Assignment No. 4 in Economics with LRT (1st Sem, AY 2011-2012)

Visit the Department of Agrarian Reform's (DAR) website. Browse the entire website and select three (3) links that you are interested in. These links could be about news or articles on economics, research studies, updates, etc. Include the links on your answers and make a review in each article/news. One paragraph each article or news is good.

15 comments:

katherine Garganera said...

Katherine C. Garganera
BSA_II

♥DAR Hosts Seminar on Climate Proofing for Agrarian Reform Communities

This article talks about on how we can cope up with the climate change. Climate change in this article is the cause why there were floods, result in food shortage, and increase in water and airborne diseases, infrastructure damage and of natural resources degradation here in the Philippines. To avoid or prevent these causes of climate change the DAR conduct a seminar to the farmers for them to adapt it, the implementers that planting trees, , using bio-friendly fertilizers, organic farming, are just some of the ways the farmers can use to help lessen climate change. I see this seminar as effective for us to avoid and lessen the calamities and crisis cause of climate change.

♥Farmers Reap Fortune thru Patience, Perseverance

In this article shows that the program that DAR conduct had been effective and gave a big help to those farmers for them to help their selves to increase income. They had a project where farmers were trained six-months for vegetable production with the used of the new farming technique. The project of DAR also taught the farmers on developing, producing and marketing of their vegetables. And there are testimonies that show that the project of DAR really helps those farmers for them to increase their income.

♥Agrarian Beneficiaries to Benefit from Irrigation and Road Projects


This article talks about on rehabilitating of the communal irrigation system and to complete the farm to market road project. This project of DAR will be a big help to those farmers and residents because it will make the transportation easier of transporting farm products in to the market. It was said that about 60 of the 530 ARBs in the ARC will directly benefit from the irrigation project, while some 1,686 residents here and in nearby villages will be benefited by the farm-to-market road. Hope that this project of DAR or Department of Agrarian Reform will be successful for our fellow countrymen to benefit from it and will have a better transportation.

katherine Garganera said...

Katherine C. Garganera
BSA_II

♥DAR Hosts Seminar on Climate Proofing for Agrarian Reform Communities

This article talks about on how we can cope up with the climate change. Climate change in this article is the cause why there were floods, result in food shortage, and increase in water and airborne diseases, infrastructure damage and of natural resources degradation here in the Philippines. To avoid or prevent these causes of climate change the DAR conduct a seminar to the farmers for them to adapt it, the implementers that planting trees, , using bio-friendly fertilizers, organic farming, are just some of the ways the farmers can use to help lessen climate change. I see this seminar as effective for us to avoid and lessen the calamities and crisis cause of climate change.

♥Farmers Reap Fortune thru Patience, Perseverance

In this article shows that the program that DAR conduct had been effective and gave a big help to those farmers for them to help their selves to increase income. They had a project where farmers were trained six-months for vegetable production with the used of the new farming technique. The project of DAR also taught the farmers on developing, producing and marketing of their vegetables. And there are testimonies that show that the project of DAR really helps those farmers for them to increase their income.

♥Agrarian Beneficiaries to Benefit from Irrigation and Road Projects


This article talks about on rehabilitating of the communal irrigation system and to complete the farm to market road project. This project of DAR will be a big help to those farmers and residents because it will make the transportation easier of transporting farm products in to the market. It was said that about 60 of the 530 ARBs in the ARC will directly benefit from the irrigation project, while some 1,686 residents here and in nearby villages will be benefited by the farm-to-market road. Hope that this project of DAR or Department of Agrarian Reform will be successful for our fellow countrymen to benefit from it and will have a better transportation.

Anonymous said...

GRACE MAHILUM
BSA.

1.DAR HOSTS SEMINAR ON CLIMATE PROOFING FOR AGRARIAN REFORM COMMUNITIES.
- The warning is dire. Scientists say that even if the earth’s hot temperature on global warming is reduced significantly in the coming years, climate change impacts such as droughts, floods, and other severe weather events are likely to result in food shortages, increase in water and air-borne diseases, infrastructure damage and the of natural resources degradation.

