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Philippines: Agrarian Reform Communities Project II

Sovereign (Public) Project | 37749-013 Status: Active

The Project will support the Government's Medium Term Philippine Development Plan (MTPDP) 2004-2010. It will pursue a holistic approach to poverty reduction by promoting an agribusiness approach to rural development. It will assist the implementation of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) by addressing the most pressing requirements for support in 152 agrarian reform communities (ARCs) and ARC Clusters in 19 provinces in southern Philippines.

Project Details

Project Officer
Aliya Mukhamedyarova Southeast Asia Department Request for information
Country
  • Philippines
Modality
  • Loan
Sector
  • Agriculture, natural resources and rural development
 
Project Name Agrarian Reform Communities Project II
Project Number 37749-013
Country Philippines
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Loan
Source of Funding / Amount
Loan 2465-PHI: Agrarian Reform Communities Project II
Ordinary capital resources US$ 70.00 million
Loan 8238-PHI: Agrarian Reform Communities Project II
OPEC Fund for International Development US$ 30.00 million
Strategic Agendas Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Partnerships
Sector / Subsector

Agriculture, natural resources and rural development / Agricultural production - Irrigation - Rural flood protection - Rural market infrastructure - Rural water policy, institutional and capacity development - Rural water supply services

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Some gender elements
Description

The Project will support the Government's Medium Term Philippine Development Plan (MTPDP) 2004-2010. It will pursue a holistic approach to poverty reduction by promoting an agribusiness approach to rural development. It will assist the implementation of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) by addressing the most pressing requirements for support in 152 agrarian reform communities (ARCs) and ARC Clusters in 19 provinces in southern Philippines.

The long-term impact of the Project is to enable ARB households and other sections of the rural poor in approximately 152 selected ARCs and ARC Clusters (ARC Clusters will include target ARCs and ARBs and other farmers in adjacent areas) in 19 provinces (the provinces to be covered include Romblon, Marinduque, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Sorsogon, Negros Oriental, Leyte, Eastern Samar, Northern Samar, Western Samar, Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur, Zamboanga Sibugay, Shariff Kabunsuan, Maguindanao, Lanao Del Sur, Tawi Tawi, Basilan, and Sulu) to reduce their poverty, and have sustained improvements in their incomes and quality of life.

In order to achieve these impacts, the Project is expected to bring about long lasting improvements in the capabilities and well being of poor and marginalized groups in the target communities. In order to achieve the above outcomes of poverty reduction and sustainable livelihoods, the Project will support the following outputs: (i) strong participation of local communities in the development process by the (a) enhancement of social capital among target communities through the use of a CDD approach, (b) detailed participatory ARC planning based on participation by the rural poor, as well as (c) improved capacity of ARC organizations and LGUs, for better governance and convergence in the provision of support services to target communities; (ii) agri enterprise development (AED)including (a) transfer of technology, (b) greater entrepreneurship among ARC organizations, (c) linkages between the private sector and corporate entities and ARC organizations, for increased investments into rural areas for growth, (d) wider prevalence of community based savings and lending groups for setting up sustainable micro-finance services among communities, (e) Land Tenure Improvement to improve security of land titles, enable investments into productivity enhancements, (iii) improved access to rural infrastructure, designed to provide a boost to improved production and productivity, and crop intensification; and (iv) improved project management.

Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

Most of the rural poor in the Philippines are landless and land-poor households inhabiting rural areas in southern Luzon, Mindanao, and the Visayas. Their lack of equitable access to the means of production, including land, capital, irrigation, technology, information, employment opportunities, and markets, leads to deep poverty and low living standards. The Government's response to the widespread rural distress and unrest in the 1980s has been the CARP. CARP aims to acquire and redistribute all public and disposable alienable land suited to agriculture, as well as private agricultural lands above certain limits, irrespective of crops grown, to eligible ARBs. CARP includes support services to be provided to ARBs with a view to reducing their poverty and improving the sustainability of their landholdings. ADB has supported the implementation of CARP through its Agrarian Reform Communities Project (ARCP).

