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Photo/Painting by Dante Hipolito

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SagipSakais an advocacy that aims to achieve sustainable modern agriculture and food security by transforming agricultural communities to reach their full potential, improving farmers’ and fishers’ quality of life, and bridging gaps through public-private partnerships.

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“SagipSaka is meant to give agriculture and fisheries the primacy that it deserves by focusing on improving the quality of life of our farmers and fisherfolk and, in doing so, building sustainable farming communities nationwide as a means to achieve food security.

Only through strong public-private partnerships can we achieve this.

Our farmers and our fishers are the backbone of the nation.”

what are these gaps
What are these Gaps?
  • Access to Credit / Investment
  • Infrastructure
  • Access to Markets
  • Research and Development
  • Organizing
  • Quality Assurance and Consistency of Supply
farmers and fisherfolk today

Sagip Saka Framework

Farmers and Fisherfolk Today

57 years old

(average age)

P23,000 annual income

Improved Farmers’ and Fishers’ Quality of Life

sagip saka framework
Sagip Saka Framework

Public – Private Partnerships

there is demand for local supply
There is Demand for Local Supply
  • A cocoa cooperative needs at least 100,000 MT of cacao beans per year
    • Currently, they can only source 2,000 MT per year
  • A multinational processing company have on-going arrangements with local traders for CORN (350,000 MT/year) and CASSAVA (200,000 MT/year)
5 pillars of sagip saka
5 Pillars of Sagip Saka

Business Sector

LGUs

DA and Other Government Agencies

CSOs and MFIs

Farmers and Fisherfolk Organizations

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SagipSakaPillars and their Roles:DA and Other Government Agencies (DAR, DENR, DTI, CDA, LBP, DBP, DOST, SUCs, etc.)

  • provide R&D, technical support, capacity building, and extension services
  • provide the opportunity for funding / access to credit
  • provide crop insurance and guarantees
  • provide post-harvest facilities, support for infrastructure
sagip saka pillars and their roles business sector
SagipSakaPillars and their Roles:Business Sector
  • coordinate regarding market requirements
  • provide direct market opportunities for organized farmers and fisherfolk groups
  • provide technology and training and upgrading of management skills for farmers and fisherfolk
  • linkage to other institutional buyers
sagip saka pillars and their roles local government units lgus
SagipSakaPillars and their Roles:Local Government Units (LGUs)
  • organize farmers and fisherfolk into cooperatives
  • assist the farmers’ and fishers’ cooperatives to meet the accreditation requirements of the market (business sector/company)
  • create linkage with other government institutions to provide technical assistance and other requirements
  • provide regular pest and disease monitoring by the assigned Agricultural Technologist
  • assist the farmers and fisherfolk in the preparation of Project Proposals, Work Plans, Agro-enterprise Plans, and other documents
sagip saka pillars and their roles csos and mfis
SagipSakaPillars and their Roles:CSOs and MFIs
  • provide capability and capacity building activities/training to farmers and fisherfolk
  • form cluster of farmers for agroenterprise development
  • Provide assistance in formulating and implementing an agro-enterprise plan
  • Assist in conducting market chain study
  • Provide financial and bookkeeping management training
  • Provide leadership seminar and teambuilding activities
sagip saka pillars and their roles farmers and fisherfolk groups
SagipSakaPillars and their Roles:Farmers and Fisherfolk Groups
  • provide quality produce to the market, with assurance of supply and based on market requirements
  • undergo periodic training and capacity building to ensure acquisition of latest techniques and skills in running the farming community enterprise
  • once established, upgrade their facilities and systems to improve quality and consistency of supply
  • consistently look for market opportunities to sell their produce
  • manage their assets and financial statements and acquire basic marketing skills
stakeholders
Stakeholders
  • Farmers & Fisherfolk Organizations
  • DA
  • Gawad Kalinga
  • CSOs
  • MFIs
  • Colleges and SUCs
  • Church and Faith-based Organizations
  • ULAP
  • LGU
  • CDA
  • DAR
  • DENR
  • DTI
  • DOST
  • AF2025
  • Other Private and Government Institutions
key result areas kras
Key Result Areas (KRAs)
  • Identification of 25 Pilot Areas
  • Converge Stakeholders
  • P100M  Impact
  • Convene reps of stakeholders in each pilot area
    • Business plan
    • Identification of gaps
    • What to ask thru Sagip Saka
criteria for pilot projects
Criteria for Pilot Projects
  • Low Cost (low risk)
  • High Impact (long term)
  • Time-Bound (short term)
  • Could be replicated
  • Organized Farmers
  • Market Driven products
  • Quantifiable Success Indicators
sagip saka flowchart
Sagip Saka Flowchart
  • Identify partner oranization - are they capable of absorbing assistance from SagipSaka?   - what type of intervention do they need (ARARO)   - how do they plan to use the assistance from sagipsaka?
  • Submission of business plans from possible partners   - brief description of the organization (how many farmers/farm families will benefit?)   - contact persons   - brief description of the project   - financial plan (amount needed, how will it be used, target earnings, etc.    - timeline   - brief background on the market
  • Screening and validation on the ground by TK COCAFM   - checklist
sagip saka flowchart1
Sagip Saka Flowchart

4. Recommendation to the principal    - go or no go   - possible partners per pilot area and role of each partner

5. MOU signing and launch on the ground

6. Project execution (partner organizations)

7. Monitoring (TK, COCAFM)

8. Submission of reports (partner organization)

9. Photo/video documentation and  draft of success stories (TK, COCAFM)

10. Compilation and evaluation of whole SagipSakaprogram