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Project Caraga links with Department of Agriculture

Long-term food security, sustained livelihood, and increased economic activities in the indigenous cultural communities are the driving forces that fuel Project Caraga to push further with its Sustainable Agriculture and Agro-Forestry Initiatives.

 

Representatives from the Department of Agriculture – Caraga Region met with the Sustainable Agriculture team and key officials of Project Caraga to share key programs and ideas and how they can effectively collaborate in implementing these in the project areas.

Project Caraga links with Department of Agriculture

Long-term food security, sustained livelihood, and increased economic activities in the indigenous cultural communities are the driving forces that fuel Project Caraga to push further with its Sustainable Agriculture and Agro-Forestry Initiatives.

 

Representatives from the Department of Agriculture – Caraga Region met with the Sustainable Agriculture team and key officials of Project Caraga to share key programs and ideas and how they can effectively collaborate in implementing these in the project areas.

Project Caraga is intensifying its Sustainable Agriculture and Agro-Forestry Initiatives to enhance long-term food security and sustainable livelihoods. Representatives from the Department of Agriculture – Caraga Region recently convened with Project Caraga management to strengthen collaboration opportunities and share key programs.


The initiative focuses on indigenous cultural communities and aims to empower locals through innovative farming methods and agro-forestry techniques. By blending traditional knowledge with modern practices, stakeholders are working together to foster resilience and prosperity in rural areas. 


This partnership signifies a vital step towards bridging government agencies and grassroots efforts, driving impactful change at the community level. Stay tuned for updates on Project Caraga’s progress as it strives to build a sustainable future for Caraga’s indigenous communities.


PC links with DOA
PC links with DOA
PC links with DOA