Inspired by Project Drawdown, we are excited to support women-led enterprises in the Philippines, where we source an essential ingredient, organic coconut. "Due to existing inequalities, women and girls are disproportionately vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, from disease to natural disaster. Enhancing the well-being of women and girls is pivotal to addressing climate change." — Drawdown by Paul Hawken
The goal of this project is to improve women’s lives and the lives of their families by supporting their small businesses. Your funds will help them make and sell products such as charcoal from coconut shell, vinegar from coconut water, coco peat, and organic fertilizer. Join us in empowering women in their communities.
Coconut farming is a primary industry in the province of Misamis Oriental where most of our farmers/partners are located. This project will support coconut-based women-led enterprises with the goal of improving their lives by making and selling value-added products from coconuts and secondary crops. These products include charcoal from coconut shell, vinegar from coconut water, coco peat, organic fertilizer and coco-coir from husks, vegetables and processed snack food and drinks, among others.