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Philippines - Inclusive Partnerships for Agricultural Competitiveness Project : indigenous peoples plan : Indigenous peoples development framework (英语)

The development objective of the Inclusive Partnerships for Agricultural Competitiveness Project for Philippines is to improve access to markets and specifically enhance the competitiveness of smallholder farmers in the targeted agrarian reform community (ARC) clusters. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: it will enable ARBs, smallholder farmers and landless farm workers through their farmer’s organizations (FOs) to engage in agri-enterprise on their own or in partnership with commercial private sector or buyers. Support will be provided in the form of organizational development and extension including technical assistance, rural infrastructure and land tenure services. Investments in productive partnerships in agribusiness of Farmer’s Organizations with private business partners will also be supported through a one-off matching grant to finance feasible business plans of qualified FOs who can provide matching contributions. Projects to be supported under the grant will include investments to improve productivity, product quality, production facilities, semi-processing and marketing, production of value added agricultural products, food safety promotion and improvement, business management, income-generating activities, new product development and provision of services. Infrastructure projects which prove to be critical to make the agri-enterprise work will also be supported.

详细

  • 作者

    Ona,Reinaluz

  • 文件日期

    2015/05/22

  • 文件类型

    土著居民计划

  • 报告号

    SFG1106

  • 卷号

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • 国家

    菲律宾,

  • 地区

    东亚与太平洋区,

  • 发布日期

    2015/05/22

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    Indigenous peoples development framework

  • 关键词

    monitoring and evaluation mechanism;release of fund;resettlement and rehabilitation;provision of service;social support services;grievance redress mechanism;department of agriculture;resolution of conflicts;dispute settlement mechanism;customs and traditions;compensation for land;right to compensation;production of value;landless farm worker;society and culture;Type of Investment;Natural Resources;subproject appraisal;ancestral domains;subproject approval;Social Assessment;consultation meeting;smallholder farmer;baseline information;cluster development;cultural property;indigenous people;Indigenous Peoples;organizational development;productive partnership;data gathering;production facility;subproject implementation;initial screening;product quality;land acquisition;indigenous community;indigenous communities;business partner;agricultural product;capability building;business management;food safety;Social organizations;religious belief;ancestral land;resettlement area;active participation;legal base;subproject preparation;livelihood opportunity;cultural community;administrative order;institutional linkage;tribal groups;guiding principles;ancestral territory;indigenous language;national language;political institution;geographical area;grievance procedure;income source;production system;Equal Opportunity;institutional framework;market opportunity;financing plan;Financing plans;oversight agency;judicial recourse;informed consent;social group;Land tenure;political characteristics;commercial private;minimum requirement;

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