Open Invitation

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Through this website, we invite all Moringa farmers, producers, processors, enthusiasts, buyers, consumers, suppliers, and exporters of Moringa products in the Philippines to join us at Moringaling Philippines Foundation Inc.

We hold regular monthly meetings, study tours and training seminars not only to build-up the organization but also in the long term, build-up a strong sustainable and globally-competitive moringa industry in the Philippines. Our membership extends to cooperatives and civic groups, organic farming and health advocates, NGOs against poverty and malnutrition, educators and researchers, food manufacturers and test laboratories, local government agencies and socially-responsible enterprises.With representations from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao (actively in Ilocos region, central Luzon, the national capital region, Calabarzon, western and central Visayas) our members assist each other in sharing moringa best practices, farm management, propagation and processing technologies,

equipment sourcing and acquisition, processing plant design, market development and finance sourcing.

 You are most welcome to our meetings every 4th Friday of the month at our office – PITAHC building, G/F PITAHC Bldg. East Avenue Medical Center East Ave, Quezon City 1104 Philippines. The condominium is walking distance from Meralco cor Ortigas Ave, but your vehicle can park in open spaces around the building for a small fee. If you would like to partner with us over the long term, please join us at these minimal fees:

P 1000 per year – Individual member (an individual moringa farmer, enthusiast or advocate with no registered business)

P 12,000 per year – Institutional member (a registered moringa company, processor, manufacturer or business entity)

P 12,000 per year – Associational member (a registered group, association, cooperative, federation, etc)

any amount per year – Sustaining member (a partner donor, individual, company, business organization or agency without direct link to or benefit from the moringa value chain)