From smallholders to entrepreneurs, growing farmer resilience through Farmer Business Schools

From smallholders to entrepreneurs, growing farmer resilience through Farmer Business Schools

Rural Filipino farmers are reinventing themselves from smallholders to food-processing entrepreneurs through a participatory learning approach known as the Farmer Business School (FBS). Implemented by the International Potato Center’s (CIP) project on Food Resilience through Root and Tuber Crops in Upland and Coastal Communities of the Asia-Pacific (FoodSTART+), the FBS methodology deepens farmers’ understanding of value chains while providing the training they need to identify market opportunities, develop new product lines and launch their own businesses.

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