A PIDS study evaluated the performance of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) in the last 30 years and found its accomplishments to be substantial in terms of land reformed area and number of beneficiaries. However, the program has been poorly targeted in terms of areas covered and beneficiaries. The study recommended for the government to focus on supporting agricultural modernization programs that benefit small farmers, such as scaling up of promising arrangements (e.g., block farming and agribusiness venture arrangements). It also underscored the importance of converging the efforts of land agencies and digitizing land management and administration.

Know more about the study titled “The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program After 30 years: Accomplishments and Forward Options” here:https://pidswebs.pids.gov.ph/CDN/PUBLICATIONS/pidsrp1803.pdf

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