To help farmers adapt to these inevitable eventualities, the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) in cooperation with the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation & Development (or GIZ) recently conducted a five-day seminar-workshop on “Climate Proofing for Development: Practical application for agrarian reform communities” at the Century Park Hotel in Malate, Manila.
-Undersecretary for Special Programs & Agrarian Relations Rosalina Bistoyong said the seminar-workshop seeks to understand and learn how to adapt to the climate changes and integrate it in development plans for agrarian reform communities.
- “Climate adaptation ways like planting trees, composting, using bio-friendly fertilizers, organic farming, are just some of the ways the farmers can use to help mitigate climate change,” said Corrine Canlas of GIZ.
- “This course will help our implementers in making necessary developments plans so that our farmers will be able to cope, adapt and sustain their livelihood in the face of climate change,” Bistoyong said.

2.FARMERS REAP FORTUNE THRU PATIENCE, PERSEVERANCE.
- CAPOOCAN, LEYTE – Farmers here have attested that patience and perseverance do help them increase their income.The farmers attended a six-month intensive training on year-round vegetable production, courtesy of the East-West Seed Philippines.
- Besides teaching the new farming technique, the East-West Seed Philippines together with the local government unit also offers credit for farmers’ start-up capital.

Anonymous said...

Tolentino, jhoyce BSA-II ECONOMICS



1. http://www.dar.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=141:dar-provides-water-and-sanitation-facilities-in-the-countryside&catid=68:news-and-announcements&Itemid=238

DAR PROVIDES WATER AND SANITATION FACILITIES IN THE COUNTRYSIDE

I enjoyed reading this article because it showed how DAR could change the lives of everyday Filipinos for the better. DAR launched the Community Managed Water Supply, Hygiene and Sanitation (CPWASH) project in the areas of Eastern Samar, La Union and Davao. The project would help train the farmers of those areas to create, operate, and manage cheap potable water and sanitation systems. This in turn would highly eliminate diseases of the rural areas like E. Coli, diarrhea, amoebiasis, and dysentery that are found in contaminated or dirty water. The project would also instruct residents on proper hygiene and sanitation for better health. Definitely a step in the right direction for the rural community.

2. http://www.dar.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=209:farmers-reap-fortune-thru-patience-perseverance&catid=65:latest-news&Itemid=239

FARMERS REAP FORTUNE THRU PATIENCE, PERSEVERANCE

In this article, farmers have benefited from DAR's Agrarian Reform Communities Development Project (ARCDP). The farmers who participated in the project attended a intensive 6 month training on year round vegetable production courtesy of the East-West Seed Philippines. Their results were extremely positive. Some farmers reported that on the initial harvest alone, they made enough money to cover the expenses spent on the seeds, land preparation and other miscellaneous expenses. Another farmer reporter that before the training, her previous income of P440 ballooned to P30,000 after she had enrolled in the school. Amazing. The program not only showed the farmers what kind of vegetables to plant, but how, when and where. This improved the quality of the vegetables and maximized production. Very good.


3. http://www.dar.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=134:field-staffers-in-priority-areas-beefed-up&catid=68:news-and-announcements&Itemid=238

FIELD STAFFERS IN PRIORITY AREAS BEEFED UP

DAR Secretary Gil de Los Reyes is pushing for a faster distribution of the remaining one million hectares of land by 2014. Focusing on certain areas of the Philippines which account of 70% of that remaining land, he feels it should be distributed to the many and that it is not good for society for the land be held by only the few. Distributing the land with a sense of urgency would create many more individuals and farmers who would focus more on their specific part of land than have one person have a big portion of land and end up ignoring many parts of it. Not only does Reyes want the land to be distributed accordingly, but also assist the farmers as best they can so the land can reach its full potential. I believe this is great since it will help the neglected lands of the Philippines grow rich.

Anonymous said...

Tolentino, jhoyce BSA-II ECONOMICS



1. http://www.dar.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=141:dar-provides-water-and-sanitation-facilities-in-the-countryside&catid=68:news-and-announcements&Itemid=238

DAR PROVIDES WATER AND SANITATION FACILITIES IN THE COUNTRYSIDE

I enjoyed reading this article because it showed how DAR could change the lives of everyday Filipinos for the better. DAR launched the Community Managed Water Supply, Hygiene and Sanitation (CPWASH) project in the areas of Eastern Samar, La Union and Davao. The project would help train the farmers of those areas to create, operate, and manage cheap potable water and sanitation systems. This in turn would highly eliminate diseases of the rural areas like E. Coli, diarrhea, amoebiasis, and dysentery that are found in contaminated or dirty water. The project would also instruct residents on proper hygiene and sanitation for better health. Definitely a step in the right direction for the rural community.

