Project Ani was launched by JCI Manila in partnership with the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) Region 3 last year to provide an avenue for Indigenous Cultural Communities in Central Luzon to market their produce online. This is to slowly support them adapt to the changing socioeconomic landscape brought about by the pandemic. A storage facility was also inaugurated in Gapan, Nueva Ecija to act as temporary storage and processing center of all goods before they will be shipped to potential online buyers.
This year, Project Ani introduces the IP Business University, an online platform to further support community enterprises being developed at the moment across the region.
HAPPENING SOON: Launching of the Project Ani e-market of the Kalanguya IP Womens Cooperative (Samahang Kababaihan ng Capintalan MPC) in Carranglan, Nueva Ecija on June 11, 2021.