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Philippines: Happy Women's Month!

Women And Food Security
Restoring Livelihoods: Rice Production
Restoring Livelihoods: Vegetable Production
Restoring Livelihoods: Mud Crab Production
Restoring Livelihoods: Nets For Mud Crab Production
Proud Rice Farmer
Happy Planting
Vegetable Farming
Ready to be planted!
Rehabilitating Land Through Vegetable Farming
Vegetable Farming As A Source Of Income
Vegetable Farming For Dietary Diversity
Mud Crab Farming
Mud Crab Pen

When Typhoon Bopha (Pablo) hit the Philippines on 4 December 2012, it severely affected several regions – and some 6.2 million persons (over 1.2 million families) – along its course. The Philippines Department of Agriculture has estimated that Typhoon Bopha’s damage to crops is at more than USD 750 million. For rapid recovery of people’s livelihoods, women and men are working hand-in-hand to regain the life they had before Typhoon Bopha came.

For this Women’s Month, we celebrate the many women who are participating in WFP-supported livelihood-based Food and Cash for Work projects that help communities restore their sources of livelihood, which in turn will help them improve their access to food.