201 agrarian reform clusters (ARCs) were mobilized
255 self-help groups (SHGs) and people's organizations (POs) were formed; 118 agrarian reform cluster working groups (ARCWGs) and rural infrastructure work.
155 agrarian reform community development plans (ARCDPs) were completed and prepared; 96 annual investment plans; 96 medium term municipal development plans
155 ARCs completed the Enhanced Participatory Area Planning.
118 functional community-based M&E installed; 287 training programs on participatory planning, fiinancial management, GOP and ADB policies conducted for LGU and DAR staff; 5 information, education, & communication materials developed and disseminated.
309 training and development plans implemented; 96 ARCs with functional organizations engaged in sustainable agri-enterprise
For the period, the re-echo training on natural farming systems and agro-forestry in different ARCs headed by the field implementers and selected farmer leaders slowed down consdierably due to the move of the Project to realign its AED activities with that of the ARCCESS Program which commenced in 2012. Nonetheless, two provinces in Region VIII reported establishment of demo farms (5 in Leyte), the conduct of training on High Value Crops Production (2 in W. Samar) and re-echo of the natural farming system technology (1 in Leyte).
About 55,000 ha. will be surveyed for subdivision of titles. About 48,332 ha of collective CLOAs were submitted by regions V, VI, VIII, IX and ARMM covering 13 of the 18 provinces covered by the ARCP 2 for validation of the National Land Survey-Technical Working Group.
Continue working with the Land Bank of the Philippines on the implementation of the Agri-Enterprise Credit and Agri-Finance Service (Agri-CASH). To date, a total of 28 cooperatives are serving ARBs/non-ARBs under the Agri-CASH scheme.
Trainors training on Natural Farming Systems Technology and SALT): 92 Techno Demo farms were established; 129 Technical trainings on natural farming systems; 33 Technical trainings on agro-forestry; 71 Technical trainings on high value crops; 16 Technical trainings on plantation development; 97 Technical trainings on fisheries and livestock.
Marketing agreements were made with S.C. Global Corporation for bananas and coconuts in selected ARCs and with Early Seven Marketing for cassava in Region 8, and remain enforced. Additional market tie-ups with the following were made with the corresponding crops: San Miguel FOod Inc. and Kadbayan MPC for cassava; Rejano for arrowroot; ONRPA and AHSSI for sugarcane; and Agumil Phils for oil palm. In addition, the following buyers of milled rice have geen tapped: Prieto Rice Mill, SIDECO, Leving Rice and Corn Mill, Fernandez Buy & Sell & Milling, C&A Enterprise, DA/ Ormoc Government and NFA.
About 48,332 ha of collective CLOAs were submitted by Regions V, VI, VII, IX, and ARMM covering 13 out of the 18 provinces covered by ARCP II for validation of the National Land Survey Technical Working Group.
Continue working with Land Bank of the Philippines on the implementation of the agri-enterprise credit and agri-finance service (Agri-CASH).
50 cooperatives are serving ARBs/non-ARBs under the Agri-CASH scheme.
232 access infrastructure subprojects out of the 421 Government- approved are ongoing; comprising FMRs. 132 social infrastructure subprojects; 26 multipurpose buildings; 26 barangay health centers, 24 day care centers, 56 school buildings.
14 potable water supply systems.
43 post-harvest facilities provided.
Established project offices.
Established local project offices and the subproject approval committees, both regional and national.
The Special Management Team for ARMM contract has been signed on 29 June 2011; ongoing procurement for NGO contracting services, land tenure improvement survey services.