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1.  Institutional development and strengthening involving the localization of the Organic Agriculture Act; 

  • Creation of Local Technical Committees

  • Accreditation of Organic Certifying Bodies (OCCP and NICERT)

  • Registration of Organic Food and Input

  • Forge Memoranda of Agreement (MOAs) for fund sources for planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the NOAP 

  • The DA should allocate at least 2% of its annual budget (GAA) for the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the NOAP and the operation of the NOAB 

Region

With
Submitted
Regional
Roadmap

   Number of LGUs 

With Local Organic Ordinance/
Technical Committee    

Prov. Cities Mun. Prov. Cities Mun.
CAR YES 2 75       
RFO 1 YES 116  114 
RFO 2  YES 89   
RFO 3 YES 14  116  25 
RFO 4A  YES 19  123       
RFO 4B  YES  71       
RFO 5 YES  107       
RFO 6  YES  98       
RFO 7  YES  10  97  24 
RFO 8  YES  136       
RFO 9  YES  67  54 
RFO 10  YES  84       
RFO 11  YES 43       
RFO 12  YES  45  36 
RFO 13  YES  67  40 
ARMM  YES  116       
NIR  YES  19  38       
TOTAL YES 81 145 1,489  21  27  294 

2.  Research and development for continuing research and upgrading of relevant technologies;

  • Creation of Organic Agriculture RDE Networks and Centers

  • Research and Development Centers Organized and Established

  • New Technologies Disseminated and Adopted by Farmers

  • User-Friendly Database and Information System on OA in place and accessible to OA stakeholders

  • Information, Education and Public Awareness Program on Research Completed and Continuing Activities

  • Indigenous Knowledge  Compiled  in 2013 and Disseminated Continuously Thereafter

  • Strengthened and Supported Private Sector Participation in Research Activities 

Indicators Unit of
Measurement
Accomplishment
2011-2015
Operating Units
Research Projects Conducted number 176 Regional Field Offices, BAR, BPI
Research Projects Funded number  85  BAR
Research Facilities Established/Funded number  4 Regional Field Offices, BAR 
Research Facilities Maintained number  Regional Field Offices, BAR
Research Projects Upgraded  number  12  Regional Field Offices, BAR
CAR: DA-CIARC, BAGUIO STOCK FARM, GUISAD, BAGUIO CITY, BENGUET
REGION 1: DA-ILIARC SUAL, PANGASINAN
REGION 2: GOVERNMENT CENTER, CARIG, TUGUEGARAO CITY, CAGAYAN
REGION 3: DA-CLIARC, PARAISO, TARLAC CITY, TARLAC
REGION IVA: DA-STIARC, MARAOUY, LIPA CITY, BATANGAS
REGION IVB: PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, PALAWAN
REGION V: DA-BIARC, PILI, CAMARINES SUR
REGION VI: JARO CITY, ILOILO
REGION VIII: MAIN RIARC, BRGY. BAGONG SILANG, BABATNGON, LEYTE
REGION IX: SANITO, IPIL, ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY
REGION X: DA-NOMIARC, DALWANGAN, MALAYBALAY CITY, BUKIDNON
REGION XI: MANAMBULAN, DAVAO CITY
REGION XII: DA-CEMIARC, AMAS, KIDAPAWAN CITY, NORTH COTABATO
REGION XIII: DA-RFO 13, BUTUAN CITY, AGUSAN DEL NORTE
ARMM-UPI, MAGUINDANAO

3. Production and technology support for the cultivation and adoption of production and processing methods; 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS: distributed from 2011-2016

  • 204,805 kg Organic seeds

  • 1,171,717 kg Organic Fertilizers and other inputs

  • 3,531,480 pcs Bio Control Agents

  • 449,158 pcs Planting Materials

  • 6,198 heads Animals

  • 185 Production Facilities Maintained

  • 27 Production Facilities Upgraded

  • 773 Vermicomposting Facilities Established

  • 8,054 Farm Production Machineries Distributed

  • 250 Post Harvest Machineries Distributed

  • 6 Post Harvest Facilities Constructed and Upgraded

4. Extension and capability building of key stakeholders as for Local Government Units (LGUs), People’s Organizations (POs), Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), and other stakeholders including individuals and groups willing to do other pertinent activities; 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 

  • 2,299 Trainings and Training related events conducted

  • 1,246,662 IECs Disseminated

  • 19 Published Photo stories & Press releases

  • 1,377 Aired Radio/TV plugs/Advertisement and programs

  • 264 Consultations conducted

  • 1,088 Techno Demo Farms Established and Maintained


5. Promotion, advocacy, and education of consumers and producers; 

  • Quad media information campaign on OA law and IRR

  • Consumer awareness and education

  • Integration in school curricula
  • Conduct of OA regional/national OA congress, 

  • Seminars, trade shows, etc


6. Market development and commercialization of organic farming practices; 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

  • 89 Trading Posts Established
  • 337 Market Promo Events Conducted 


7. Results-based monitoring and evaluation of the program. 

  • 3rd party TOR approved by NOAB for midterm assessment

  • Series of workshop on Program Implementation Review and Strategic Planning (April 13-16/ July 28-30, 2016)

  • Regular PME activities