The ANP has generated more than 12, 000 jobs since its formation in 1988. It has also organized its own foundation called the ANP Foundation for Enterprise Development, Inc. or ANPFEDI to respond to the clamor of other provinces and to recognize the need to institutionalize the training programs and technical supports given to its members and non-members.
ANPFEDI managed the National Economic Enterprise Development or NEED Program of the Presidential Council for Countryside Development from 1994 to 1997. It was designed and patterned after the ANP growth process for entrepreneurial development through handicraft and small-scale food production for the 20 depressed provinces of the country.
The foundation had also managed the Socio-Economic Enterprise Development or the SEED Program in partnership with the Province of Negros Occidental through the Office of former Governor Rafael Coscolluella. It aimed to help develop entrepreneurial development in the different municipalities in the province.