2. http://www.dar.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=209:farmers-reap-fortune-thru-patience-perseverance&catid=65:latest-news&Itemid=239

FARMERS REAP FORTUNE THRU PATIENCE, PERSEVERANCE

In this article, farmers have benefited from DAR's Agrarian Reform Communities Development Project (ARCDP). The farmers who participated in the project attended a intensive 6 month training on year round vegetable production courtesy of the East-West Seed Philippines. Their results were extremely positive. Some farmers reported that on the initial harvest alone, they made enough money to cover the expenses spent on the seeds, land preparation and other miscellaneous expenses. Another farmer reporter that before the training, her previous income of P440 ballooned to P30,000 after she had enrolled in the school. Amazing. The program not only showed the farmers what kind of vegetables to plant, but how, when and where. This improved the quality of the vegetables and maximized production. Very good.


3. http://www.dar.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=134:field-staffers-in-priority-areas-beefed-up&catid=68:news-and-announcements&Itemid=238

FIELD STAFFERS IN PRIORITY AREAS BEEFED UP

DAR Secretary Gil de Los Reyes is pushing for a faster distribution of the remaining one million hectares of land by 2014. Focusing on certain areas of the Philippines which account of 70% of that remaining land, he feels it should be distributed to the many and that it is not good for society for the land be held by only the few. Distributing the land with a sense of urgency would create many more individuals and farmers who would focus more on their specific part of land than have one person have a big portion of land and end up ignoring many parts of it. Not only does Reyes want the land to be distributed accordingly, but also assist the farmers as best they can so the land can reach its full potential. I believe this is great since it will help the neglected lands of the Philippines grow rich.

Anonymous said...

Rosella S. Mabalot
BS-Accountancy

1.AGRARIAN BENEFICIARIES TO BENEFIT FROM IRRIGATION AND ROAD PROJECT

The projects, courtesy of the Japan International Cooperation Agency-Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project (JICA-ARISP), would help double farm produce of farmer-beneficiaries in the Balaquid Agrarian Reform Community (ARC).
These projects become very useful for the residents here and in nearby villages will be benefited by the farm-to-market road. They can use these projects for their own business like farming because the government provided them irrigation.

2.FARMERS REAP FORTUNE THRU PATIENCE, PERSEVERANCE

CAPOOCAN, LEYTE – Farmers here have attested that patience and perseverance do help them increase their income.
The farmers attended a six-month intensive training on year-round vegetable production, courtesy of the East-West Seed Philippines. The farmers get some idea when they attend the intensive training and helps to developed their skill in cropping.

3.LAND TENURE IMPROVEMENT

LAD involves the redistribution of government and private agricultural lands to landless farmers and farmworkers. This is the essence of land reform. It secures farmers' tenure, promotes social equity, and provides them with necessary productive resources needed to ensure their economic viability and productivity.
The distribution of the land can help the farmers to make enough income for their family. Farmers are very important to us because they are the one who provide rice and some vegetable, so we need to give them importance and some benefits for their self.

Anonymous said...

Claudine Lopez
BSBA-II

1.LAND TENURE IMPROVEMENT

This article seeks to secure the rights of the farmers and farm workers in the land that they till in a very long time. This is operationalized by Lad, it secures the farmers tenure promotes social equity, and provides them with necessary productive resources needed to ensure their economic viability and productivity.
2.PROGRAM BENEFICIARIES DEVELOPMENT
This article does not just rely on land distribution, it also support services including farm to market roads, bridges, irrigation, post harvest facilities, rural electrification, potable water supply, school buildings, multi-purpose buildings; extension services, credit assistance, and trainings. They are making infrastructures program in the development of our community and economy.
3.DAR HOSTS SEMINAR ON CLIMATE PROOFING FOR AGRARIAN REFORM COMMUNITIE
The warning is dire. Scientists say that even if the earth’s hot temperature on global warming is reduced significantly in the coming years, climate change impacts such as droughts, floods, and other severe weather events are likely to result in food shortages, increase in water and air-borne diseases, infrastructure damage and the of natural resources degradation.
This issue is very alarming because we fill the hot temperature and experiencing those calamities happens not only in our country but also in other country.

Anonymous said...

Gelardine A. Aldema
BSBA II

1.HOUSE APPROVES DAR’S P18.3-B BUDGET

This article is good news for the agriculture concerned. It would give them a big help to improve their lands and rural infrastructures. Pampanga Rep. Anna York C. Bondoc was right in deciding with that issue in agriculture, because they really need to have a big budget for the agriculture so that our agriculture could improve their product output. Also, they could help the farmers and agrarian in keeping the trend of our agriculture. It could be a big help for the farmers to have a development program on how to make a change or grow our agriculture, however the lack of budget for the agrarian concern is an obstacle for them to have an abundant production.

