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     Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!!!!     Cheers, Agricultural and Fisheries Modernization Act (Philippines) Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization Act (AFMA)   |[pic]The Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization Act, or Republic Act 8435, (AFMA) was signed into law in December 1997. AFMA | ...
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    goods opposed it. Despite the favorable conditions in agriculture, such as, good soil, freer labor force, population less depended on the land for income, little land-aristocracy (“junkers” in Germany), and better opportunities for modernization, the whole agricultural sector suffered greatly from the...
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  • AFMA Primer
    Congressional Commission on Agricultural Modernization,” modern agriculture is perceived as dynamic, highly productive and competitive. Republic Act 8435 or the Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization Act of 1997, simply known as AFMA, seek to modernize the Philippine agriculture for the country to compete in...
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  • Industrialization
    necessary. 3.Modernization of Agriculture-Modernization of agriculture is necessary for increasing the productivity of land, tractor, pump set, chemicals, fertilizers, insecticides and other developed machineries are necessary to modernize agriculture. It- means modernization of agriculture is possible...
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  • Modernisation and Economic Development
    in different markets, this stimulates the development of China, causing a rapid economic development and modernization to occur. So I absolutely agree that modernization and economic development has had only brought positive effect to China and China’s people. According...
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    Bangladesh Agriculture   Bangladesh is primarily an agrarian economy and agriculture is crucial for the country’s socioeconomic development. The agriculture sector generates approximately 31 percent of the GDP, contributes to 24 percent of export earnings and accounts for 65 percent of national employment...
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  • A Take on Basic Economics
    75% of the country’s population was dependent on agriculture. But the productivity in the agricultural sector was very low because of the use of old technology and the absence of required infrastructure for the vast majority of farmers. India’s agriculture vitally depends on the monsoon and if monsoon fell...
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  • The Four Modernizations
    The Four Modernizations 1975, China. An idea conceived by Zhou Enlai was made into effect by Deng Xiaoping, the current Chairman of the CCP. His goals were only for the benefit of the country and never had he thought of doing wrong to his people. The idea that was put into effect was called “The Four...
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  • Technology and Agriculture
    • Agricultural Technology The era of modernization is viewed in the entire sectors especially in the agriculture sector. Gone are the days when farmers meant a poor man laboring hard to meet his needs. In the modern times, farmers are equipped with agriculture technology that is latest and trouble free...
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  • Industralisation
    necessary. Modernization of Agriculture Modernization of agriculture is necessary for increasing the productivity of land, tractor, pump set, chemicals, fertilizers, insecticides and other developed machineries are necessary to modernize agriculture. It- means modernization of agriculture is possible...
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  • An Essay on Modernism vs. Traditionalism in the Mayor of Casterbridge
    Britain to ‘modern' Victorian times. In agriculture, most of the transition took place around 1846 with the repeal of the corn laws. This allowed foreign grain to be imported into England for the first time. Consequently, the entire structure and methods of agriculture in Britain were greatly altered. Much...
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  • The Impact of Modernization on Women
    Social modernization brought about a series of major changes in the social structure. One of its strongest influences was the awakening of a woman's consciousness. With rapid economic development and the advent of the women's movement, the changing status of women received much attention around the...
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  • Course Title of Aec !
    and methods of extension communication in agriculture COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the course, the student should be able to: 1. describe the nature, scope and function of agricultural extension in the context of changing Philippine agriculture 2. explain how agricultural extension...
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  • Stalins Rassia
    Focus route Page 8 Why was modernization needed? At the beginning of the 20th century Russia was faced with a crisis that consisted of inefficient and overcrowding of land and the lack of industrialization that had occurred in western nations notably the USA. For a long time Russia had not used...
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  • Essays
    MODERNIZATION, URBANIZATION, INDUSTRIALIZATION, & WESTERNIZATION An Assignment Prepared By M.B.S. Kumara (BM/2008/149) M.LG.K.Gunathilaka (BM/2008/092) P.A.A.P Sandaruwan (BM/2008/276) Course: BMKT 12132 (Fundamental of Sociology and Psychology) Facilitator: Miss. S.G.W.K Jayawikramarathne ...
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  • Hkgth Jgj
    Modernization of Agriculture and Long-Term Growth † Dennis Tao Yang and Xiaodong Zhu December 2008 Abstract This paper develops a two-sector model that illuminates the role of agricultural modernization in the transition from stagnation to growth. When agriculture relies on traditional technology...
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  • Mr Habbache
    cope with an impossible situation that is yet another obstacle to development. This phenomenon illustrates, once again, the need for reinstating agriculture at the center of a world strategy against poverty. The Rural Exodus, which involves the depopulation of the countryside and the abandonment of...
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  • iohnoio
    education, in the process radically expanding China's educational system." 2. The Great Leap Forward. This was aimed to further the rising areas of agriculture and industry however this time took a terrible turn for the worst. The soviets explained the aims set by Mao as ‘ not=[ corroborated by any sound...
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  • Changes in Rural Areas
    Discuss the changes in rural areas and their impact on gender.  Is modernization and development the answer? Poverty is highly found in rural areas where there is a lack of education, healthcare, limits access of choices, and numerous challenges for its habitants. A major cause of poverty among India’s...
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  • Modernisation and Dependency Theory
    of this essay is to compare and contrast the modernization and dependency theories. It then attempts to determine which theory explains what is going wrong in developing countries. The essay begins by defining theory. Secondly, it defines the modernization and dependency theories and their examples that...
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