Kombucha, a Superfood

You’ll be surprised to know that fermentation isn’t just meant for food preparation. Bokashi composting breathes a new life to the fermentation process by creating healthier soil, while also producing tea for healthier plant growth. Even better is that it is easily done even for beginners like yourself. Check out the step-by-step guide below to start your own compost!

Created by: James Clyde Ranario

Goin’ Bananas

Despite the onsluaght of strong typhoons and other calamities, the Philippines again proved itself as a strong producer of bananas in the April to June 2018 results. This is an inspiaration to exert hardwork and learn aboutthe success stories of banana planters. At the Center for the Poor, we help acquire planting skills and strategies for our planters to impove threir yields.

Created by: James Clyde Ranario

Magnitude of Poor Families by Region and Province

With the promise of strengthened economic foundations, the Philippines is said to be on its way to faster poverty reduction. A lookback from 2015 poverty figures, how far have we come? How did Luzon fair in its economic situation as the seat of the country’s capital and large metropolis? Attracting many tourists, did the islands of Visayas improve economic conditions of its people? Highly rich in resources and culture, how did Mindanao cope with economic problems?

Created by: James Clyde Ranario

 

Bokashi Technology

A recycling process suited for anybody, Bokashi composting gives you a fresh way to reuse your kitchen wastes. It’s easy-to-do, quick and less messy. So, there’s no excuse not to try!

Created by: James Clyde Ranario

Philippine Wildlife and Endangered Species in Facts and Figures

Our country is among the megadiversity in the world. The sad thing, however, is that a large percentage of our animals are considered to be endangered. Here are important facts and figures you need to in order to help to protect our animals. If you know of other endangered animals we’d like to know about them too! Hit is in the comments below.

Created by: James Clyde Ranario

9% Are Out of School Children and Youth (OSCY)

The Philippines smack right in the Pacific Ring of Fire and near the Pacific Ocean, typhoons and dangers of a volcanic eruption are nothing new. However, despite these calamities being a “usual occurrence,” why is the death tolls and gravity of its effects are getting worse? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Created by: James Clyde Ranario