2017-02-Occidental-Mindoro-to-strengthen 01Representatives of the PRDP South Luzon Project Support Office (PSO) and MIMAROPA Regional Project Coordination Office (RPCO) visited the proposed site for the subproject that plans to upgrade the Community Fish Landing Center in Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro. (Photo by Leira Vic Colongon, DA-PRDP RPCO 4B InfoACE Unit)

Occidental Mindoro’s tuna industry will soon rise with its first PRDP-funded infrastructure development (I-BUILD) subproject.

The Province’s subproject proposal entitled “Expansion and Development of Fish Landing” worth P19.98 million recently received the approval of PRDP through its issuance of No Objection Letter (NOL) 1.


2017-02-ka-mais-in-malubayThe officials of the province with with Malubay Brgy. Captain Redentor R. larga,APA Ely H. Vargas, APCO Coleta Quindong, Engr. Chritine Inting, Operations Chief Ronie F. Panoy, MAO August F. Mantaring, SAMAKAMI president Sammy V. Villacorta.(Photo by: DA- MiMaRoPa RAFIS)

Samahan ng mga Magmamais ng Katimugang Mindoro (SAMAKAMI) and Malubay Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (MARBA) celebrated their 1st Harvest Festival themed “Samahan Kaagapay ng Pamahalaan sa Programang Pagmamaisan Tungo sa Maunlad na Pamayanan” in Malubay, Gloria, Oriental Mindoro on January 27, 2017.


2017-02-PRDP-subprojects-to-benefitCoconut, locally known as ‘niyog’, is one of the abundant agricultural commodities in the country, particularly in Marinduque. Last 2013, the MIMAROPA region ranked 10th in the national production of the said commodity. (Photo by Elmo Morillo, DA-PRDP RPCO 4B InfoACE Unit)

Coconut is a leading agricultural commodity in Marinduque and it is one of the top five high value commodities in the entire MIMAROPA Region. In 2014, the island province of Marinduque had an area of more than 35,000 hectares planted with coconuts.


IMG 0421The recipients of the farm facilities together with the Department of Agriculture happily waves at the camera as they pose for a photo opportunity taken at the façade of the Rice Processing Center II of Coconut Farmers of Occidental Mindoro Multipurpose Cooperative in Bgy. Central, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro.(Photo by Denice Joelle Benosa, DA-RAFIS)

Department of Agriculture-MiMaRoPa turned over a total of P46.4 million worth of farm facilities in Occidental Mindoro on Thursday, January 26, 2017.


2017-01-PRDP-funded-trading-center 01Workers at the trading center removes the stem and leaves of the calamansi fruit before sorting. Calamansi fruits have to be arranged by color or size depending on the preferences of the buyers. (Photo by Leira Vic Colongon, DA-PRDP RPCO 4B InfoACE Unit)

There needs to be a more systematic and efficient way of distributing agricultural products if the production capacity of farmers as well as income are to be maximized.



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