DAR delivers P2.3-M climate resilient farm project in Bohol
The Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) said it has turned over farm equipment worth more than P2.3 million to the agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARBs) in Talibon and Trinidad towns in Bohol.
The distibution was done as part of DAR’s celebration of Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program’s (CARP) 30 years of implementation.
DAR 7 Regional Director Luis B. Bueno said the farm implements manifest the tangible existence of DAR’s projects, which ensure positive gains and contribute to the success of CARP implementation in the community.
As part of DAR’s Climate Resilient Farm Productivity Support Project (CRFPSP), an Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Organization (ARBO) in Talibon town, Bohol Bayanihan Multi-Purpose Cooperative also received three units of hand tractors with complete accessories each worth P145,000.
The other ARBOs — which include the Sto. Niño Free Farmers Association, Rizal Livelihood Association, Sikatuna Farmers’ Association, Purok 5 Farmers’ Association, and Tubod Farmers Association in Talibon — also received one unit each of hand tractor with complete accessories.
The Kinan-oan Farmers Multi-Purpose Cooperative in Trinidad town also received farm-equipment amounting to more than P1.194 million consisting of two decorticating machines worth each P497,000 and one unit of bailing machine worth P200,000.00 under the specialized common service facilities.