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1.5M worth of AAIGA projects signed for Asipulo, Ifugao



ith the goal of poverty reduction in poor rural indigenous communities in the upland areas in the Cordilleras, the Hojap Multi-Purpose Cooperative the Community Finance Institution in Asipulo, Ifugao has signed seventeen (17) Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Department of Agriculture and the Livelihood Interest Groups of Barangays Camandag, Cawayan, Namal and Pula. This is under the Second Cordillera Highland Agricultural Resource Management (CHARM2) Project.


These MOAs were signed last September 12, 2013 at Asipulo amounting to 1.5 million pesos for the implementation of agribusiness, agriculture, and income generating activities.

Livelihood activities specified in the MOAs include free range chicken raising, native pig raising, mushroom production, ginger production, rice wine making, peanut production, farm tools blacksmith and coffee consolidation.


The identified livelihood activities are expected to have its implementation in the four identified CHARMP2 barangays this last quarter of 2013 and expected to be fully accomplished by 2014.// Chris Bakakew, CMO-Ifugao

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