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Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian

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Jumat, 12 Mar 2021 19:56 WIB

Filipina - Kurangnya pendapatan dan makanan membuat warga di Filipina mengubah ruang kosong di daerah perkotaan menjadi lahan pertanian dan peternakan. Ini potretnya.

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MARCH 11: An aerial view of a football field converted into a community farm in Tondo district on March 11, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. According to economic think tank Ibon Foundation, lack of supply and surging inflation has caused the prices of protein such as pork to skyrocket and made food unaffordable for many Filipinos already reeling from the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods. Strapped for cash and food, Filipinos have begun converting vacant spaces in urban areas such as football fields, basketball courts, and parking lots into community farms, securing their own food supply and providing an alternative livelihood. The Philippines is currently experiencing the second-worst outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, a year after a government-imposed lockdown which has caused millions of Filipinos to go jobless and hungry. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Pemandangan lapangan sepak bola yang diubah menjadi lahan pertanian di distrik Tondo, Manila, Filipina, Kamis (11/3/2021) waktu setempat.  

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MARCH 11: An aerial view of a football field converted into a community farm in Tondo district on March 11, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. According to economic think tank Ibon Foundation, lack of supply and surging inflation has caused the prices of protein such as pork to skyrocket and made food unaffordable for many Filipinos already reeling from the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods. Strapped for cash and food, Filipinos have begun converting vacant spaces in urban areas such as football fields, basketball courts, and parking lots into community farms, securing their own food supply and providing an alternative livelihood. The Philippines is currently experiencing the second-worst outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, a year after a government-imposed lockdown which has caused millions of Filipinos to go jobless and hungry. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Menurut lembaga pemerhati ekonomi Filipina, Ibon Foundation, kurangnya pasokan dan melonjaknya inflasi telah menyebabkan harga protein seperti daging babi melambung tinggi.  

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MARCH 11: An aerial view of a football field converted into a community farm in Tondo district on March 11, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. According to economic think tank Ibon Foundation, lack of supply and surging inflation has caused the prices of protein such as pork to skyrocket and made food unaffordable for many Filipinos already reeling from the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods. Strapped for cash and food, Filipinos have begun converting vacant spaces in urban areas such as football fields, basketball courts, and parking lots into community farms, securing their own food supply and providing an alternative livelihood. The Philippines is currently experiencing the second-worst outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, a year after a government-imposed lockdown which has caused millions of Filipinos to go jobless and hungry. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Kurangnya pendapatan dan makanan membuat warga di Filipina mengubah ruang kosong di daerah perkotaan seperti lapangan sepak bola, lapangan basker, dan tempat parkir menjadi lahan pertanian.  

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MARCH 11: An aerial view of a football field converted into a community farm in Tondo district on March 11, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. According to economic think tank Ibon Foundation, lack of supply and surging inflation has caused the prices of protein such as pork to skyrocket and made food unaffordable for many Filipinos already reeling from the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods. Strapped for cash and food, Filipinos have begun converting vacant spaces in urban areas such as football fields, basketball courts, and parking lots into community farms, securing their own food supply and providing an alternative livelihood. The Philippines is currently experiencing the second-worst outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, a year after a government-imposed lockdown which has caused millions of Filipinos to go jobless and hungry. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Warga melakukan hal tersebut untuk mengamankan pasokan makanan mereka dan menyediakan mata pencaharian alternatif.  

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MARCH 11: An aerial view of a football field converted into a community farm in Tondo district on March 11, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. According to economic think tank Ibon Foundation, lack of supply and surging inflation has caused the prices of protein such as pork to skyrocket and made food unaffordable for many Filipinos already reeling from the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods. Strapped for cash and food, Filipinos have begun converting vacant spaces in urban areas such as football fields, basketball courts, and parking lots into community farms, securing their own food supply and providing an alternative livelihood. The Philippines is currently experiencing the second-worst outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, a year after a government-imposed lockdown which has caused millions of Filipinos to go jobless and hungry. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Berbagai jenis sayuran mereka tanam dan budidayakan.  

