Achieving Food Security during the Pandemic: A case of the Rural Women in the Upland Province of Bukidnon, Southern Philippines

Authors: Judith D. Intong, Novalyn N. Frasco, Eva N. Mendoza, Agripina R. Aradilla , Josephine L. Arbes, Reynaldo L. Intong, Heide P. Magadan, Lowella R. Angcos, Charlene N. Badilla

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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The growing number of people affected by hunger and food insecurity, especially during the pandemic, is one of the biggest challenges in the rural areas. A livelihood project was implemented from 2019 to 2021 among the 33 members of a… More
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Exploring relations between Muslim women traders and Non-Muslim clients in Bukidnon: Discerning Strategies for Peace Harmony

Authors: Eva Natividad-Mendoza, Raquelyn Jumawan-Dadang

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 7, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/yjlv1974

While deliberately formulated initiatives on achieving peace in Mindanao are recognized, there may also be latent, unintentional mechanisms that could be derived from mundane, casual social relations. Thus, this study explored the experiences of M?ranao women traders in relating with… More
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Strategies in Rural Changes: Manobo-Pulangihon Women’s Adaptation on Agro-Industrialization

Authors: Eva Natividad Mendoza

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 23, Category: Social Sciences
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As agro-industrialization promotes alterations in the landscape and lifescape of indigenous people (IP) particularly their women who are viewed as ‘carers’ of their environment and ‘bearers’ of their culture, it is interesting to explore how these communities cope and view… More
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