With a strong belief in Ecology of Dignity, AGREA Social Programs is set to cultivate human beings to be agents of change. AGREA Social Programs is designed to provide a human-centered approach to technical and life skills programs.
To achieve One-Island Economy in the Province of Marinduque, AGREA implements community-based and organization-based programs supported by training and workshops for individuals that address Zero Waste, Zero Hunger, and Zero Insufficiency.
In order to achieve the One-Island Economy Model, AGREA dissects its programs into three impact areas. The said impact areas aim to thread together economic development, social well-being, and environmental sensitivity.
THREE ZEROS. One Island Economy is economic development with sensitivity to the environment and concern for social well-being.
Our focus is on farmers and fishermen in Marinduque. AGREA believes that their role is as important as any other stakeholder in the goods value chain. AGREA believes that through technology, education and community empowerment, farmers can have a fairer business share, more autonomy, more dignity and a better quality of life.
Among the key components of AGREA Social Programs is Capacity Building. It is a series of training and workshops designed for community-based farmers.
The goal is to enable farmers by making them: (1) Grounded Farmers thru Values Formation, (2) Skilled Farmers thru Technical Training, and (3) Empowered Farmer thru Financial Literacy. Training and workshops under the Capacity Building Program is anchored to farming activities as the core activity of the beneficiaries.
READ: Empowering farmers through Values Formation and Financial Literacy
Youth in Agriculture and Entrepreneurship Workshops
Partnered with different organizations, AGREA designs and implements workshops about agriculture and entrepreneurship for community-based youths, student leaders, indigenous peoples, and war-torn youths.
Together with Keep Hope Alive, AGREA implemented myLEADER Agripreneurship Workshop in the provinces of Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, and Palawan. It aimed to facilitate collaboration between student leaders, community-based youths, and indigenous peoples of MIMAROPA to develop enterprises based on existing agricultural potentials in their community.
The individual training and workshops are designed to address the following stakeholders: (1) farmers, (2) small entrepreneurs, (3) students, and (4) community-based individuals.
Such approach is utilized in order to capacitate every member of the society as they engage in community-wide and organization-wide programs that are designed to piece together a One-Island Economy.
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