Skilllanthropy in the Philippines

| Grameen Foundation

The Farmer-to-Farmer Capacity Building of the Coconut Sub Sector (F2F COCOS) program in the Philippines provides technical assistance improving productivity, profitability, and access to financial services. Volunteers donating their unique skills and talents are helping poor coconut farmers in the Philippines through Grameen's Farmer-to-Farmer COCOS program. Volunteers are experts in agriculture, food processing and supply chains, marketing and business, banking and finance, international development and more...

Webinar: "What is Rural Tourism? Opportunities for Development"


As the COVID-19 crisis impacts traditional tourism and constrains travelers’ ability to gather in large groups, we see small group rural tourism as the best way safely forward. Our discussants will examine rural tourism, how it can equip communities to prosper economically, and how host communities can prepare to leverage this promising change.

F2F COCOS Knowledge Sharing Webinar


Grameen Foundation's Farmer-to-Farmer team hosted a webinar to highlight a volunteer who worked side by side with a local microfinance NGO in the Philippines to develop a farmer profile development survey tool. The volunteer, Eric Doesburg, is a mechanical engineer and supply chain expert. Tune in to learn more: