She owns the land she tills.

Families with secure land rights have better
socioeconomic conditions.

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Agrarian Reform

Her family can cope with the
onset of disasters & emergencies.

Communities become more disaster- resilient if they have social protection.

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Social protection

He contributes to
sustainable food systems.

Organic farms are environmentally-sustainable,
economically-viable and socially just.

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Sustainable Agriculture

The entire community earns
and profits from farm

Post-harvest, processing and marketing support can help farming families and
communities improve their socioeconomic conditions

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Social Enterprise

CARRD believes in an inclusive rural development that is based on equitable access to and ownership of productive resources

Equal terms of partnership
Environmentally-sound farming systems
Resilient livelihoods
Secure tenure rights
Stable access to productive resources for smallholder farming families
Secure food systems
Empowered communities
Equal rights for men and women

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Studies and publications

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Training Manual for Paralegals on Land Acquisition and Distribution Process Under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program

This paralegal training manual facilitates the integration of legal and meta-legal skills and knowledge through the process of land acquisition and distribution under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program.

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Visible Works of Women in Agrarian Reform, Sustainable Agriculture and Cooperative Development in CARRD-covered Areas

Case studies on the roles of women farmers in our areas

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Gabay sa pagpaparsela ng collective CLOA ayon sa DAR AO 2, series of 2019

Ginagamit ang praymer na ito sa community education sessions ng mga magsasakang paralegal sa kani-kanilang mga komunidad

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