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Importance, and Aspects of Agrarian Reform
Transcript of Importance, and Aspects of Agrarian Reform
Importance of Land Reform
Land reform will diffuse tension existing between tenant-farmer and landlords.
Land reform will give the farmers a dignified existence in our society.
Land reform will bring social justice.
Land reform will increase the efficiency and productivity of the farmers.
Land reform will help solve unemployment.
Land reform will increase food productivity.
Land reform will enhance the living conditions of the poor farmers.
Aspects of Agrarian Reform
Components of Agrarian Reform
1. Land Distribution
2. Support Services
2.2Infrastructure dev't. and Public Works Projects
2.3Price Support & Guarantee for all Agricultural Produce
2.4Credit and Collateral-free Loans for Landowners & Farmer
Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law of 1988
June 10, 1988, Pres. Corazon Aquino signed into law R.A. no. 6657, otherwise known as the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law of 1988.
The Program provides the farmers and farms workers the opportunity to improve the quality of their lives and at the same time enhance the dignity of the farmers
Principles and Policies
Landless farmers and farm workers will receive the highest consideration to promote social justice and to move the nation toward sound rural dev't. & industrialization.
By means of appropriate incentives, economically sized family farms to be constituted by individual beneiciaries and small landowners.