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Aniban ng mga Manggagawa sa Agrikultura

Address: Victory Norte, Santiago, Isabela
Tel. No. 078-6824669 / 078-6822043
Nature of organization: farmers' organization
Email address: admin@ama-isabela.org.ph

AMA is a nationwide farmers' organization with chapters in several regions and provinces. Its history as a farmersí organization date back to the 1930s. They have been involved both in promoting agricultural development and in advocating for the rights and welfare of farmers. It had experiences managing livelihood projects in the cultivation and marketing of tilapia fingerlings and in the production of organic fertilizers from chicken manure and its marketing.

The PHDF launched a Free Email Connectivity Project in the Isabela chapter office of AMA located in Santiago, Isabela on April 5, 2002. The chapter members were joined by national officers based in Bulacan and provincial officers headed by Juanito Dajose. Guests included Brgy. Captain Bong Cutchon of Bgy. Victory Norte, Sam Guina of Levi's Foundation Philippines, Becky Fuellos and Nilda Loresto of PBSP, and PHDF's Board of Adviser Gigi Disini, Project Coordinator Pinky Castelo-Cupino, Field Coordinator Iris Sabordo and Engineer Val Genova.

 
  Scenes from the Launching



Gigi Disini of PHDF signing the MOA with Bobby Resurreccion, AMA national president, and Pinky Castelo-Cupino, Project Coordinator, looking on.



Formal turnover of the Libreng Serbisyong Email Project from Gigi Disini of PHDF to Juanito Dajose of AMA.



Juanito Dajose, provincial president of AMA signing the memorandum of agreement with PHDF for the Libreng Serbisyong Email Project.



Gloria Disini, Board Member of PHDF delivering her inspirational speech. On the foreground are leaders of AMA and guests from PBSP and Levi's Foundation.



A member of AMA trying out the free email service right after the project launching.



Some participants of the Email Connectivity User's Training with their Certificates of Attendance.



Ribbon-cutting during the project launching in Santiago, Isabela with Gloria Disini of PHDF, Becky Fuellos of PBSP, Sam Guina of Levi's Foundation, Juanito Dajose of AMA and Brgy. Captain Bong Cutchon of Bgy. Victory Norte.
 
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