2018-09-2nd interagency meeting conducted for 1Remy Bacuel of Department of Agrarian Reform presents the interventions of the agency particularly for the mango industry of Puerto Princesa City. 

PUERTO PRINCESA CITY – After initiating the interagency convergence for the key commodities of Puerto Princesa City last year, the Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP) with the City Government continues to work in acquiring strategic investments for rural development.


2018-09-Puerto Princesa pushes for CIP 1The PRDP team gathers the inputs and perspectives of the representatives from National Government Agencies such as Landbank of the Philippines, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Science and Technology, and Bureau of Plant Industry during one of the focus group discussions. (Photo by Leira Vic Colongon, DA-PRDP MIMAROPA RPCO InfoACE Unit)

The members of the national, cluster, and regional offices of the Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP) evaluated the City Commodity Investment Plan (CCIP) for the three priority commodities of Puerto Princesa City: cashew, mango, and seaweeds, on May 2–4, 2018.


IMG 5489Cutting of ribbon to officially open the trade fair and exhibit in Capitol Gymnasium, PPC led by (R-L) AMAD Chief Nida M. San Juan, ASec Andrew B. Villacorta, Vice Governor Victorino Dennis M. Socrates, RED Antonio G. Gerundio, and OIC Provincial Agriculturist Jane Buenaobra.

On June 15, 2018, the Agribusiness Support for Promotion and Investment in Regional Exposition (ASPIRE) was launched in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan during the official opening of the Baragatan sa Palawan Festival 2018.



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