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Fair Trade’s Accomplishment Report 2013

February 12, 2014 · 

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TREE PLANTING
Aetya family joins hands in planting mangoes for their future Mango saplings were delivered to Isolated aeta communities  using boats Planting of coconut saplings Preda Children helps in the planting of coffee Preda staff and AKBAY youth group participated in the planting mangoes Preda Volunteers  helps in the Preda tree planting activity

PREDA ProFairTrade planted a total 2,000 mango saplings to 14 aeta communities. EEstablishment of Three (3) pilot areas for coconut-coffee integrated farming was also done and 5,000 coconut and 5,000 coffee seedlings. The project will protect the environment and will also be a source of income for the aeta communities.

WATER SYSTEM PROJECT
A 40 cubic meter water tank that supply 30 families of Alibang Aeta Community of Subic, Zamables. A common  water station was built A sign of happiness for having a clean and potable water Functional jetmantic handpumps The community is enjoying a strong water pressure Water inpires the Aetasto do backyard farming of  vegetables

84 Aeta families ( 361 individuals) living in 6 aeta communities in Zambales province are enjoying clean potable water . A total of 13 jetmatic handpumps and 1 water system was installed. The project is in prtnership with Misereor Germany, Free The Children and Toto foundation Japan.

EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE
Distributiopn of School supplies Graduation rites of Angelo dela Cruz with his mother Teresa at Cabangan National High School Happy Children and  parents of United Womens Farmers Organization, Banas 2, bato,Toril davao City Project officer and scholars during the monitoring visit at Sagpat Integrated school in San Felipe School monitoring visit at Maloma National High School

Preda is committed in uplifting the lives of mango farmers and one strategy is providing educational assistance. Components are provision of educational bag, school supplies, uniform and transportation allowance to 78 children of mango farmers.

SOLAR LIGHTS
A family who benefited from Preda Lighting project A mother is  happy  to test the Solar light Beneficiaries from Kanaynayan Aeta community, Castillejos, Zamables Lumibao Aeta group in Sanb Marcelino, Zamables  are happy to received their solar lights Preda project Officer explains how to use the solar light properly

Preda in Partnership with KADISIG Foundation distributed Special Solar Lights to isolated Aeta communities where there is no electricity. This will help the children in studying during night time.

ORGANIC MANGO CERTIFICATION
Field Inspection at Lumibao Inpection at Pili

In preparation for organic mango certificatin, Preda conducted series of training for internal inspectors and mango farmers.

On September 17-25, 2013 Organic Certification center of the Philippines (OCCP), Organic Certification of Thailand (ACT) conducted its first inspection visit. Second Inspection is set on April 2014.

Lani Limpim
Julie Ann Gepielego
Ong Kung Wai

NETWORKING
Meeting with new NCIP Provincial Officer for the follow-up of status of MAO Ancestral Domain Titling Preda Programme Director during the anti-mining rally in Sta. Cruz, Zambales Preda Staff attended the regular Cluster meeting as part of networking

Preda is continouosly participating in the networking activities with different partner NGO’s and working together for a common mission that responses to the needs of the most vulnerable sector of the society.

MEDICAL MISSION
Medical mission at one of the aeta partner community in  Alibang, Subic, Zambales
PREDA facilitated the medical mission conducted at Alibang aeta community in Subic, Zambales benefiting 30 families of less than 150 individuals. This is in partnership with Pfizer medical company.

ADVOCACY AGAINST DESTRUCTIVE MINING
Preda Youth group and staff participated against destructive mining campaign during the Earth Day celebration
Preda Executive member, staff and youth groups participated in different rallies against destructive mining. One of the event was done during the Earth Day celebration held infront of the Provincial Capitol and another rally was participated in the most affected mining town, in Sta. Cruz, Zambales where town proper itself is suffocated with dust from Nickel.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN
Preda Youth leader attended consultaion on Bio-Diversity issue
Preda Youth Leader and staff attended in the National Bio-Diversity Conservation consultation held in Baguio City. The consultation gave way for the youth to have knowledge and be part of the Bio-diversity conservation.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION
Tribal Chieftain of Maporac Aeta Organization presenting updates of the community situation during the General Assembly
Preda activity includes participation in aeta community consultation, general assembly, trainings and meetings as facilitator, mediator and observer. This is part of empowerment of the aetas.

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