A collaboration with US-based NGO Give2Asia, and one of their local partners, Shontoug Foundation. The Cordillera region, northern Philippines has seen increasingly chaotic weather patterns resulting in devastating disturbances for the farmers. Together, Give2Asia and Shontoug work to combine indigenous agricultural practices with modern technology to build more resilient farms. I spent a few days in Kapangan visiting the farmers and documenting the results of the work that has been implemented.
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