Livelihood Projects in 2015

The Livelihood Project under the LINKAPIL’s Program encourages overseas Filipino donors to assist in establishing small-scale or alternative income-generating activities to foster self help among members of local communities, barangays, non-government organizations, and cooperatives.

FtH started providing capital funds for livelihood programs in 1996. These include grants to registered cooperatives and organizations. FtH also provided capital for livestock to qualified beneficiaries.

From 1996 to present, FtH has assisted 22 livelihood programs in Marinduque, Quezon, Cagayan, Aurora, Bohol, Cebu, Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Davao del Sur, Southern Leyte, Isabela, Cavite, Aklan, South Cotabato, Romblon, and Maguindanao.


Placeholder PictureThe following are the livelihood projects being supported by FtH:

Livelihood Project Name Project Area
Alternative Livelihood Project through Operation of the Waste Shedder and Styro Densifier under the Local Government Unit Odiongan, Romblon
Livelihood Enhancement through Livestock Goat Raising Dispersal Development project under the Bangsamoro Fishing Livelihood and Technical Development Multi-purpose Cooperative Maguindanao
Masidlakon Micro-Finance Program under the UCCP – Masidlakon Center Development Foundation, Inc. Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur
Doormat, Duster, and Pot Holder Making Project Dasmarinas, Cavite
Swine Dispersal and Production Project Echague, Isabela
Green House Development for Seed Germination Livelihood Project under Rotary Club of Metro Kalibo Libacao, Aklan
Abaca Farming Livelihood Project under Rotary Club of Metro Kalibo for 150 families Makato, Aklan
Piña Fiber Processing under Rotary Club of Metro Kalibo for 80 families Makato, Aklan
Payaw Fishing Method Livelihood Project under Rotary Club of Metro Kalibo for 50 families Makato, Aklan
Puerto Princesa City, Palawan PAFAI
Maundy Thursday Servants, Inc. Handicraft Livelihood Project for the 25 Out-of-School Youth in partnership with Filipino Org of KONA led by Dr. Dominador Genio Payatas, Quezon City
Micro-Finance Livelihood Program under the PinoyMe Foundation in cooperation with Ambassador Albert del Rosario
Women’s Broom-making Livelihood Project Mandaue, Cebu
Backyard Virgin Coconut Oil Production sponsored by HIRO through Mr. Jun Abinsay Southern Leyte
Livelihood Rehabilitation Project for barangays affected by typhoons (fishing equipment and motorized boats) Infanta, Quezon
Sabutan Livelihood Project (sponsored by HIRO) Aurora
Payaw fishing Malita, Davao del Sur
Carabao dispersal Amulung, Cagayan
Trisikad purchase and operation Bacolod City, Bacolod
Hog fattening Mandaue City, Cebu
Hog fattening Alburquerque, Boho
Upgrading native chicken project Gen. Santos City
Loom weaving Marinduque


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Feed the Hungry, Inc. (FtH) is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt, non-profit charitable organization based in Washington, D.C. Started in 1992 and officially incorporated in 1993, FtH is wholly volunteer-driven and started as a gift giving and feeding project for indigent children in the Philippines by a group of World Bank Group and IMF (International Monetary Fund) Filipino staff and joined by Filipino-American volunteers in the community.

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