PEF focuses on developing business solutions and investments for social enterprises that help rural households gain better incomes and move out of poverty.
In 2001, Peace and Equity Foundation (PEF) was organized to administer a civil society fund for poverty reduction and community empowerment programs. Here are the 10 impactful stories representing the Foundation’s milestones during its first 10 years.
PEF primarily supports partnerships and programs that build, promote and scale up social enterprises. Find out how you can start a promising partnership with PEF.
Tuesday, 11 November 2014 16:15
Living true to its mission of developing and innovating best practices and models in social enterprise, the Peace and Equity Foundation (PEF) will hold its largest gathering of social entrepreneurial leaders on November 26-28, 2014 for the 3rd Social Enterprise Conference with the theme, Business Competitiveness and Continuity of Social Enterprises, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Pasig City.
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Monday, 27 October 2014 10:43
The Peace and Equity Foundation (PEF), a staunch supporter of social entrepreneurship, has allocated P500 million for impact investments in social enterprises in coffee, cacao, coconut, cane sugar and climate-smart agriculture.
This was announced by PEF executive director Bobby Calingo at the 7th National Coffee Summit of the private-sector led Philippine Coffee Board Inc.(PCBI) at the Seda Hotel in Davao.
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Wednesday, 22 October 2014 14:26
UNTV's Bread n Butter featured Peace and Equity Foundation last October 09, 2014. Watch the episode and learn about how lives are being transformed through social entrepreneurship.
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The PEF Primer: Sustainability Through Social Enterprise
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“The land is virgin, cheaper than in Luzon and there are many mountains waiting to be planted to coffee,” Juan said.
Davao has Mt. Apo, Cotabato has Mt. Matutum and Bukidnon has Mt. Kitanglad. All these mountains have elevations favorable for coffee growing. It is estimated that farmers need to plant eight million seedlings to address the present domestic demand for coffee, according to PCBI.
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Chances are you have to rely on supplies you have available at home for at least the first few days following a major disaster. Store these items in a bag that is portable and easily carried, like a duffel bag or a back-pack. Place your 72-hour bag as close to your primary exit as possible for easy access in case of emergency evacuation.
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Did you know that in 2011, an average of 3 natural disaters occur per month in Western Visayas, affecting an average of 4,411 families?
Source: Read more at www.nscb.gov.ph