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DAR–Capiz Redoubles Efforts To Distribute ‘CARPable’ Land PDF Print E-mail
Department of Agrarian Reform- Capiz top officials led by Officer-In-Charge Ma. Teresa Valencia reported this during a recent forum with the members of the Capiz Association of Government Public Information Officers, Inc. (CAGPIO).

LTI seeks to secure the tenurial status of the farmers and farmworkers in the land they till.

“We are doubly exerting our efforts towards the end of CARPER in 2014,” said Valencia during an interaction that followed after the presentation.

Republic Act 9700 or the CARPER Law extends the implementation period of the government’s Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law (CARL as per RA 6657) for another five years or until year 2014.

Based on records, about 36,291 farmer beneficiaries in Capiz have been registered by the Provincial Agrarian Reform Office (PARO) from the distributed land under the program.

Aside from land distribution, the agency has delivered various support services like farm-to-market roads, bridges, irrigation, post harvest facilities, rural electrification, potable water supply school buildings, extension services, credit assistance and trainings in view of the CARP’s Program Beneficiaries Development aspect.

Eighteen Agrarian Reform Communities (ARCs) have also been established provincewide in view of the program. (JCM/AAL/PIA 6Capiz)
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