Agriculture Fisheries 2025 not 'ningas cogon'
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The main convenors of the AF2025 Conference were Agricultural Secretary Proceso Alcala, Congressional Agricultural Committee Chairs Senator Francis Pangilinan and Rep. Mark Mendoza, and private sector leaders from agriculture and agribusiness. Among the private sector organizations were Alyansa Agrikultura (AA) for agriculture and the Philippine Chamber for Agriculture and Food (PCAFI) for agribusiness. The participants formulated a vision for agriculture in 2025, as well as short and long-term programs and projects to achieve this vision.
Ordoñez, E. (2015, January 17). Agriculture Fisheries 2025 not 'ningas cogon'. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. B4.
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Agriculture; Fisheries; Conferences; Private sector; Technology; Marketing; Organizations; Food security; Fishers; Investments; Climatic changes; Alyansa Agrikultura (AA); Local Governmen Unit (LGU); Philippine Chamber for Agriculture and Food (PCAFI); Department of Agriculture (DA); United Broiler Raisers Association; Tambuyog Development Center; Philfoodex; Pangilinan, Francis; Mendoza, Mark; Javier, Emil; Inciong, Elias Jose; Tanchuling, Arsenio; Amores, Roberto; Young, Philip; Bacani, Senen; Habito, Cielito; Royandoyan, Omi; Escano, Alex; Mesiano, Amparo; Abad, Florencio; Villari, Cynthia; Alcala, Proceso
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