NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, Dec. 19 (PIA6) - - Christmas came early for eight agrarian reform beneficiary organizations with their brand new common service facilities worth P3.5 million.
The Department of Agrarian Reform II turned over 4 units shredder, 9 hand tractors and 5 threshers which was led by Provincial Agrarian Reform Program Officer II Lucrecia Taberna, a release from the DAR said.
This is in relation to the implementation of the Agrarian Reform Community Connectivity and Economic Support Services (ARCCESS) Project, one of the mechanisms of DAR intended to increase the farm productivity, improve the household income and provide sustainable livelihood for Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries.
“I am looking forward that you will see to it that the CSF will primarily serve your needs and you shall manage, operate and maintain the CSF in an efficient and economical manner, as well as ensure its profitability,” Taberna told the beneficiaries.
The parties also signed the Memorandum of Agreement and Trust Agreement to ensure sustainability of the CSFs and the ARCCESS project.*(JSC/EAD-PIA6 Negros Occidental)