The Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) launched the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) in Lusuac, Peñarrubia on June 18-19, 2018.
The Sustainable Livelihood Program is a program for eligible Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBs) with the objective of enhancing their skills for higher productivity and profitability. The program will also equip ARBs with the necessary skills and knowledge to help them manage their microenterprise as a source of alternative and additional livelihood.
Likewise, a capacity building was conducted on Swine Production, Care & Management by the department in partnership with OPVet and PGA led by Governor Joy Bernos. It was attended by 74 eligible agrarian reform beneficiaries who are members of Lusuac Multipurpose Cooperative.
Engr. Miles Hall, Supervising Agrarian Reform Program Officer said “21 municipalities are under the Agrarian Reform Areas and the department has been conducting trainings for agrarian reform beneficiaries aiming to enhance their skills for higher productivity and profitability”.
Similar trainings will be scheduled with other eligible agrarian reform beneficiaries in the future.