62 ARBs installed in Cadiz

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Sixty-two Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries where installed on Thursday, Jan. 7, in a 70-ha. land at Barangay Burgos in Cadiz City.

The land is formerly owned by the Asuncion Agricultural Corporation (with Title Number T-25408). “May the year 2021 bring you hope as you are now the owners of the land you have been longing to acquire,” said Myrna Omaliao, Municipal Agrarian Reform Program Officer of the Department of Agrarian Reform in Cadiz City.

Some of the Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries with DAR personnel  |  DAR-WV Photo

“Be responsible, take good care of it, and secure that it is free from abuse. Just abide by the laws and may this land pave a way for you to have a better life,” she added.

DAR said the activity was conducted through the process of land acquisition and distribution under the CARP-CARPER program.

In its mandate, DAR said public and private agricultural landholdings are acquired by the government to be distributed to tenants, farmers, farmworkers and/or other tillers who are qualified to become ARBs, in the form of CLOAs covering a contiguous tract or several parcels of land cumulated up to a maximum of 3 has. per beneficiary. – NWI