Stories

The Future of Agriculture

My family was in a difficult situation before my father
started cultivating our own land. When he was still a farmworker, he goes out
to work at 4 AM and comes back home at 6 PM. He was ear

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A Sustainable Farmer Organization

KAISAHAN’s
interventions really improved me as an individual. I didn’t know how to talk
with DAR and other government officials before. I see them as “matataas na tao.”
I used to think so

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Paralegals in the Front Lines

Our
members were able to use the knowledge we learned from the paralegal training.
We worked hard until we got installed in 2017. We are still having problems in
fully cultivating it thoug

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Land Rights Over Regular Job

We
met KAISAHAN in 2017 through MARO Mario Lagahit. In the same year, we attended
the paralegal training in CICM. Since then, we are closely coordinating with
KAISAHAN when it comes to our

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Farmers in Transition

KAISAHAN
is the first NGO to ever assist us. We are thankful that even though we still
don’t have land yet, KAISAHAN was able to help us find a source of funds that
can be of great help to us

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A Kagawad and a Paralegal

KAISAHAN helped me improve as an individual. I am an
honorary member of HABENARBA, so even though I am not an ARB, I was able to
work directly with KAISAHAN, and attend the trainings they o

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Informed Advocates

Everything
changed after KAISAHAN’s engagement with our organization. There was a change
on how government agencies treated us. They used to see us as illiterate
individuals, and we can fe

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A Dignified Farmer Leader

I didn’t really trust KAISAHAN at first. I even talked back at Inday and Nang Belen when they first talked to me about helping us getting our land. I believed that they will just use us (farm

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Positive Outlook

We were really confused when we first heard about us being agrarian reform beneficiaries. Through word of mouth, we got the news that the 4-hectare land was awarded to us by CARP. However, so

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The Future of Agriculture

My family was in a difficult situation before my father
started cultivating our own land. When he was still a farmworker, he goes out
to work at 4 AM and comes back home at 6 PM. He was ear

Read More

A Sustainable Farmer Organization

KAISAHAN’s
interventions really improved me as an individual. I didn’t know how to talk
with DAR and other government officials before. I see them as “matataas na tao.”
I used to think so

Read More

Paralegals in the Front Lines

Our
members were able to use the knowledge we learned from the paralegal training.
We worked hard until we got installed in 2017. We are still having problems in
fully cultivating it thoug

Read More

Land Rights Over Regular Job

We
met KAISAHAN in 2017 through MARO Mario Lagahit. In the same year, we attended
the paralegal training in CICM. Since then, we are closely coordinating with
KAISAHAN when it comes to our

Read More

Farmers in Transition

KAISAHAN
is the first NGO to ever assist us. We are thankful that even though we still
don’t have land yet, KAISAHAN was able to help us find a source of funds that
can be of great help to us

Read More

A Kagawad and a Paralegal

KAISAHAN helped me improve as an individual. I am an
honorary member of HABENARBA, so even though I am not an ARB, I was able to
work directly with KAISAHAN, and attend the trainings they o

Read More

Informed Advocates

Everything
changed after KAISAHAN’s engagement with our organization. There was a change
on how government agencies treated us. They used to see us as illiterate
individuals, and we can fe

Read More

A Dignified Farmer Leader

I didn’t really trust KAISAHAN at first. I even talked back at Inday and Nang Belen when they first talked to me about helping us getting our land. I believed that they will just use us (farm

Read More

Positive Outlook

We were really confused when we first heard about us being agrarian reform beneficiaries. Through word of mouth, we got the news that the 4-hectare land was awarded to us by CARP. However, so

Read More