Social Enterprise

Equipping San Isidro farmers through agro-enterprise

PEF partners showcase chocolate products at KakaoKonek 2019

Social enterprises go green

PEF renews commitment to build capacities of Islamic Microfinance partners in BARMM

Young entreps launch grant facility to promote social impact in business

Young entrepreneurs build creative community for local growth

Padre Burgos LGU vows support for aquaculture development efforts

Learning exchange opens alternatives to coconut farmers

Farmers learn best practices in coffee farming

PEF pours PHP 54 million worth of projects in Mindanao for 2018

Enterprise opportunities for Padre Burgos’s Bantay Dagat

San Isidro farmers undergo farm practices trainings

Thousands to benefit from water system rehab in SouthCot

Embracing faith and development

Inclusive growth key to peace and prosperity in Mindanao

San Isidro to be the cacao capital of Davao del Norte

The light that LAMPCO brings to farmers

MFI, PEF, Electric Coops renew commitment to improve energy security in Soccsksargen

Thriving Bukidnon coffee industry gets a boost from public and private sectors

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“ A social enterprise has a multiplier effect. It is itself a way of gathering small producers to come together to market their products. That way everyone benefits.”

Abp. Tony Ledesma, Chair, 2008-2014