For agrobiodiverse gardens in Quezon City Philippines Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: David Mabi and Tan Charlene

Promote access to good, clean, fair food in urban-poor communities by: 1) making micro food gardens as popular as neighborhood sari-sari stores for a healthy biodiverse diet (“sari-sari” means variety, biodiversity is a proxy indicator of household food security); 2) mainstreaming agro-ecological practices in these gardens through seed-saving, composting, food-rights education.

Quezon City

Kusina linking education, conservation and promoting agroecology of Southern Negros Philippines Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Dela Rosa Arlene G

To conserve agriculture biodiversity and promote its protection through sustainable on-farm seeds and crops conservation and on-site education activities involving farmers and the in-school and outof-school youth; To link and harness mutual cooperation between farmer-food producers, local consumers, in and out of school youth and cooks from local restaurants through local food exhibits /fairs, cooking demonstration, food tasting, and forums on sustainable food system and agro ecology.