Indigenous peoples of Maguindanao plant organic, non-GMO corn seeds and fertilizers

Indigenous peoples of Maguindanao plant organic, non-GMO corn seeds and fertilizers


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Tedurays and Lambangians of Maguindanao, who have been severely affected by the 2015-2016 double El Niño, take on the challenge of recovery as they start to plant, organic, non-GMO corn seeds.

Farmers from indigenous communities in Upi and South Upi, Maguindanao, have been asking the government since 2015 for immediate response to El Niño. But instead, the elections and constrained distribution of food and farm support to impacted farmers threw them further into hunger, malnutrition and indebtedness, aggravated by their use of GMO corn that requires expensive inputs.

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