Enhanced National Greening Program (ENGP)

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In Lanao del Sur, another 692 hectare-pilot sites include the Municipalities of Wao and Bumbaran.   The two provinces and Hineleban expect to scale up the pilots to larger sites for rainforestation through additional support from the Government as well as external aid agencies and the private sector in the future.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″ el_class=”sidebar”][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1418092099564{margin-bottom: 5px !important;}”]

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Hineleban Foundation Incorporated (HFI) was formed in 2006 as a non-profit, non-stock organisation whose main advocacy is to reforest the high mountain ranges of Mindanao. To accomplish this, HFI partnered with the Indigenous People who live within the buffer zones of these mountains. Providing them with Family Food Security and sustainable disposable livelihoods through the model of Transformational Business Partnerships. Thus, restoring their role as “Custodians of the Rainforest”.