Tag: coffee for peace

‘COFFEE FOR PEACE’ IS A MAJOR PARTNER OF THE 2013 DAVAO TRADE EXPO

17-19 October 2013, Davao City. Coffee for Peace (CFP) took the lead as the major partner of the 2013 Davao Trade Expo (DaTE 2013) for the coffee industry. The theme of the 15th DaTE was Empowering the Farmer: Engage. Enable. Excite. It is the biggest agribusiness expo in Mindanao and is spearheaded by the Davao …

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ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY TAKES SHAPE AS PART OF OUR DREAM

Part of our dream at PBCI is to be economically sustainable in our ministries in the Philippines. But we don’t want to remain in a dreamworld. With God’s grace, we will continue with our labour of love to worship God and to realize our dream of peace and reconciliation in our land. In order to …

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“THE MARKETPLACE” MAGAZINE OF MEDA FEATURED JOJI AND COFFEE FOR PEACE

Joji is the “cover girl” of the January February 2013 issue of The Marketplace magazine, the official publication of the Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA). It was Gordon Janzen, our facilitator at the Mennonite Church Canada Witness, who introduced us to Wally Kroeker of MEDA.  Wally interviewed us and we freely shared our stories as …

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WE SIGNED A MEMO OF UNDERSTANDING WITH UNIFRUTTI GROUP AND HINELEBAN FOUNDATION

In joyful response to God’s initiative and provision, PeaceBuilders Community Inc. (PBCI) and Coffee For Peace (CFP) have agreed to work together in a joint ministry with the Unifrutti Group of Companies (UGC), along with their foundations — Unifrutti Foundation Inc. and Hineleban Foundation Inc. (HFI)– to advance Peace and Reconciliation (PAR) initiatives in the Province of Bukidnon. …

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A SATURDAY AFTERNOON WITH KUBLAI MILAN & FAMILY

Kublai Milan, his wife Maan, Dann, and I had a meeting about a children’s coloring project he’s working on in partnership with the University PAR Team of PeaceBuilders Community. We’re now ready to print them. Book One is about Peace. Book Two is about Joy. Book Three is about Love. Dann and I were so …

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THE INTEREST OF THE POOR AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN A WINNING BUSINESS PLAN

Praise God! The Lord has confirmed among the business leaders in the Philippines that putting the interest of the poor and the environment in the heart of a business plan is not only possible, but financially viable. I, along with my team, are so excited and encouraged to pursue our dreams. The Philippine Business for …

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B’LAAN FIRST NATION SHIPS FIRST BATCH OF COFFEE EXPORT TO CANADA

  We sent the first batch of our B’laan coffee beans export to Level Ground Trading in Vancouver Island, Canada. The Coffee for Peace (CFP) management team–Kriz Cruzado, Keith Grubaugh, and I, with the help of the whole CFP staff and the PeaceBuilders Community–made this possible. Pastor Fred Fredeluces, our Arabica coffee production guru, has …

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OUR GLOBAL PEACE COMMUNITY

We are sent by Mennonite Church Canada Witness in partnership with our international community.