2. FARMERS REAP FORTUNE THRU PATIENCE, PERSEVERANCE

The stories of some landowners are very inspiring for all the land owners and people who involve in agriculture, they share this for us to know how to make their crops to have an abundant income. The East –West Seed Phil. has a good gesture a good gesture according to DAR Regional Director Eliasem Castillo, and I agree with him, because of that their training and development in producing and marketing vegetables program that help a lot of famers in Capoocan, Leyte to have an abundant crops and give them a bountiful harvest. This would be set as an example for the entire agriculturist so that they would have the same output in agriculture.

3. DAR HOSTS SEMINAR ON CLIMATE PROOFING FOR AGRARIAN REFORM COMMUNITIES

This article is all about on a seminar on climate proofing for agrarian reform communities. It will help the agrarian on how to understand and learn how to adapt to the climate changes and integrate it in development plans for agrarian reform communities. This workshop gives a lesson for the agrarian communities on how to adapt the climate and how the farmers can use to help mitigate the climate change. The agrarian reform communities could put strategies to add development plans for them. It also teaches the farmers on how to measure to avoid the bad effects of chemicals on the environment and contribute in minimizing global warming.

Anonymous said...

Gelardine A. Aldema
BSBA II

1. HOUSE APPROVES DAR’S P18.3-B BUDGET
This article is good news for the agriculture concerned. It would give them a big help to improve their lands and rural infrastructures. Pampanga Rep. Anna York C. Bondoc was right in deciding with that issue in agriculture, because they really need to have a big budget for the agriculture so that our agriculture could improve their product output. Also, they could help the farmers and agrarian in keeping the trend of our agriculture. It could be a big help for the farmers to have a development program on how to make a change or grow our agriculture, however the lack of budget for the agrarian concern is an obstacle for them to have an abundant production.

2. FARMERS REAP FORTUNE THRU PATIENCE, PERSEVERANCE

The stories of some landowners are very inspiring for all the land owners and people who involve in agriculture, they share this for us to know how to make their crops to have an abundant income. The East –West Seed Phil. has a good gesture a good gesture according to DAR Regional Director Eliasem Castillo, and I agree with him, because of that their training and development in producing and marketing vegetables program that help a lot of famers in Capoocan, Leyte to have an abundant crops and give them a bountiful harvest. This would be set as an example for the entire agriculturist so that they would have the same output in agriculture.

3. DAR HOSTS SEMINAR ON CLIMATE PROOFING FOR AGRARIAN REFORM COMMUNITIES

This article is all about on a seminar on climate proofing for agrarian reform communities. It will help the agrarian on how to understand and learn how to adapt to the climate changes and integrate it in development plans for agrarian reform communities. This workshop gives a lesson for the agrarian communities on how to adapt the climate and how the farmers can use to help mitigate the climate change. The agrarian reform communities could put strategies to add development plans for them. It also teaches the farmers on how to measure to avoid the bad effects of chemicals on the environment and contribute in minimizing global warming.

Anonymous said...

Busadre, Jason S.
BS in Information Technology 2nd Year
Mr Marlon B. Raquel

Visit the Department of Agrarian Reform's (DAR) website. Browse the entire website and select three (3) links that you are interested in. These links could be about news or articles on economics, research studies, updates, etc. Include the links on your answers and make a review in each article/news. One paragraph each article or news is good.

1.CABUCGAYAN, BILIRAN – Rice production and farmers’ income in this fifth class municipality are expected to increase once the rehabilitation of the communal irrigation system (CIS) and a farm-to-market road in the area are completed.

- The DAR government agency is taking up a project for Biliran Prvince where they are prospecting to increase the rice production for the economic growth of the land. while if we see, they jave the land, but they must have the better input, proper motivation for the farmers so that the output will be prosper. roads are the most important for migration of people from land to land and also the production travels to location to another location. it is the primary access for the material thing they will use to their project. We hope that this project will be implimented for the benifit of all.

2. CAPOOCAN, LEYTE – Farmers here have attested that patience and perseverance do help them increase their income.

- this means that there is a deleyed between the government agencies project to the agricultural sector of capoocan, leyte. But as a filipini, we have this called attitude of MATYAGA. Where althugh we are impatient to think for hope, but there is. Filipino are always waiting for it. And it is a good sign for us that we are helping our selve for brighter tomorrow.

