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Members of three microenterprise subproject proponent groups are the recipients of goods from the Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP) turned over by the local government of Bauko, Mountain Province last March 28.

The PRDP handed P570,000 worth of polyethylene film and GI pipes to the Bauko Organic Practitioners Association (BOPA) of Bauko Norte, Monamon for the rehabilitation of greenhouses to enhance their organic vegetable production activities.

The PRDP also turned over 100 heads of piglets to the Bagnen-BalintauganTimpoyog Credit Cooperative (BaBaTiCCo) of Bagnen, Bauko to be distributed to members for their swine production and marketing project.

The Otucan Farmers Multi-purpose Cooperative (OFMPC) of Otucan, Bauko also received P840,000 worth of agricultural machinery and equipment such as hand tractors and a thresher with blower for its farm mechanization service provider project for highland vegetable and rice production as well as farm equipment rental services.

Jocelyn W. Beray, head of the enterprise component of the PRDP, said the delivery is the first of two tranches. The recipient cooperatives may start implementing their projects to maximize time while completing liquidation papers and requirements that will trigger the release of the remaining inputs from the second tranche delivery to them.

After the turnover, Bauko officials together with the three subproject proponent groups and the PRDP staff gathered to review the business plans of each cooperative and to finalize the signing of the investment agreement between the municipal government and the cooperatives.

Beray also reminded the proponent groups that the delivery of goods is not the end of the PRDP’s involvement with them.  

“The projects will be monitored by the PRDP every now and then to see if your activities are done according to your business plans,” Beray said.

She added that the National Project Coordinating Office and the regional and municipal government concerned staff will conduct business process reviews where activities are monitored and evaluated.


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