Under the ARCP, ADB assisted the development coverage of 165 ARCs in 35 provinces. The ARCP has been successful in achieving most of its targets with high rates of utilization of project financing. Targets for most of the components have been exceeded, especially for rural infrastructure, which has had far-reaching effects on the access of target ARCs to processing facilities and bigger markets. Technology transfer for improving productivity and rural enterprise development has shown results in terms of sustainable increases in incomes for ARBs and other farmers. The ARCP has demonstrated the need for ensuring regular budgetary releases for project implementation. It has also brought home to both ADB and the Government the need for mainstreaming project management and for ensuring high standards of governance and fiduciary responsibility all around.

Building on lessons learned from the ARCP, as well as the lessons emerging from the impact assessments done for CARP (in 2003 and 2007) and other externally assisted projects, and in support of the priorities of the Government, the ARCP II will cover about 152 ARCs and 11 ARC clusters (target ARCs and ARBs and other farmers in adjacent areas) in 19 provinces. It will provide targeted support in precisely those areas where it is necessary to bring about fundamental change to enable the transformation of CARP lands into agribusiness lands. It will thus contribute to pro-poor economic growth and lead to equitable sharing of the benefits of growth across regions and rural poor communities

Impact Agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARBs) and nonARBs in approximately 152 Agrarian Reform Communities (ARCs) and 11 ARC Clusters reduced poverty and have sustained improvements in incomes and quality of life.
Project Outcome
Description of Outcome Capabilities and well-being of poor and marginalized groups in the target communities improved.
Progress Toward Outcome

214 ARCs were mobilized. 22,242 ARBs and Non-ARBs were able to access credit facilities.

Data from AED component show that in several crops, gross margins increased by more than 15% (irrigation yields increasing from 80/90 cavans per hectare to 120 cavans in Leyte; 4.5 mt/ha to 6.3 my/ha in Zamboanga del Norte), while income increases in several areas for specific products exceeded the 10% target (e.g. dried fishing Leyte 40%; coffee processing Sulu 64% and Basilan 19%).

Data from the AED component show that in several crops, gross margins increased by more than 15% (irrigation yields increasing from 80/90 cavans per hectare to 120 cavans in Leyte; 4.5 mt/ha to 6.3 my/ha in Zamboanga del Norte), while income increases in several areas for specific products exceeded the 10% target (e.g. dried fishing Leyte 40%; coffee processing Sulu 64% and Basilan 19%). All the value adding enterprises supported by the Project are profitable and are contributing positive returns to the farmers' organizations with an average return on investments of 71%. Net profit per month ranged from 417 pesos (The Peanut Brittle/Molido enterprise in Sorsogon) to as high as 126,795 pesos per month for the Duck Eggs business in Maguindanao. The other high earning enterprises are the coffee enterprises in Basilan and Sulu generating monthly net income amounting to 76,420 pesos and 48,333 pesos. Enterprises though need Food and Drug Administration certification to facilitate marketing and secure better prices.

Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

Output 1: Community Driven Development (CDD)

Output 2: Agriculture and Enterprise Development

Output 3: Rural Infrastructure Development

Output 4: Project Implementation and Management

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

Output 1: 161 ARCs and 11 ARC clusters were assisted with development plans. Organizational development and capability building programs were provided to 182 organizations covering 161 ARCs with total membership of 40,563 members, of which 24,008 are male and 16,555 are female. Most ARBOs are engaged in economic activities. 136 LGUs have detailed development plans covering 152 ARCs and 11 ARC clusters, and integrated in the LGU development plans. Cooperatives and barangay water and sanitation associations, irrigators' associations and other people's organizations in 152 ARCs were strengthened.

