Rural Development Case Study

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Case Study Of A Rural Development: The Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project (ARISP) III [pic] By LEONILA TANYAG-CONRADO 2012 Table of Contents Case Study Abstract Introduction Definition of Terms Objectives Project Beneficiaries Analysis of the project Development Framework Expected Outcomes Recommendation for Sustainability Sources CASE STUDY ABSTRACT: This case details the implementation of Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project (ARISP) III in the province of Quezon 1. The vision of writer is to initially determine the effect of the on-going implementation in the three selected sites which belong to the 5th class Municipalities in the province. The…show more content…
It espouses the concept of integrated area development in agrarian reform communities wherein basic infrastructure, organization/institutional, agricultural and enterprise development support are combined to produce incremental growth in productivity and income among farmers. Specifically, the Project will deliver basic support services to the presently underserved ARCs and where possible, consolidate economic activities and organizations to cover more farmer beneficiaries. As of December 2004, only 57% of the 1,617 ARCs have been effectively provided with support services most of which were financed through Official Development Assistance (ODA) due to national government budget shortage. ARISP III is designed to cover about 129 underserved ARCs to unleash their growth potentials for agricultural production and agribusiness. It will also support initial investments in promoting ARC connectivity by consolidating and marketing the produce and products of a cluster of ARCs to increase value added and spread the benefits of growth to a greater number of farmers. In Quezon 1, the three ARCs covered by the project include ARC Bulihan in San Antonio, ARC Carlagan in Burdeos and ARC Banadero-Libjo in Polillo, Quezon whose desired results are: 1. To increase average household income of about 700 farmer beneficiaries
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