• Article Xiii
    RESOURCES REFORM Section 4. The State shall, by law, undertake an agrarian reform program founded on the right of farmers and regular farmworkers who are landless, to own directly or collectively the lands they till or, in the case of other farmworkers, to receive a just share of the fruits thereof. To...
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  • Ivestagatory
    , government still needs to acquire and distribute almost 962,000 hectares of land, which at its current LAD rate will be accomplished two to three years after the 2014 deadline set by the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program Extension with Reforms (Carper). Such lackluster performance in LAD is...
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  • Communication Strategies in Organic Development in Cataingan, Masbate
    from each ARC barangay. We just informed the participants through text messages. Discussion was handled by Agrarian Reform Program Technologist (ARPTech), Gilberto L. Dela Pena, who underwent an extensive training in Shell Foundation Offfice in Legaspi city (Appendix 11). .He spoke in fluent...
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  • Republic
    comprehensive and integrated development program in agrarian reform and resettlement areas with special concern for the development of agro-based, marine-based, and cottage-based industries; "(9) To represent the beneficiaries on any or all matters that affect their interest; and "(10) To...
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  • Kalikasan
    Republic of the Philippines ILOCOS SUR POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE Main Campus, Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur Term Paper as final course requirement in “ Agricultural Research Management” PREPARED BY: CARMENCITA T. BERSALONA MSA- RD Student...
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    article to address the issue of farmers plight leading to suicide and measures to address the issue have been suggested. Several studies have been conducted by the Government and social science organizations to analyse the agrarian crisis and farmers suicides. Based on my experience as District...
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  • History of Agrarian Reform
    – Instituting a Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program- Effectivity – July 22, 1987. Republic Act No. 6657 - An Act Instituting a Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program to Promote Social Justice and Industrialization, providing the Mechanism for its implementation and other purposes – Effectivity June...
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  • Edward
    of his land reform program. On paper, the program was the most comprehensive ever attempted in the Philippines. Holdings of more than seven hectares were to be purchased and parceled out to individual tenants (up to three hectares of irrigated, or five hectares of unirrigated, land), who would then...
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  • Reaction
    . And Resolved the issue of Hacienda luisita. He reported that the dept. of agrarian reform has already completed the list of qualified beneficiaries who are recipients of lands title Comprehensive agrarian Reform Program extension with reforms or CARPER. He said also the HEALTH PROGRAMS it...
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  • Sona 2013
    framework for speeding up the parceling out of land. “This is why, from the start, these agencies have worked to fix this system, and now we are at a point where we can guarantee that in the next year, all notices of coverage will have been served for lands covered by comprehensive agrarian reform...
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  • On Hacienda Luisita
    Agrarian Reform, which will distribute the land to small farmers after compensating the landowners P3.988 million. 1988, Court dismissed civil case against the Cojuancos relating to Luisita since President Aquino declared that agrarian reform covers sugar lands. Enactment of the Comprehensive Agrarian...
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  • Econ Final Course Req.
    the CARP (Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program) of former Pres. Corazon Aquino from the CARP Extension and Reform Law (RA 9700) of former Pres. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. 5. a. In Corporation, Define by-laws. b. What is the effect if the corporation failed to file its by-laws within one...
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  • Philippines' Anti-Poverty Program Through Peoples' Participation
    supported by public investments focused on public goods and services; j) Acceleration of agrarian reform; k) Promotion of community-based natural resource programs and reduce environmental degradation through an enabling economic and regulatory environment; l) Expansion of access to health and...
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  • Land Conversion
    . The AGRICOM stated that its modernization should be characterized by growth, efficiency, equity and sustainability. And the following are some of their key recommendations: the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform should be turned over to the Department of Agriculture, small-scale irrigation should be...
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  • Comprehensive Analysis of Rice Production
    consulted various medium such as journals, economics text book and the internet in order to gather sufficient data that will enable them to formulate a comprehensive research paper. This is done so that the researchers can meet the objectives they have set up in the beginning of this paper. In...
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  • Karnataka: a Brief Study on Globalization, Farming, and Genetically Modified Crops
    ] Nanjundaswamy. "International Call to Action: Monsanto on the Ropes." Operation: Cremate Monsanto. Karntaka State Farmers Association. Web. 03 May 2011. . [41] Manor, James. Successful Governance Reforms in Two India States: Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Discussion Paper 385. Institute of...
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  • History of Japanese Technology Evolution
    enemy was not always unhappy for the Japanese nation, but it laid a new course of technical development.[14] An increased number of companies which were born in consequence of the dissolution of zaibatsu competed each other in the technical development game. The agrarian reform gave birth to ten...
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  • Agrarian Reform - Paper 2
    Research Papers 1(2): 1±48. Quezon City: MODE. Riedinger, Jeffrey (1995) Agrarian Reform in the Philippines: Democratic Transitions and Redistributive Reform. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Rivera, Temario (1994) Landlords and Capitalists: Class, Family, and State in Philippine Manufacturing...
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  • Course Article
    . Institutions, Parties, and Health Reform Institutional arrangementshave been identified as among the most important constraintsstill faced by health reformersin the United States.'oStill, the linkages between institutions and policy outcomes remain quite complex. Recent neoinstitutionalist research,both...
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  • History of the Philippine Agriculture
    . F., R. M. Briones, and E. S. Paterno. 2003. Investments, Productivity, and Land Market Impacts of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP). CARP Impact Assessment Studies vol. 4. Department of Agrarian Reform, Quezon City. Habito, C. F. and C. Bautista. 2005. “Making SMEs Work, Making SMEs...
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