hello!

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You are now joining the club of daring leaders who want to solve hunger and create sustainable communities.

With ARK Feed Back,

you will solve hunger
in just  5 weeks!

FOOD to eat and are HEALTHY

A chance to start NEGOSYO

EXCESS to supply the village

A way to be TOGETHER, HAPPY,
and investing in each other.

ARK Feed Back
is a neighborhood vegetable exchange 
open to everyone
in the community

it's guaranteed
to meet once a
week for 8 weeks.

you will ensure families have

magkita ta!

Excited na kami mameet kamo! 
Maisog ka, matulin ug malinaw sa paghimo 

nindot gid kaayo ang imong handum

at dili ka na gid sa "handout"

let's kick this off

with Mayors who WANT to do it and are ready
to invest.

and we close off this wave 

with 12 Barangay Kapitans who WANT to do it, have 100% buy-in from their council and secured their budget.

In our istoryahanay, it will be a 50/50 exchange. We will share Feed Back and how it transformed other communities in a program timeline of 16 weeks. You will have a chance to share about your dreams and struggles. 

Together, we will solve and create a self sustaining future.

Spots are limited. First come, first served. There will also be special guests.

Zoom with Mayors
Aug 16, 2021 | 9-10am
(Limit: 9 mayors)
Zoom with Mayors
Aug 17, 2021 | 9-10am
(Limit: 9 mayors)
Aug 18, 2021 | 9-10am
Zoom with Kapitans
(Limit: 10 kapitans)
(Limit: 10 kapitans)
Aug 19, 2021 | 9-10am
Zoom with Kapitans

these dates and times are set aside for you

you are in good company

13 na ang nakagawa nito.

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92% of at risk secured

 

Nourished 6,000+ lives 

 

64,000 kg of excess (and 81 kinds!) of vegetables exchanged at Feed Back alone

*as of July 23, 2021 

 

Communities united, happy and investing in each other

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Communities in capacity build phase

Communities with ongoing vegetable exchange

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Graduated communities

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Borac, Coron

Niogan, Pililla

Wawa, Pililla

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San Agustin, Bay

Sto Domingo, Bay

Paciano, Bay

Cheey, Busuanga

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Quezon, Busuanga

San Isidro, Busuanga

Sto Nino, Busuanga

Turda, Coron

Bogtong, Busuanga

Traciano, Capiz

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         listen to how they did it

Traciano, Capiz
Traciano, Capiz

As a farming community in Capiz that has experienced hunger for decades, Kap Edwin Saldo’s worries for his constituents doubled up when the pandemic hit. People lost jobs and the issue of hunger just became bigger.

Traciano, Capiz
Traciano, Capiz

As a daring Future Maker, Kap Edwin confidently partnered with ARK on a program that has never been done before. And with Feed Back, for the first time in decades, there is no hunger in Traciano. 86% of total population secured food, exchanged produce and sold their excess.

Traciano, Capiz
Traciano, Capiz

Before Feed Back, families farmed 1 to 2 crops. Now they have access to 76 kinds of vegetables and fruits across the entire community. 6 months post-Feed Back, Traciano families are still planting and continue to sell their excess harvest in Roxas City.

Traciano, Capiz
Traciano, Capiz

As a farming community in Capiz that has experienced hunger for decades, Kap Edwin Saldo’s worries for his constituents doubled up when the pandemic hit. People lost jobs and the issue of hunger just became bigger.

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traciano, capiz

Farmers that solved their yearly hunger season in

5 weeks!

Download Traciano’s Feed Back story here

make these stories your own

sto nino, busuanga

Fisherfolk that now farm vegetables for their village and nearby island communities.

Download Sto. Nino’s Feed Back story here

Sto. Nino, Busuanga
Sto. Nino, Busuanga

When we met Kap Erning in October 2020, he shared with us the struggle of Sto Nino, a fishing village in Busuanga, and his desire for people to have something to eat for Christmas.

Sto. Nino, Busuanga
Sto. Nino, Busuanga

With Kap Erning’s determination, he led the community to not only solving for Christmas salu-salo as they have so much excess they are now supplying their own village and an island community.

Sto. Nino, Busuanga
Sto. Nino, Busuanga

Sto. Nino achieved the highest penetration of at-risk families at 117% among partner Palawan communities The fisherfolks want it more and embraced a new diskarte: “Tanim sa aga, laot sa gabi.”

Sto. Nino, Busuanga
Sto. Nino, Busuanga

When we met Kap Erning in October 2020, he shared with us the struggle of Sto Nino, a fishing village in Busuanga, and his desire for people to have something to eat for Christmas.

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May tiwala at bilib kami sa inyo.

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kaya ninyo rin'yan.

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