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Continuity and Change


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ihe strategic framework for all
functions and programs of the
Department of Agriculture
Agri-Pinoy
Principles and practices
focused on developing
Philippine resources,
natural and human,
to meet Philippine needs
Agri-Pinoy
Four Guiding Principles
Food security and self-sufficiency
Sustainable agriculture and fisheries
Natural resource management
Local development
Agri-Pinoy
Check List
Broad-based
Farm to iable
Sustainable
Resilient
Partnership
Agri-Pinoy
Is broad-based
Why? ihe increasing demand from an increasing
population means that we need to increase the
productivity of the broadest number of producers
and improve their profitability.

We need a broader and more varied base to


insure sustainability and resilience in the face of
climate change and changes in the global market
Agri-Pinoy
Is broad-based

Implications: ihe DA¶s services and resources


must be equitably and proportionately allocated
to small, medium, and large players

ihe allocation of the DA¶s services and resources


must appreciate the role of the various
stakeholders and address their specific needs.
Agri-Pinoy
Addresses the whole system
From Farm to iable
ihe ³Farm´ represents interventions in
production, from soil and water management,
extension, seeds and fertilizers, post-harvest
processing, credit and marketing etc.
ihe ³iable´ represents interventions to insure food
security, safety, and quality for the consumers
Agri-Pinoy
is based on
sustainable farming systems
Promote and develop technological interventions that
increase productivity while insuring sustainability
Recognize the limits of the carrying capacity of our
natural resources, while increasing the capability of
our human resources
Minimize dependence on imports to meet
national food requirements
Agri-Pinoy
is based on
sustainable farming systems
Sustainability includes
preparing the successor generation

Promote appreciation of agriculture especially


among young people e.g. Gulayan sa Paaralan
in partnership with DepEd, learning lessons
from 4-H clubs and previous youth programs.
Agri-Pinoy
Integrates the need for resilience
Resilience and sustainability are both
ecological and economic, addressing both
bio-physical and market changes
Globalization of markets challenges us
to become globally competitive
across the whole supply chain
58% of our production sites are
vulnerable to climate change impacts
Agri-Pinoy
Integrates the need for resilience

Empowerment of farmers including


information about risks

Diversification of crops, farm systems,


and value-adding technologies
Agri-Pinoy
Works through partnerships
Partnerships with national government agencies,
especially the Convergence partners - DAR and DENR.
ihis is open to other national agencies.

Partnerships with LGUs who have the responsibility to


insure food security and self-sufficiency.
Partnership with DILG to facilitate integration of
agricultural development in the LGU¶s local
development plans
Agri-Pinoy
Works through partnerships

Partnerships with NGOs, farmers organizations,


and other stakeholders

Promoting the formation of program-based


Agri-Pinoy partnerships
at the local, regional, and national level
Agri-Pinoy
Works through partnerships

Partnerships with NGOs, farmers organizations,


and other stakeholders

Promoting the formation of program-based


Agri-Pinoy partnerships
at the local, regional, and national level
Agri-Pinoy
Challenges to the DA

Convergence among DA units and agencies


Professionalism within the DA family
Governance: iransparency, Accountability,
Participation
Agri-Pinoy
Bridging the gap
iouching the heart
Our stakeholders, especially the grassroots,
must experience our sincerity and concern,
so that they will trust us and respond to our call
to participate in Agri-Pinoy.