Agri-Entrepreneurship Training

Agri-business Consulting

Small Business Incubator Program

Community Kitchen

Welcome to the CAFE in Central Mindanao

cafelogoThe Center for Agriculture and Farmland Entrepreneurship (CAFE) unites entrepreneurship, research and development, and business capacity building that support innovation, growth and expansion to empower the Mindanao community. Established in 2012,  it is the first academe-based enterprise extension service provider that offers Agri-entrepreneurship Training, One-to-one Consulting Services, and Resources to start-up and scale-up a new or existing business. It aims to be the engine of economic growth that expands your business idea to the marketplace.

Success Stories

Unable to make a reliable income, Ronnie is a successful entrepreneur from the CAFE and a proud business owner of delisal nut he is to fund not only his schooling but share earnings with his family.

Ronnie Proud business owner of Delisal Nut

Heavenly Banana Chips of pacao acquired a registered license with DTI through the support of CAFE and has since expanded their business to employ their community and sell beyond their local market.

Heavenly Banana Chips of pacao
Heavenly Banana Chips of pacao

Analiza, Midsayap, North Cotabato: Already a dual-income family and barely able to meet daily livelihood needs, Analiza came to the CAFE and with expert consultation revised her existing business plan of a BBQ cart to include Lumpia. She learned the steps to make more money by doing less and now has more time with her son.

Lumpia and BBQ
Lumpia and BBQ

2015 Events

2015 Upcoming Events

Here is a list of our upcoming events in 2015: June 14 – 17, 2015 – International Food and Agribusiness Management Association World Forum and Symposium (Saint Paul, Minnesota) Support our IndieGoGo Campaign to raise $5,000 and “Support the CAFE and Entrepreneurs in Mindanao!”  


Support our IndieGoGo Campaign

Support Our IndieGoGo Campaign! Since the project that financed the establishment of CAFE terminates on June 30, 2015, we are trying to raise $5,000 to continue some of our ongoing activities as we transition into a financially independent organization. In May 2015 at our Annual Colloquium, over 227 individuals attended the Center’s open house sampling […]

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