Coffee social enterprises, Atok Arabica Coffee Growers Marketing Cooperative, and Kape Maramag received funding for coffee consolidation & marketing, and working capital, respectively.

KAPE MARAMAG is a small-scale community-based coffee enterprise managed by the Rural Improvement Club (RIC) Federation based in Maramag, Bukidnon. It won first place for Robusta category during the recent Kape Pilipino: Green Coffee Quality Competition last February 27 to March 4, 2017. While Atokape is a brand that offers a different variety of Arabica coffee, managed by the Atok Arabica Coffee Growers Marketing Cooperative (ACOGMAC) located in a small town of Atok in Benguet Province.

One of the approved coffee programs is Philippine Coffee Alliance’s Incubating Community based Coffee Enterprise: From Soil to Cup.

Another project is the upcoming 10th Coffee Summit by the Philippine Coffee Board.

Completing the 37 projects, please see table:

SOCIAL ENTERPRISES IN C4
PHP 19,237,800

COCONUT

CACAO

COFFEE

CANE SUGAR

Reviving the Coco Coir Industry in Padre Burgos
Quezon
Coco Husk Innovations, Inc.
2,000,000

Financing Assistance for Cacao Production
Davao del Sur
Seed Core Agro-International Corp.
2,000,000

Working Capital Financing for Kape Maramag
Bukidnon
Rural Improvement Club (RIC) Federation of Kape Maramag
500,000

Area Expansion for Sugar Cane Block Farming
Negros Occidental
Had. Malaga Cuenca Agrarian Reform Cooperative
2,000,000

Sustainability of VCO Production in Sta. Maria Laguna
Quezon
Amazing Foods Corporation
1,000,000

Working Capital assistance for cacao processing
Davao del Norte
Chocolate de San Isidro
1,000,000

Availment of a higher credit line for coffee consolidation & marketing, Atok, Benguet
Benguet
Atok Arabica Coffee Growers Marketing Cooperative
3,435,000

Financing Facility for Planters Association of Small Sugar Cane Farmers, Kabankalan City
Negros Occidental
Occidental Negros Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Cooperative
2,000,000

Cocolink
Davao del Sur
Davao Region Coconut Industry Cluster, Inc.
150,000

Cacao Bean Trading- Scale up Project
Davao del Sur
Subasta Integrated Farmers MPC
500,000

Incubating Community based Coffee Enterprise: From Soil to Cup
CAR, Socksargen, Davao, ARMM
Philippine Coffee Alliance
1,052,800

 

 

 

10th National Coffee Summit 2017
National
Philippine Coffee Board Inc (PCBI)
500,000

 

SOCIAL ENTERPRISES IN NON-C4
PHP 18,868,548

OTHER
AGRI-RELATED SEs

BASIC
SOCIAL SERVICES

TRADING/MARKETING/MANUFACTURING

EVENTS & OTHERS

Agro Enterprise in 8 Steps Clustering Approach and Low Tunnel Rain Shelter for Cut-flower Production
Cebu
Lamac Multi Purpose Cooperative
80,250

Stategic Social Enterprise Program for Patients Affected by Leprosy
National
Culion Foundation, Inc.
267,000

Organic Options Inc. Scale-up Plan
Nueva Viscaya, Various provinces in Region 4A
Organic Options Inc.
3,000,000

The Solar Show 2017
National
Impact Hub Manila
100,000

 

Solar Sari-Sari Store Pilot Deployment
Rizal
Solar Solutions, Inc.
500,000

R2R Purchase Order Financing
National
Rags to Riches, Inc.
1,000,000

Stove Plus Workshop
National
Iloilo Code NGOs, Inc.
475,000

 

Charcoal Briquette from Water Hyacinth
Tarlac
HIGi Consultancy Corporation
500,000

Warehouse Renovation and Asset Acquisition for Warehouse Operations
National
Global Organic and Wellness Corp.
2,000,000

 

 

Market Research and Customer Development for Heat Powered Refrigeration Solutions
Tarlac
Clever Heat Clean Technology Solutions, Inc.
500,000

 

 

 

Hydrological Study and Water System Improvement in Palawan
Palawan
Culion Foundation, Inc.
715,000

 

 

 

Rehabilitation and Upgrading of KAWSSCO Water System
Cebu
Kauswagan Water & Sanitation Service Cooperative
8,731,298

 

 

 

Impact Hub Fellowship Program on Renewable Energy
National
Impact Hub Manila
1,000,000

 

 

DISASTER RISK REDUCTION, RELIEF,
REHABILITATION 1
PHP22,750,000

MARAWI EMERGENCY RESPONSE

TYPHOON LAWIN RELIEF OPERATIONS

FIRE RELIEF OPERATIONS

 

CODE-NGO: Enabling Partners to Respond in Marawi’s Emergency
Lanao del Sur
Caucus of Development NGO Networks
750,000

Alalay sa Pagbangon Program: A Super Typhoon Lawin Post-Disaster Project
National
Alalay sa Kaunlaran, Inc.
20,000,000

Kaisa Ka Oplan Sagip Bayan- Parola Fire
NCR
Kababaihan Para sa Kalayaan ng Bayan
250,000

 

Donate for Iftar Kits
Lanao del Sur
The Moropreneur Inc.
250,000

 

 

 

Tabang Marawi Emergency Response
Lanao del Sur
Social Action Center- Archdiocese of CDO
250,000

 

 

 

Appeal for Marawi Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs)
Lanao del Sur
Philippine Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas-Mindanao
250,000

 

 

 

Request for Humanitarian Support to Internally Displaced Persons from the Crisis in Marawi
Lanao del Sur
Eisenhower Fellows Association of the Phils.
1,000,000

 

 

 

GENERAL DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT
PHP 22,019,888

45th Annual General Assembly
Luzon
Association of Foundations
200,000

First Women’s Economic Empowerment and Social Enterprise Regional Visioning & Engagement Conference
National
Institute for Social Entrepreneurship in Asia
257,250

Plan for a New Tomorrow (PLANT): Understanding and defining appropriate responses to opportunities and challenges of NGO leadership transition
National
Association of Foundations
580,000

Teacher Fellows for Underserved Schools
National
Teach for the Philippines, Inc.
200,000

CODE-NGO 6th Congress and Social Development Celebration 2017
National
Caucus of Development NGO Networks
3,000,000

References:

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/davao/business/2017/03/23/mindanao-coffee-shines-natl-coffee-gab-532544

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