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Doon Po Sa Amin: Nasa Pait ang Buhay
Transcript of Doon Po Sa Amin: Nasa Pait ang Buhay
Nasa Pait ang Buhay
Coffee is second to the most exported products all over the world. It does not only give energy and bittersweet taste, but it also gives livelihood to many people especially in Amadeo, Cavite, being known as the "Coffee Capital of the Philippines". Ever since, the coffee industry has given a lot of benefits to the residents in the said place. By the year 2006, farmers weren't able to produce enough amount of coffee resulting to the stoppage of coffee exportation. This project entitled "Doon Po Sa Amin: Nasa Pait ang Buhay" aims to introduce Amadeo, Cavite as the coffee capital not just nationally but all over the world as well. This project also aims to showcase the coffee industry and livelihood in the place.
This entry aims to:
1. Discuss the main livelihood of Amadeo.
2. Introduce Amadeo, Cavite as the Coffee Capital of
3.Promote coffee farming as one of the major
industries of Cavite through community mapping
using Prezi Desktop.
4. Provide facts and trivia about coffee and its effects
Did you know?
Three cups of coffee a day decrease the risk of basal-cell carcinoma by 20% in women and 9% in men.
Drinking one to five cups of coffee per day may reduce the possibility of stroke attack by as much as 25%.
Women who drink four cups of coffee per day are 20% less likely to be clinically depressed than women who drink only one cup of coffee a week.
People drinking more than six cups of coffee a day have 35% less possibility to have type 2 diabetes than people who drink less than two cups of coffee a day.
Amadeo: A Small but Strong History
Amadeo might be a typical small town; nevertheless, it has an interesting history that you would want to know. Amadeo should not only be known because it is the coffee capital of the Philippines, but also because of its astonishing beauty and rich culture.
Amadeo started as a sitio called Gitnang Pulo for it lies in the midst of its mother town, Silang. It became a favorite hunting place for its prolific land, abundant rivers and springs and vast forest. Deep in its forest, dapdap trees are abundant that bore bright red flowers that were glaring to the eyes after it shed its leaves (masilaw). The name of the town was later changed into Masilaw.
Later, during the Spanish regime the name changed to Amadeo which came from the name of Prince Amadeo I, second son of King Victor Emmanuel II who ruled Spain in 1871. The town was named after him since the Prince’s birthday coincides with the inauguration of the town which is May 30.
In 1902 Amadeo's name was reverted back into a district of Silang. Some locals opposed Amadeo being a town so they secured its separation form Silang. Thirteen years passed and the town regained its independence with the help of Gov. Antero S. Soriano. In recognition for what he has done, he became the first municipal president of Amadeo, under the American regime. Until now, the town of Amadeo is trying to gain recognition and respect, maintaining its independence while striving to reach the peak of success.
(Beyond the Coffee Beans of Amadeo)
•Department of Agriculture (2010)
Amadeo, Cavite: General Information.
•Teodoro M. Dela Cruz (2011) Multiple Stems of Growing Coffee.
Ms. Agnes Madlansacay
Mr. Teodoro M. Dela Cruz
Mr. Arvin Belardo
Mr. Marlon Belardo
Department of Agriculture
Mr. Napoleon Bay
The study focuses on the coffee industry of Amadeo where people get their livelihood from. It also tackles the history of the place and their coffee varieties.
Amadeo's Coffee Varieties
Interview with Ms. Agnes Madlansacay
History of Amadeo and why it was called "The Coffee Capital of the Philippines"
Short film about Amadeo's History
• Total: 33,457
• Density: 710/km2 (1,800/sq mi)
District: 6th District of Cavite
• Mayor: Benjarde A. Villanueva
• Vice Mayor: Elpidio D. Bawalan
• Total: 46.90 km2 (18.11 sq mi)
Places you may want to visit!
Cafe Amadeo Development Cooperative
Dela Cruz Coffee Plantation
Ludwig's Coffee Nursery
Hard Rock Cafe Salaban
Interview with the Department of Agriculture officer about the effect of Amadeo's coffee industry to the livelihood of the residents