This May, we celebrate Farmers and Fisherfolk's Month.
With the theme, "May pandemya man o wala, Magsasaka't Mangingisda Maaasahan ng Bansa" aims to recognize the efforts of farmers and fisherfolks who have made significant contributions in the agriculture sector amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. | via RAFIS11

 

PROVINCIAL COMMODITY INVESTMENT PLAN | The Department of Agriculture-Philippine Rural Development Project (DA-PRDP XI) has greatly contributed to the development of the agriculture sector of the province of Davao de Oro.
KADIWA SA AZUELA | No plans yet for tomorrow? Why not visit Kadiwa ni Ani at Kita Pop-Up Market at Azuela Cove, Lanang and buy fresh produce from our local farmers where you can buy more yet save more. It is open every Friday to Sunday, 2pm-6pm. | via Feliz Lim, RAFIS11
Photos by: Ronell Tangonan, RAFIS11
ACCESS TO SAFE AND AFFORDABLE FOOD | As a tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of the country amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, the Department of Agriculture-XI (DA-XI) together with the Department of Trade and Industry-XI (DTI-XI) has launched the Kadiwa Diskwento Caravan today (May 3) in Davao City.

MORE MARKET DOORS | Farmers in the far-flung areas of Davao City such as in the districts of Paquibato, Marilog and Calinan will soon have a direct market of their produce right at their doorsteps-- cutting the transportation cost and getting rid of middlemen for better returns.
The Department of Agriculture-11 (DA-XI) thru its Agribusiness and Marketing Assistance Division (AMAD) will soon establish the Kadiwa Diskwento Caravan and Kadiwa sa Marina Tuna next month.

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