Functional community-based M & E groups were installed in 49 ARCs with completed rural infrastructure subprojects.

35 lAs existed in the approved rehabilitation of irrigation SPs under the Project; they received regular training programs and capacity building assistance by NIA prior to the approval of the SPs. With the irrigation facilities in the service areas now funded by the LGUs, the lAs were transformed into ARBOs and provided CDD assistance under the Project. Training provided for 136 LGUs covering 152 ARCs. Capacity building training included strategic planning, basic accounting for non- accountants, and financial management. The Project assisted all provinces in training on project implementation, which covered financial management, procurement and contract management, monitoring and evaluation, and infrastructure quality monitoring and durability system (IQMDS).

Output 2: Nationwide and provincial level data show increases in crop yields on average of around 10% over the Project period. Data from the AED component show that in several crops gross margins increased by more than 15% (irrigation yields increasing from 80/90 cavans per hectare to 120 cavans in Leyte; 4.5 mt/ha to 6.3 my/ha in Zamboanga del Norte), while income increases in several areas for specific products exceeded the 10% target (e.g. dried fishing Leyte 40; coffee processing Sulu 64% and Basilan 19%). By December 2014, only 3,625.2 hectares were distributed with individual titles benefiting 2,272 ARBs. Targets were thus reduced to 29,698 hectares, distributed with individual titles benefiting 17,204 ARBs. By June 2018, performance improved with titles covering 6,409.4 hectares, benefiting 3,534 ARBs. LBP through its agri-cash program exceeded its lending targets from 2010-2012, with 22,242 beneficiaries receiving loans totaling P304 million. From 2012 to 2014 the lending target of P197 million was achieved.

Output 3: 842 kms of access roads were completed (target was revised in 2014 to 947 kms given the reduction in LGU interest and their financing). The irrigation target was reduced to 5,022 hectares service area and 90% of the reduced target coverage was met. In Leyte, rehabilitation of two schemes helped increase yields from 80/90 cavans per hectare to over 120 cavans per hectare. In Zamboanga, yields increased from 4.5 mt/ha to 6.3 mt/ha. Post-harvest facilities were provided in consultation with the AED component. 19 solar dryers, 4 warehouses, and 12 warehouses with solar dryers were turned over, 4 less warehouses with dryers. 185 social infrastructure facilities were provided, including 24 barangay health stations, 21 day care centers, 29 multipurpose buildings and 11 school classrooms.

Output 4: Project management structures as envisaged in the RRP were established, integrated within the structure of the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) and local government units (LGUs), including a Project Executive Committee and National Project Coordinating Office within DAR. A regional project office was established for the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. Advance accounts were established in DAR and DOF (Municipal Development Fund Office) for the ADB and OFID loans. Department of Public Works and Highways and National Irrigation Administration provided technical oversight for rural infrastructure. The project was thrice extended and the ADB loan account was financially closed on 19 August 2019. The OFID loan account will also be closed.

