Ms. Mars Mendoza, Executive Director
Ms. Ember Cruz, Senior Campaigns and Advocacy Officer
Mr. Errol John Ramos, Research and Campaigns Officer
Ms. Paula Mae Tanquieng, Campaigns and Advocacy Officer
Mr. Duane Mendoza, Research, Media and Publications Officer
Ms. Catherine Manzano, Editor

Finance and Administration Team
Ms. Zhee Causo, Administrative Staff
Ms. Lilibeth Hernani, Cashier

(updated November 2010)


  1. libeau emilia

    Madam, Sir ,

    Within the framework of our course, we plan to study the pepper production in the Kerala area, by a mission abroad (called in French: ‘mission d’étude à l’étranger’). We are a group of four French students in fourth year of an agriculture college, named ESITPA, in Rouen (76). This school trains future engineers (in agriculture, environment and food processing) in 5 years curriculum.

    We know that Phytophora Capsici causes damage to pepper plants for nearly 10years. We are supposing that the diseases impact the management of the farms. We would like to be able to meet at least some farmers, cooperatives … agents of this field, to study the scale of the phenomenon.

    That’s why; we canvass you in order to get in touch with these actors for our study.

    We hope to hear from you soon.

    Yours faithfully.

    Florine BAVEUX Honorine BOURGEOIS

    Emilia LIBEAU Céline PIGEOT
    Ps : Do not hesitate if you have others projects for which we could help you. We are really motivated to participate of a project in Kerala’s area even if it’s not about pepper.

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