Final Masterlist of Qualified Farmworker-Beneficiaries of Hacienda Luisita
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Invitation to Bid - Invitation for Consultants to apply for eligibility and to bid for the project Land Subdivision Survey for CY 2013 in the Province of Zamboanga del Sur.
Request for Quotation - Procurement of Fourteen (14) Units of Pick-Ups through International Shopping (IS)
Supplemental / Bid Bulletin Addendum No. 1 - Subdivision Survey of New Lands, Collective CLOAs, and DNYD/P Lands in the Province of Cagayan.
Notice of Award - Name of Project: CAV-2013-01 Location: Province of Cavite
Request for Expression of Interest - Invitation for interested consultants / surveyors to apply for expression of interest for the conduct of resurvey and subdivision of two (2) CARP survey projects in the Province of Cavite. (Second Posting)
Seven (7) Consultant Positions for the Italian Assistance to the Agrarian Reform Community Development Support Progam (IARCDSP).
Terms of Reference and Qualification Requirements for the Seven (7) Consultant Positions for the Italian Agrarian Reform Communities Development Support Program (IARCDSP).
Bagac, Bataan – The Department of Agrarian Reform turned over P55-million worth ofinfrastructure projects to two agrarian reform communities (ARCs) in the province ofBataan.
The Bagac ARC received the newly constructed P27.5-million Banawang communalirrigation project (CIP) andP11.2-million Saysain CIP, which will irrigate 2,747hectares of agricultural lands. The major crops planted are palay, mango and sweetpotato.
On the other hand, Agrarian Reform Municipality of Morong or ARMM ARC acceptedthe newly rehabilitated P10.8-million Alilao-Ambagan CIP and P5.8-million SungoyCIP. The major crops planted in the 3,726-hectare agricultural lands of the ARC are:palay, banana and mango.
DAR Secretary Virgilio Delos Reyes explained to the farmers that irrigation projectsare wise investments due to the climate changes our country is experiencing. “Wedo not know when rain comes. This facilities will assure you that there will be noshortage of water for your farms therefore you must take care of this and do notforget to pay your obligations on this project.
Delos Reyes added that the P55-million worth of projects cost to construct theirrigations is shared by the local government of each town wherein its equity isdetermined according to its income class.
The irrigation projects are funded by WorldBank through the second phase ofAgrarian Reform Community Development Project (WB-ARCDP II).
World Bank Country director Mark Woodward seconded the Secretary by saying thatirrigation is also a long term investment. “As long as there are farms, there is alwaysthe need for irrigation,” he said.
Bagac Vice Mayor Jun Mendoza said that he and his people expect a huge boost ontheir farm productions. “The facility gives our farmers confidence to pursue whateverplan they want to venture on their farm,” he added.
The ARC is a convergence zone for the delivery of support services such asinfrastructure projects, livelihood and financing programs.
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