Geographical Location Basilan, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Eastern Samar, Lanao Del Sur, Leyte, Maguindanao, Maguindanao, Marinduque, Mindoro Occidental, Mindoro Oriental, Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental, Northern Samar, Palawan, Romblon, Samar, Sorsogon, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi, Zamboanga Del Norte, Zamboanga Del Sur, Zamboanga Sibugay
Safeguard Categories
Environment B
Involuntary Resettlement B
Indigenous Peoples A
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects On the environmental and social safeguards for the approved rural infrastructure subprojects, the project issued (i) certificates of non-coverage for 250 subprojects; (ii) environmental clearance certificates for 59 subprojects; (iii) right-of-way issuances to 426 subprojects. The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples issued 234 certificates of non-overlap and 54 certificates of precondition for the approved rural infrastructure subprojects. In lieu of the project's safeguard requirements for social infrastructure, barangay resolutions are required to show the recipients' commitment in ensuring their compliance with environment and social safeguards' requirements. DAR submitted the environmental and social safeguards monitoring report from 2009-December 2017.
Involuntary Resettlement The following were maintained by the local government units : (i) inventory of project-affected persons (PAPs), (ii) short resettlement plans, (iii) summary of affected assets, and (iv) legal documents executed by the PAPs.
Indigenous Peoples The individual consultant submitted to ADB the external monitoring report on indigenous peoples. The report covers project areas in regions IV-B, V, VI, VIII, IX, and ARMM.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design Target area selection was based on both poverty and identifiable economic potential-based criteria. At the provincial level, the lesson of ARCP to keep the geographical spread manageable was kept in mind. Poverty assessments showed that three quarters of the poor are in the Mindanao and the Visayan regions. Targeting these regions is essential to address resource inequalities as well as provision of necessary infrastructure and support services for the rural poor. As agreed by DAR and ADB and in consultation with the DAR regional and provincial officials, the selection of the eligible provinces was based on the following criteria: (i) Provinces with the highest rural poverty incidence, (ii) Provinces in the southern half of the Philippines that are included in the ADB Country Strategy Paper and Program (2005- 2007), (iii) Provinces with at least four ARCs that have not received financial assistance for infrastructure from foreign-assisted projects of DAR, and (iv) LGUs' willingness to cooperate with the ARCs and assurances of inter-LGU cooperation.
During Project Implementation

LGU representatives in all 152 ARCs underwent training on area of development planning, including preparation of LGU investment plan in support of ARC development. Enhanced Participatory Area Planning (E-PAP) teams were formed and operational in about 137 ARCs covering all project provinces except Basilan, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi. The Performance Based Grant System (PBGS) for ARCP 2 was approved by the PBGS Technical Committee.

Formed 86 agriculture and enterprise development (AED) committees at municipal level in eleven (11) provinces. These committees were the frontlines for the ARCP 2 AED activities at the municipal and ARC levels. These were further sub-divided into smaller sub-committees to tackle specific factors that apply at the municipal and ARC level e.g. crops, livestock, fishery, agro-forestry, marketing and other non-farm activities.

Business Opportunities
Consulting Services An estimated 1,812 person months (pm) of consulting services, comprising 36 pm of international consultants and 1,776 pm of national consulting services, will be recruited in order to assist the national government agencies, LGUs at municipal and provincial levels, and local communities, in Project implementation. Consultants will be recruited in accordance with ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants by Asian Development Bank and its Borrowers. The following specialists will be required (i) Project Management Adviser; (ii) Senior Economist; (iii) National Safeguards Specialist; (iv) Planning and Monitoring Specialist; (v) Community Driven Specialist; and (vi) Senior Rural Infrastructure Engineer. All consulting services will be procured through firm using QCBS procedure.
Procurement All goods and services to be financed partly or wholly by ADB will be procured under ADB's Procurement Guidelines. Procurement of small works will be through shopping. All civil works contracts exceeding $100,000 and less than $500,000 will be procured through the national competitive bidding procedure. Procurement of goods valued at less than $100,000 will be done through shopping. All equipments valued at more than $500,000 will be procured under the international competitive bidding procedure.
Responsible ADB Officer Aliya Mukhamedyarova
Responsible ADB Department Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Environment, Natural Resources & Agriculture Division, SERD
Executing Agencies
Department of Agrarian Reform
Director Homer P. Tobias
Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City
Municipal Dev'l Fund Office-(Implementing Agency)
Ms. Helen Habulan
Roxas Boulevard corner Pablo Ocampo, Sr.
Street, Manila
1004
Timetable
Concept Clearance 28 Nov 2006
Fact Finding 23 Apr 2007 to 09 May 2007
MRM 21 Aug 2007
Approval 27 Oct 2008
Last Review Mission -
PDS Creation Date 26 Apr 2006
Last PDS Update 30 Sep 2019

