We help farmers develop high value crops and link them to value chains of companies for a more sustainable livelihood.
he Livelihood and Enterprise Development program of PBSP promotes inclusive business as a collective approach of the private sector to address poverty.
Started in 2012, PBSP aimed at encouraging its member companies and the wider business community to integrate low-income communities/farmers into their value chains as suppliers, employees, and business partners.
After two years of remote assembly, Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) gathers again the top leaders from its 260 members in the business sector.Read More
PBSP, in partnership with Kennemer Foods International, Mars Foods and Agronomika Finance Corporation, has gotten the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark for the implementation of the landmark project “Sustainable Integration of Philippine Smallholder Farmers into the Global Cacao Value Chain” which is expected to assist 1,000 smallholder farmers in Palawan and Mindanao.Read More
PBSP conducted a series of orientations among local smallholder farmers in Davao City and some municipalities in Sarangani Province to encourage them to join the “Sustainable Integration of Philippine Smallholder Farmers into the Global Cocoa Value Chain” Project.Read More