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January 2023
Philippines

Mango (Mangifera indica L.) is a tropical fruit with a unique flavor and high nutritional benefits. It is considered the most important fruit crop in the country based on its high export volume and value, next to banana and pineapple (Department of Agriculture, 2013).

January 2023
Philippines

Assessing the suitability of different crops in specific geographic locations is crucial for optimizing crop productivity, promoting climate resilience, and guiding land use decisions. This study assessed the biophysical suitability of rice, watermelon and maize in the Ganges Delta, one of the most densely populated deltas in the world and also extremely vulnerable to climate change.

January 2023
Philippines

Cognizant of the centrality of food systems
in a rapidly urbanizing world amidst
environmental and health risks, the
Resilient Cities Initiative will strengthen
capacities for research and innovation in
the management of urban food systems in
Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
As part of this initiative, the CIPimplemented

January 2023
Philippines

Rice-based production systems in the Philippines play a crucial role in food security and are highly vulnerable to climate-related risks such as flooding, drought and high temperatures.

January 2023
Philippines

The study conducted in Cavite province sheds light on the factors that influence the availability and accessibility of indigenous vegetables in urban and peri-urban markets. The study specifically looked at the perspectives of both market vendors and consumers in the two primary urban areas of Dasmariñas and Bacoor.

January 2023
Philippines

All sectors have been introduced to vulnerabilities resulting in lower food availability and accessibility during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study aimed to determine the vulnerability drivers of food systems in the Philippines during the COVID-19 crisis and how the actors were able to adapt to this crisis through a modified resilience causal pathway.

January 2023
Philippines

In rural areas where malnutrition is higher and households poorer, growing diverse fruit trees-especially indigenous fruits-can provide multiple benefits. These fruit trees can be a valuable source of secondary income in rural areas such as Guinayangan, where coconut cultivation is the primary source of income.

January 2023
Philippines

Nutrition-related problems are a widespread challenge in the Philippines. Many factors contribute to these problems - the availability and affordability of vegetables, for example, which are jeopardized by challenges such as seasonality and inconsistent yields due to the impacts of climate change.

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