Philippines

INTRODUCTION Factors deteriorating Laguna de Bay Region (LDBR) In general, the policies governing LBDR generally aim at the judicious use of the lake resources by the various stakeholders, as well as the protection of the lake from pollution and the conservation of the lake and its watershed...
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INTRODUCTION Currently, the world’s population is posted at about 7.5 billion people and is expected to reach about 8.5 billion by 2030 and 9.8 billion by 2050 (United Nations, 2017). This booming population would require sustainable global food production. The need to improve productivity and...
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INTRODUCTION The Philippines lags behind its Asian neighbors in terms of land administration and management.  It is widely accepted that the multiple national land agencies lack mechanisms for coordination.  Continuing legislative efforts to rectify the situation have not evolved to...
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INTRODUCTION Agricultural credit is a major support service extended to serve the financial needs for agricultural production, marketing and other stages of the value chain. Enhancing access to credit by small farmers has always been a major component of development programs and projects in the...
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INTRODUCTION The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law (CARL) or Republic Act (R.A.) 6677 in Section 26 provides that the lands awarded shall be paid for by beneficiaries to the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) in thirty (30) annual amortizations at 6% annual interest.  The payments for the...
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