Sustainable Agriculture and Community- Level Appropriate Technology
PNFSP's focal program has always been SACLAT or Sustainable Agriculture Community-Level Appropriate Technology. Because of this program, PNFSP was able to improve the food security situation of pilot farming communities in Isabela, Panay, and Masbate.
Starting 2014, SACLAT will engage in synergy activities with Advocates for Health and Development in IP communities in Oriental Mindoro and Sorsogon. This partnership will further ensure that the people will be food secure for the whole year.
SACLAT continually undertakes research and development of appropriate technologies that are low-cost, uses indigenous materials, and beneficial to the community.
Institutional Capacity Development
The Institutional Capacity Development (ICD) program conducts members' training on technical writing, social research,and advocacy and campaign management, in order to ensure that the members are fully-capable in implementing their activities.
As practiced, a National Thematic Conference is held every year to gather all of the member organizations and other allied groups to discuss food security-related issues.
Campaign, Advocacy and Networking
Starting 2014, PNFSP will further advance its efforts in terms of campaign, advocacy, and networking. It will especially highlight the various food-security related issues faced by its member organizations, namely: mining, foreign landgrabbing, climate change, rice smuggling, rice price increase, and others. It will bring the local issues at the national level, since PNFSP is the only food security network that has a nationwide membership that can effectively campaign against these issues. It is also able to reach-out to broader stakeholders on this level of unity.
Activities include forum, roundtable discussions, dialogue with government officials, policy lobbying, and press conferences.