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Case Studies | September 30, 2020

The Farmer Entrepreneurship Program (FEP) Project Case Study

Bridging Farmers to the Jollibee Supply Chain Project

The Farmer Entrepreneurship Program (FEP) illustrates that poverty can be addressed through building local agricultural businesses. The FEP began in 2008 with the purpose of helping smallholder farmers expand their economic opportunities by helping to improve their organization, productivity and access to services and formal markets, which enabled them to gain stable incomes. The program began as a one-year collaborative pilot called Bridging Farmers to Jollibee Supply Chain.