Loan 2465-PHI

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
27 Oct 2008 08 Dec 2008 04 Mar 2009 30 Jun 2015 30 Jun 2018 19 Aug 2019
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 178.40 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 70.00 27 Oct 2008 43.12 0.00 96%
Counterpart 108.40 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 27 Oct 2008 45.14 0.00 100%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory - Satisfactory

Loan 8238-PHI

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
04 Dec 2007 17 Dec 2008 04 May 2009 31 Dec 2013 31 Dec 2018 -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 30.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 0.00 04 Dec 2007 0.00 14.87 69%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 30.00 04 Dec 2007 0.00 8.81 41%

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Title Document Type Document Date
Agrarian Reform Communities Project II Procurement Plans Sep 2013
Agrarian Reform Communities Project II Project/Program Administration Manual Mar 2009
Loan Agreement for Agrarian Reform Communities Project II between Republic of the Philippines and Asian Development Bank dated 8 December 2008 Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Dec 2008
Agrarian Reform Communities Project II Design and Monitoring Frameworks Oct 2008
Agrarian Reform Communities Project II Reports and Recommendations of the President Oct 2008

Safeguard Documents See also: Safeguards

Safeguard documents provided at the time of project/facility approval may also be found in the list of linked documents provided with the Report and Recommendation of the President.

Title Document Type Document Date
Agrarian Reform Communities Project II: Environment and Social Monitoring Report (March 2009-December 2017) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports May 2019
Agrarian Reform Communities Project II in the Philippines (Final) Resettlement Plans Feb 2008
Agrarian Reform Communities Project II in the Philippines (Final) Resettlement Plans Feb 2008
Second Agrarian Reform Communities Project Indigenous Peoples Planning Frameworks/Indigenous Peoples Development Frameworks Jan 2008
Agrarian Reform Communities II Initial Environmental Examination Jan 2008

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

None currently available.

Related Publications

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
Provincial Project Accountant for Leyte and Samar Individual - Consulting Closed 01 Dec 2017 07 Dec 2017
Junior Rural Infrastructure Engineer (NPCO) Individual - Consulting Closed 01 Dec 2017 07 Dec 2017
Provincial Project Accountant for Northern Samar and Eastern Samar Individual - Consulting Closed 01 Dec 2017 07 Dec 2017
Provincial Project Accountant for Camarines Sur Individual - Consulting Closed 01 Dec 2017 07 Dec 2017
Provincial Project Accountant for Zamboanga del Sur Individual - Consulting Closed 01 Dec 2017 07 Dec 2017
Provincial Project Accountant for Romblon and Oriental Mindoro Individual - Consulting Closed 01 Dec 2017 07 Dec 2017
Rural Infrastructure Engineer for ARMM Individual - Consulting Closed 01 Dec 2017 07 Dec 2017
Provincial Project Accountant for Zamboanga del Norte Individual - Consulting Closed 01 Dec 2017 07 Dec 2017
Procurement of Consulting Services for the Implementation of Agri-Enterprise Development Projects in 11 Agrarian Reform Communities (ARC) Clusters in ARCP II-Assisted Provinces Firm - Consulting Closed 28 Oct 2017 03 Nov 2017
PROCUREMENT OF CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES REGARDING AGRI-ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT (AED) PROJECTS IN PRIORITY AGRARIAN REFORM COMMUNITIES (ARCs) Firm - Consulting Closed 28 Oct 2017 03 Nov 2017
Junior Rural Infrastructure Engineer for ARMM Individual - Consulting Closed 27 Sep 2017 03 Oct 2017
Junior Rural Infrastructure Engineer (NPCO) Individual - Consulting Closed 27 Sep 2017 03 Oct 2017
NPCO Project Accountant Individual - Consulting Closed 26 Aug 2017 01 Sep 2017
Provincial Project Accountant for Eastern Samar Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Aug 2017 18 Aug 2017
Provincial Project Accountant for Zamboanga Sibugay Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Aug 2017 18 Aug 2017
Provincial Project Accountant for Iloilo, Negros Occ. Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Aug 2017 18 Aug 2017
Provincial Project Accountant for Sorsogon Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Aug 2017 18 Aug 2017

