What is ESSA?


The mission is to harness the synergistic effects of converging diverse stakeholders at multi-dimensional realities (earthly and spiritual) and disciplinary levels including the latest findings of the second and more spiritual scientific revolution – all towards advancing sustainable agriculture for societal good, supporting the development of the full human potential and in co-creative response to Climate Emergency.

our key futures

information hub

Reaching organic farmers directly with information and technologies useful to them through proper communication media.

Building strong partnerships with relevant sectors, like youth, academe, government, non-government organizations and private practitioners.

venue for grounding of research

Learning together in conducting  participatory research, validating farmers’ practices and developing technologies that would impact positively to bridging the gap in issues like poverty reduction and food security amidst climate change and synthetic chemical farming.

advocacy group for organic agriculture

Promoting science-based quality standards, regulations, incentives, and critical programs on capacity building, knowledge management, entrepreneurship, continuing strategic research and development activities and facilities.

ecosystem of stakeholders for sustainable agriculture

geographic clusters & sectors

ESSA is a nationwide network with 9 Geographical Clusters and 8 Sectors. Our geographic clusters are the implementing grounds and are currently engaged in different initiatives that is most appropriate for their locality and need.

Each sector will have a representation in the Council as sectoral representatives. The 8 Sectors ensure that sectoral needs are met and that it supports the transformation of the country’s food ecosystem that is grounded in the 7 dimensions of Integrated Sustainable Development.

1. Ecological
2. Economic
3. Political
4. Cultural
5. Societal
6. Development of Full Human Potential
7. Spiritual


active members


geographical clusters




2022 projects