CANADIAN SOCIAL ENTERPRISE PARTNERS CONNECT WITH IP COMMUNITIES

08-17 January 2020. Three Indigenous Communities in Mindanao welcomed the visit of 12 Canadians from Southern Ontario. This is part of PBCI-CFP Inclusive Development Team’s initiative to facilitate the connection between the coffee farming communities and prospective impact investors and market representatives. This relationship-building and social entrepreneurial partnership is based on justice, peace, and reconciliation. […]

PROMPTED BY MINDANAO EARTHQUAKES, CFP LEADERS ESTABLISHES LONG-TERM DISASTER RESPONSE PRINCIPLES

The CFP leaders participated in the PBCI-CFP Tribe’s initial response to the needs of the earthquake-affected families in Sitio Malipayon, Barangay Managa, Municipality of Bansalan, Province of Davao del Sur. The primary objective is to listen directly to the voice of the people on the ground. This will help the Coffee for Peace decision-makers to […]

CENTRAL MINDANAO IS BEING SHAKEN BY A SERIES OF POWERFUL EARTHQUAKES

We need help! We’ve been experiencing a series of earthquakes. Magnitude 6.3 last 16 October. Magnitude 6.6 last 29 October. Magnitude 6.5 last 31 October. 22 people died. 420 were injured. The earthquakes were tectonic, not volcanic — we’re not worried about Mt. Apo erupting. There have been no tsunami threat — the epicenter is inland. […]

THE 2019 SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS AWARDS RECOGNIZED CFP AS BEST SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AND FOR HAVING BEST FLAGSHIP INITIATIVES

07 October 2019, The Peninsula Manila, Philippines — The 2019 Sustainable Business Awards Philippines recognized Coffee For Peace for having The Best Flagship Initiatives and for being The Best Social Enterprise. The Sustainable Business Awards recognise companies for their outstanding performance on environmental and social sustainability, highlighting their successes and providing others with examples of […]

CFP WINS 2019 DOLE-NWPC NATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY AWARD AMONG MICRO-ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE SERVICE INDUSTRY

Friday, 04 October at The Sheraton Manila Bay — The National Wages Productivity Commission of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE-NWPC) recognized Coffee For Peace as National Winner — Service, Micro Establishment in their 2019 Productivity Olympics. The Productivity Olympics is a national competition of best productivity practices of micro, small and medium enterprise […]

NEW COFFEE FARMING COMMUNITIES IN CENTRAL MINDANAO WELCOME CFP

10-13 September 2019. Sihaya Ansibod, our Director of Field Operations, invited Lakan Sumulong, our Ama, to travel with her team. First, they met with our partners among the Erumanen Ne Menuvu tribe on Mt. Agkir-Agkir. Then they visited the Iranun coffee farmers in Alamada who invited them to market their coffee. Afterwards, they responded to […]

INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH SPECIALTY COFFEE IS PROMOTED IN DAVAO CITY

Last Thursday, 08 August 2019, Joji Pantoja, our CEO, represented PBCI-CFP Inclusive Development Consulting Team at a Specialty Coffee Forum held in Seda Hotel, Davao City. The purpose of the forum was to promote local tourism through culture and coffee. Marivic’s Importance in the Value Chain The highlight of the event was the inspirational message of Marivic Dubria, […]

TWO ROASTING MACHINES FROM TAIWAN ARE SET-UP TO ENHANCE PRODUCT QUALITY AND TO INCREASE PRODUCTION QUANTITY

To further build upon the economic sustainability of our farming partners among Indigenous, Bangsamoro, and Settler communities, PBCI and CFP are building shared roasting facilities allowing our coffee farming partners to roast their own beans and sell directly into local markets. Grateful to our Canadian impact investors Our partner, Mennonite Church Eastern Canada, started a […]

CFP INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT TEAM HELP ENHANCE BANGSAMORO COFFEE FARMING MANAGEMENT

Sihaya Ansibod leads a Peace and Reconciliation Team to train Bangsamoro folks in North Cotabato to enhance their coffee farming technique. These farmers have heard how some coffee communities we’ve trained were able to win in national coffee quality competitions and were able to export their specialty coffee to international market. They invited Sihaya and her team to share what […]

CLAY AND JUNE ROJO ENHANCE THEIR INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT OPERATIONS IN EASTERN MINDANAO

Clay and June Rojo have been journeying to fulfill their mission — to be a part of a national vision to establish at least one Peace and Reconciliation (PAR) community in every province in the country. They are particularly focusing to equip a group of students from the Central Mindanao University (CMU). This university serves as a major hub for […]