Beyond Buzzwords: Transforming Philippine Agriculture!

4th National CPAR Congress

Author: DA Communications Group | 29 October 2019

Agriculture Secretary William Dar emphasized the importance of utilizing the results and technologies generated from research during the 4th National Community-based Participatory Action Research (CPAR) Congress organized by the Bureau of Agricultural Research (BAR) on October 28, 2019.

“There should be means in which we can really commercialize the results and lessons we have learned from CPAR. Hindi na lang from 7 na naging 70, dapat from 70 magiging 70,000 na magsasaka at mangingisda ang makinabang. Ganoon po ang gusto nating makita,” said Dar.

He also challenged BAR to upscale the 20-year experience of implementing the CPAR program stressing the importance of lessons learned, and technologies so that more farmers and fishers can benefit from them.

“I am challenging CPAR at kayo din sa kanayunan, mga magsasaka at mangingisda, kasama po kayo sa upscaling and commercialization para hindi lamang iilan ang nakikinabang sa mga resulta ng pananaliksik. Mas makikinabang ang nakararami sa kanayunan,” Dar said. (Photos by Rita dela Cruz, DA-Communications Group)



Bidders' Forum

This event aims to apprise the Bidders on the Standard Bidding Procedures of the Department of Agriculture - Office of the Secretary and the introduction of Green Procurement conditions in the procurement of Lease of Venue, Catering of Food Provision and I.T. Equipment.

As such, we highly encourage you to join and participate in this meaningful event as we have allotted two (2) slots per company on a "First come, First Served" basis. This activity will be held in Region IV-A, exact location to be announced.

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