3. DAR Hosts Seminar on Climate Proofing for Agrarian Reform Communities.

- DAR conducted a seminar for the agricultural sector for their benifit and information to the vast event of Climate change where they talk abouts the extreme negativity effect of this kind of phenomena. But in the positive view, there is also a elbowroom for the agrarian farmers for they can also input a certain production eventhough we are experiencing this matter. Let say Corn crops. Corn will grow with the support of minimal watery and so on. This seminar is also a informatory where they can do some alternative ways of productions investmenst where al will be tha benifit of it.

Anonymous said...

MAY ANN C. CAMPOS
BSE-ENG2


1).Bicolano farmer-beneficiary finds “Gold Mine” In Virgin pili nut oil


A round of appeals to engineer victor ramon goyena for discovering this kind of product “Virgin Pili Nut Oil”. It is good that the lands that has been rewarded by the comprehensive agrarian reform program (CARP) and really useful because these lands are planted by trees plants that can be developed into a good and amazing products discovered by our own.
It is good that the comprehensive agrarian reform program has some various agencies that help our farmers develop and know what is the best trees or plants should be planted in their lands like the Goyena he discovered by himself that the oil extracted from pili nuts is a good skin moisturizer as it helps smoothes aging, dry, and rough skin. Virgin pili nut oil is also good at enhancing hair growth according to Goyena.

2).DAR TAPS BUSINESS ACES TO HELP ENTERPRISING FARMERS GROW

It is good to read this article knowing that the department of agrarian reform (DAR) and the Philippine Business for social progress (PBSP) have committed to provide enterprising farmers cooperative much needed pointers to help them excel in their business undertakings by giving them pointers on how to run their day to day activities according to DAR undersecretary for support services Jerry Pacturan equipping our farmer beneficiaries the much needed technical support knowledge and skills are vital in raising their level of competence and maturity in managing their own business.

3).BATANGUEÑO SOON TO BENEFIT FROM P10.3M ROAD PROJECT FROM DAR

This article state that agrarian reform beneficiary (ARBs) in baranggay Tuyo in Balonga, Bataan will soon benefit from the construction of a P10.3million farm to market road. A memorandum of agreement has been formally signed between DAR and Balonga Mayor Jose Enrique S. Garcia III for the construction of the Montilla San Rafael road.
This road is done will allow case of transportation for the community’s products like vegetable, fruits and rice to conveniently reach the market centers.
Upon reading this article, I now truly believed that the real duty of this DAR is to support and help Farmes.

Anonymous said...

Busadre, Jason S.
BS in Information Technology 2nd Year
Mr Marlon B. Raquel

Visit the Department of Agrarian Reform's (DAR) website. Browse the entire website and select three (3) links that you are interested in. These links could be about news or articles on economics, research studies, updates, etc. Include the links on your answers and make a review in each article/news. One paragraph each article or news is good.

1.CABUCGAYAN, BILIRAN – Rice production and farmers’ income in this fifth class municipality are expected to increase once the rehabilitation of the communal irrigation system (CIS) and a farm-to-market road in the area are completed.

- The DAR government agency is taking up a project for Biliran Prvince where they are prospecting to increase the rice production for the economic growth of the land. while if we see, they jave the land, but they must have the better input, proper motivation for the farmers so that the output will be prosper. roads are the most important for migration of people from land to land and also the production travels to location to another location. it is the primary access for the material thing they will use to their project. We hope that this project will be implimented for the benifit of all.

2. CAPOOCAN, LEYTE – Farmers here have attested that patience and perseverance do help them increase their income.

- this means that there is a deleyed between the government agencies project to the agricultural sector of capoocan, leyte. But as a filipini, we have this called attitude of MATYAGA. Where althugh we are impatient to think for hope, but there is. Filipino are always waiting for it. And it is a good sign for us that we are helping our selve for brighter tomorrow.

3. DAR Hosts Seminar on Climate Proofing for Agrarian Reform Communities.

- DAR conducted a seminar for the agricultural sector for their benifit and information to the vast event of Climate change where they talk abouts the extreme negativity effect of this kind of phenomena. But in the positive view, there is also a elbowroom for the agrarian farmers for they can also input a certain production eventhough we are experiencing this matter. Let say Corn crops. Corn will grow with the support of minimal watery and so on. This seminar is also a informatory where they can do some alternative ways of productions investmenst where al will be tha benifit of it.

