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PSUMPC empowers members through DA-ACPC Credit Programs

The PSU-MPC has taken up the mantle of empowering its members in Palawan through the credit programs provided by the...
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A year after: Utilization of ACPC Online Helpdesk boosts customer experience, compliance with ARTA

The ACPC Online Helpdesk, which serves as the Agricultural Credit Policy Council’s (ACPC) official public assistance desk, aims to streamline...
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DA conducts credit caravan for Nueva Ecija onion farmers

The Department of Agriculture- High Value Crops Development Program (HVCDP), DA-Agricultural Competitiveness Enhancement Fund (ACEF) Credit Program Unit and the...
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Mitigating Credit Risk: The Crucial Role of Insurance in the Agri-Fishery Sectors 

ACPC Executive Director Jocelyn Alma Badiola (third from right) leads the conduct of the ACPC Policy Forum 2023 wherein agricultural...
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ACPC conducts 2023 Agri-Fishery Finance Policy Forum; advocates for agri insurance and savings for credit risk mitigation

The Agricultural Credit Policy Council (DA-ACPC) hosted its Policy Forum on May 23, 2023 at the PICC, Pasay City, with...
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DA-ACPC, BSP launch joint baseline study on Countryside Banking; provide policy recommendations to increase bank lending in agriculture

The Launching of the 2021 Countryside Banking Survey was held in Manila on February 7, 2023, and was attended by...
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The 2021 Countryside Bank Survey (CBS) is a baseline survey conducted by the Department of Agriculture – Agricultural Credit Policy Council (DA-ACPC) and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP). It aims to analyze trends and present emerging policy issues on bank behavior towards lending to the agriculture sector using branch-level data.

2020 State of Agricultural Finance

The Agricultural Credit Policy Council is proud to present its flagship publication for 2021 entitled “2020 State of Agricultural Financing in the Philippines”. This annual output provides comprehensive report on agricultural finance in the country and the government’s current role in rural credit markets.