ACPC Vice-Chair & Monetary Board Member emphasizes importance of investment and credit for the agri sector during the National Food Security Summit 2021

During the first day of the Department of Agriculture’s National Food Security Summit held on May 18, 2021, ACPC Vice-Chair and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Monetary Board Member Dr. Bruce J. Tolentino presented his insights on the financial and credit policies in the agriculture and fisheries sector, giving emphasis on the need to boost investments continue reading : ACPC Vice-Chair & Monetary Board Member emphasizes importance of investment and credit for the agri sector during the National Food Security Summit 2021

Yaggies take on the Agribusiness Pitch Challenge

The Department of Agriculture – Agricultural Credit Policy Council (DA-ACPC) spearheaded the conduct of the Agribusiness Pitch Challenge, one of the competitions featured during the 1st Youth in Agriculture Summit. Said competition aims to encourage the youth to engage in agriculture, fishery and agribusiness ventures. The initiative also aims to ensure the continuous creation of continue reading : Yaggies take on the Agribusiness Pitch Challenge

DA-ACPC intensifies efforts to accelerate digitalization in agri-fishery finance

Amid the rapidly changing financial environment brought about by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Agriculture – Agricultural Credit Policy Council (DA-ACPC) continues to strengthen its digitalization efforts in the implementation of its credit programs. “Now, more than ever, as we continue fulfilling our mandate of providing easy, timely and affordable credit continue reading : DA-ACPC intensifies efforts to accelerate digitalization in agri-fishery finance

From Farmers to Agripreneurs: Financing Micro and Small Agribusinesses with the Agri-Negosyo (ANYO) Loan Program

The Department of Agriculture’s first pillar in the New Thinking in Agriculture is the modernization of the agriculture and fisheries sector, which includes the use of modern technology to increase efficiency and yield of farmers, and the empowerment of farmers as agricultural entrepreneurs (agripreneurs). “Agripreneurship should also form part of the paradigm to modernize Philippine continue reading : From Farmers to Agripreneurs: Financing Micro and Small Agribusinesses with the Agri-Negosyo (ANYO) Loan Program