Anonymous said...

Busadre, Jason S.
BS in Information Technology 2nd Year
Mr Marlon B. Raquel

Visit the Department of Agrarian Reform's (DAR) website. Browse the entire website and select three (3) links that you are interested in. These links could be about news or articles on economics, research studies, updates, etc. Include the links on your answers and make a review in each article/news. One paragraph each article or news is good.

1.CABUCGAYAN, BILIRAN – Rice production and farmers’ income in this fifth class municipality are expected to increase once the rehabilitation of the communal irrigation system (CIS) and a farm-to-market road in the area are completed.

- The DAR government agency is taking up a project for Biliran Prvince where they are prospecting to increase the rice production for the economic growth of the land. while if we see, they jave the land, but they must have the better input, proper motivation for the farmers so that the output will be prosper. roads are the most important for migration of people from land to land and also the production travels to location to another location. it is the primary access for the material thing they will use to their project. We hope that this project will be implimented for the benifit of all.

2. CAPOOCAN, LEYTE – Farmers here have attested that patience and perseverance do help them increase their income.

- this means that there is a deleyed between the government agencies project to the agricultural sector of capoocan, leyte. But as a filipini, we have this called attitude of MATYAGA. Where althugh we are impatient to think for hope, but there is. Filipino are always waiting for it. And it is a good sign for us that we are helping our selve for brighter tomorrow.

3. DAR Hosts Seminar on Climate Proofing for Agrarian Reform Communities.

- DAR conducted a seminar for the agricultural sector for their benifit and information to the vast event of Climate change where they talk abouts the extreme negativity effect of this kind of phenomena. But in the positive view, there is also a elbowroom for the agrarian farmers for they can also input a certain production eventhough we are experiencing this matter. Let say Corn crops. Corn will grow with the support of minimal watery and so on. This seminar is also a informatory where they can do some alternative ways of productions investmenst where al will be tha benifit of it.

Anonymous said...

Jona Rose Escopel
BSE-English


1) FARMERS REAP FORTUNE THRU PATIENCE, PERSEVERANCE
Department of Agrarian Reform’s (DAR) Agrarian Reform Communities Development Project (ARCDP) offered a project to the farmers of Capoocan, Leyte. This program will help the farmers to double their capital in farming. East-West Seed Philippines together with the local government unit also offers credit for the farmer to have a start-up capita
2) HOUSE APPROVES DAR’S P18.3-B BUDGET
This news talked about the approved budget for DAR for the improvement of the rural infrastructure project and skills development program. Pampanga Rep. Anna York C. Bondoc headed the said proposed budget.

3) DAR TURNS OVER P13.5-M PALAY WAREHOUSE TO BULACAN FARMERS

Agrarian Reform Secretary Virgilio Delos Reyes turned-over the P13.5-million post harvest facility to the farmer-beneficiaries in barangay Bunsuran, Pandi, Bulacan. This will serve as their trading center of palay for mosltly of the farmers of Pandi Bulacan.

kers said...

Crisanto C. Ada
BSCSII

http://www.dar.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=206:agrarian-beneficiaries-to-benefit-from-irrigation-and-road-projects-&catid=65:latest-news&Itemid=239

Agrarian Beneficiaries to Benefit from Irrigation and Road Projects

1. In this article it is indeed highly appreciated what the administration is doing right now.
It is really a big help to the Biliran province to Provide irrigation since summer will be approaching.
aside from that the japan country also is lending us their help for the infrastructure.
I just hope that the countries trusted people will continue for their right doing and not indulge themselves for their
own motives and interest.

http://www.dar.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=209:farmers-reap-fortune-thru-patience-perseverance&catid=65:latest-news&Itemid=239

Farmers Reap Fortune Thru Patience, Perseverance

2."Patience and perseverance should always come together in order to success one's plan"
this are the words I remember from my high school teacher, and it is worthy.
In the case of leyte, they harvested a good vegetable because the DAR taught them how to.

http://www.dar.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=208:dar-hosts-seminar-on-climate-proofing-for-agrarian-reform-communities-&catid=65:latest-news&Itemid=239

DAR Hosts Seminar on Climate Proofing for Agrarian Reform Communities

3. There should be an intensive seminars to farmers specially the sudden change of climate and weather.
In this form the farmers are informed what they will do and what kind of vegetable etc. they will plant.
of course it is obliviously talked that this changing temperature might cause the sudden failure
on the growth of the plant.

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