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Sustainable Food Systems

Sustainable food systems projects such as the food shed farming enterprise expanded their reach by increasing youth engagement. The project empowered 124 youth and community members combined in Quezon City through the installation of food sheds in its three public high schools. It also engaged around 100 youth stakeholders of Baguio City in a sustainable food and food security workshop. The GRAINS Project, implemented in eight LGUs across the country, aims to address local food security and livelihood of rice-producing communities through technology transfer on yield improvement and crop diversification, among others. The sustainable food systems projects continue to advocate for food security by educating farmers and households on vertical and compact farming, sustainable rice farming, and financial stability through savings programs.

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