Farmers learn best practices in coffee farming
For the coffee industry in Ifugao to be commercially viable, farmers must increase production and upgrade coffee quality first.
Cupping competition highlights emerging Ifugao coffee industry
The coffee industry in Asipulo, Ifugao got a major boost with the conduct of the first Cupping Competition during the town’s Kulpi’d Asipulo Festival on April 16, 2019.
Thriving Bukidnon coffee industry gets a boost from public and private sectors
PEF, in its effort to improve the lives of coffee farmers, has allotted almost PHP 8 million in loans and grants in the province for infrastructure and capacity-development of its social enterprise partners and their members.
Sweet Scent of Success for Hojap Coffee coffee
Hojap Multi-Purpose Cooperative (Hojap MPC) manager Shirley Tagtag shares how the cooperative grew to become one of the leading coffee producers in Asipulo, Ifugao, through the hard work and determination of its members.
Hope in HOJAP coffee
Being the second highest official of Kape Maramag women’s organization, Ms. Galendez knew by heart the beginnings of their organization.
Promoting good agricultural practices to Ifugao coffee farmers
The training hopes to improve the farmers’ incomes through the adoption of sustainable practices and international quality standards to boost domestic coffee output.
SE partner Atokape bags Arabica Cupping Competition in Coffee Congress
Atok is located high in the Cordillera mountains. Its high elevation and well-drained soil makes Atok ideal for growing coffee.
The Women of Kape Maramag
PEF invests in farmers’ enterprises to bring many communities out of poverty.
When North meets South – a Learning Exchange
At the sight of the bountiful green coffee berries, the visitors from the North who are mostly coffee growers could not believe their eyes.
Atok Arabica Coffee Growers Marketing Cooperative: Blending opportunities and challenges
As the old generation struggles to pass on its coffee growing culture to the new generation, more people in Atok are now optimistic that producing coffee.