The Sustainable Indigenous Peoples Agricultural Technology (SIPAT) which is the major focus of KAMICYDI incorporates an environmentally friendly and proven technology that has been used since time immemorial and has been effective in providing enough food for the Kalinga indigenous peoples and other indigenous peoples in the Cordillera.
Forest protection, reforestation and maintenance through FITU Technology, a forest management technology; Watershed reforestation using the PINAGWA System; Repair, rehab and construction of new irrigation systems; Advocacy and partnerships
This project’s activities have provided and secured, for the UMILI or Kalinga indigenous peoples, a sustainable food supply and has lifted living conditions.
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