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MARCH 11: An aerial view of a football field converted into a community farm in Tondo district on March 11, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. According to economic think tank Ibon Foundation, lack of supply and surging inflation has caused the prices of protein such as pork to skyrocket and made food unaffordable for many Filipinos already reeling from the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods. Strapped for cash and food, Filipinos have begun converting vacant spaces in urban areas such as football fields, basketball courts, and parking lots into community farms, securing their own food supply and providing an alternative livelihood. The Philippines is currently experiencing the second-worst outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, a year after a government-imposed lockdown which has caused millions of Filipinos to go jobless and hungry. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Selain pertanian, warga juga membuka lahan untuk peternakan.  

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MARCH 11: An aerial view of a football field converted into a community farm in Tondo district on March 11, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. According to economic think tank Ibon Foundation, lack of supply and surging inflation has caused the prices of protein such as pork to skyrocket and made food unaffordable for many Filipinos already reeling from the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods. Strapped for cash and food, Filipinos have begun converting vacant spaces in urban areas such as football fields, basketball courts, and parking lots into community farms, securing their own food supply and providing an alternative livelihood. The Philippines is currently experiencing the second-worst outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, a year after a government-imposed lockdown which has caused millions of Filipinos to go jobless and hungry. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Mulai dari kambing, ayam, hingga ikan, dibudidayakan sendiri oleh warga.  

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MARCH 11: An aerial view of a football field converted into a community farm in Tondo district on March 11, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. According to economic think tank Ibon Foundation, lack of supply and surging inflation has caused the prices of protein such as pork to skyrocket and made food unaffordable for many Filipinos already reeling from the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods. Strapped for cash and food, Filipinos have begun converting vacant spaces in urban areas such as football fields, basketball courts, and parking lots into community farms, securing their own food supply and providing an alternative livelihood. The Philippines is currently experiencing the second-worst outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, a year after a government-imposed lockdown which has caused millions of Filipinos to go jobless and hungry. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Hasil dari pertanian dan peternakan dijadikan konsumsi pribadi atau dijual kembali.  

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MARCH 11: An aerial view of a football field converted into a community farm in Tondo district on March 11, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. According to economic think tank Ibon Foundation, lack of supply and surging inflation has caused the prices of protein such as pork to skyrocket and made food unaffordable for many Filipinos already reeling from the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods. Strapped for cash and food, Filipinos have begun converting vacant spaces in urban areas such as football fields, basketball courts, and parking lots into community farms, securing their own food supply and providing an alternative livelihood. The Philippines is currently experiencing the second-worst outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, a year after a government-imposed lockdown which has caused millions of Filipinos to go jobless and hungry. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Selain dijual, makanan hasil pertanian juga dibagikan kepada warga kurang mampu.  

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MARCH 11: An aerial view of a football field converted into a community farm in Tondo district on March 11, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. According to economic think tank Ibon Foundation, lack of supply and surging inflation has caused the prices of protein such as pork to skyrocket and made food unaffordable for many Filipinos already reeling from the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods. Strapped for cash and food, Filipinos have begun converting vacant spaces in urban areas such as football fields, basketball courts, and parking lots into community farms, securing their own food supply and providing an alternative livelihood. The Philippines is currently experiencing the second-worst outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, a year after a government-imposed lockdown which has caused millions of Filipinos to go jobless and hungry. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Filipina saat ini mengalami wabah COVID-19 terburuk kedua di Asia Tenggara, setahun setelah penguncian yang diberlakukan pemerintah yang menyebabkan jutaan orang Filipina menjadi pengangguran dan kelaparan.  

Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian
Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian
Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian
Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian
Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian
Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian
Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian
Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian
Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian
Warga Filipina Ubah Lapangan Bola Jadi Lahan Pertanian