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Rice importation has been a hot topic these past months.
Hard-earned money by overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) could just be the key to solve the country’s perennial challenge of achieving food self-sufficiency and security, according to the the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
CLIMATE change will threaten food security if the country fails to manage water use efficiently, William Dar, president of the InangLupa Movement Inc., warned on Thursday.
Food security in the international development community is now considered as a wider phenomenon composed of availability, access, and use. From this perspective, fish trade can be central to food security.
Through the years, food security and self-sufficiency especially in rice has been a cherished dream of the Philippines.
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines is among the countries with the worst conditions for children growing up, a new report revealed.
MASS propagation of breadfruit is seen as one of the solutions for the Philippines’ need of food security, an official of the United Inventors/Innovators Organizations of the Philippines (UIIOP) said.
CABINET Secretary Leoncio Evasco Jr. on Tuesday announced a shift in government policy on rice importation after the National Food Authority (NFA) Council allowed private traders to import rice through foreign governments to increase buffer stocks ahead of the lean months.
MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Agriculture (DA) is now calling for the immediate importation of the 250,000 metric tons (MT) of rice that will serve as the country’s buffer stock in time for the coming of the lean months.
Agricultural engineers from the Philippines and two other ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries are in the country for a series of conferences seeking to help enhance the productivity of Filipino farmers so the country can attain food security.