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor Contractor Address Executing Agency Contract Description Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
IMPLEMENTATION OF AGRI-ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN 11 ARC CLUSTERS IN ARCP II-ASSISTED PROVINCES IN THE PHILIPPINES Loan 2465 28 Mar 2018 THE ALL-ASIAN CENTER FOR ENTERPRISE U407 4F,CTP ALPHA TOWER,INVESTMENT DRIVE MADRIGAL BUSINESS PARK, AYALA ALABANG PHILIPPINES Department of Agrarian Reform Consulting Services 607,809.00 607,809.00
IMPLEMENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES FOR AGRI-ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN PRIORITY AGRARIAN REFORM CLUSTERS Loan 2465 28 Mar 2018 ASIA SOCIETY FOR SOCIAL IMPROVEMENT & SUSTAIN 138 AMORSOLO ST. COR. GAMBOA STREETS, LEGASPI VILLAGE, MAKATI CITY PHILIPPINES Department of Agrarian Reform Consulting Services 135,332.00 135,332.00
Rehabilitation of Casili-on-Sambulawan Farm-to- Market Road in Villaba, Leyte Loan 2465 24 Feb 2017 Victoria Development and Construction Supply 103 Lopez Jaena Street, Tacloban City Leyte Philippines Department of Agrarian Reform Construction 220,547.80 117,856.15
Concreting of Villareal Arc Farm-to-Market Road in Villareal, Samar Loan 2465 24 Feb 2017 Tam Construction and Supplies/Victoria Devt JV Philippines Philippines Department of Agrarian Reform Construction 388,257.03 204,226.59
Construction of 9 Units 2-Classroom School Bldg. at Quirapi, Dinapa, Dancalan, Amomonting, Sogoy, Rosal, Cumadcad, Cogon Pandan and Buenavista in Castilla Loan 2465 23 Feb 2017 Centerways Construction and Development Inc. No. 191 Alegre Street, Balogo Sorsogon City, Sorsogon Philippines Department of Agrarian Reform Construction 391,729.52 156,816.43
Rehabilitation of Bawod-Paril Farm-to-Market Road in San Isidro, Leyte Loan 2465 03 Feb 2017 R. Allosa Construction and Trucking Services 558 Osmena Street, Ormoc City, Leyte Philippines Department of Agrarian Reform Construction 228,680.59 118,744.65
Land Tenure Improvement Survey Services for Northern Samar: Batch 3, 5 Contracts, Modules 26, 33,35,36 and 37 Loan 2465 02 Feb 2017 EB Cabanganan Surveying and Construction Services Philippines Department of Agrarian Reform Consultancy 55,284.44
Land Tenure Improvement Survey Services for Zamboanga Del Sur,Batch 2 Contracts, Modules 1 and 2 Loan 2465 02 Feb 2017 D.D. Corpuz Surveying Office and Supplies Philippines Department of Agrarian Reform Consultancy 67,020.94
Concreting of Brgy. Tamisan Farm-to-Market Road in Jose Panganiban, Camarines Norte, Phase II Loan 2465 23 Jan 2017 Greatwall Engineering Philippines Philippines Department of Agrarian Reform Construction 247,974.73 99,176.04
Concreting of Brgy. San Ramon Farm-to-Market Road in San Lorenzo Ruiz, Camarines Norte Loan 2465 19 Jan 2017 Elgem Construction P-4 Barangay Anahaw, Labo Camarines Norte Philippines Department of Agrarian Reform Construction 187,348.84 74,462.46

Procurement Plan

Title Document Type Document Date
Agrarian Reform Communities Project II Procurement Plans Sep 2013