The Department of Agriculture Climate Resilient Agriculture Office (DA CRAO) emphasizes its commitment to supporting efforts related to promoting climate information service (CIS) as it participated in the Innovation Packaging and Scaling Readiness (IPSR) Workshop for the Rice Crop Manager Advisory Service (RCMAS) Climate+, an upgrade to the digital agriculture application RCMAS used for improved – continue reading
In 2023, the Department of Agriculture’s Climate Resilient Agriculture Office (DA CRAO) remained steadfast in its commitment to promote the mainstreaming of climate change in agri-fishery plans, programs, and projects, while building resilient farming and fishing communities through the implementation of the Adaptation and Mitigation Initiative in Agriculture (AMIA) Program. The DA CRAO achieved significant – continue reading
In an effort to further promote the use of climate information services (CIS) for agriculture, the Adaptation and Mitigation Initiative in Agriculture (AMIA) Program Regional Field Office (RFO) VI and the Rice Watch Action Network Inc (RWAN) jointly organized a CIS conference for local government units (LGUs) and other partners on December 18, 2023, in Iloilo City.
As part of its continued efforts to help increase farmers’ productivity and income through science-based decision-support tools, the Department of Agriculture (DA), through the Climate Resilient Agriculture Office (CRAO), has launched the updated version of its National Color-Coded Agricultural Guide (NCCAG) Map. Agriculture Secretary Francisco Tiu Laurel Jr. and CRAO Director Alicia G. Ilaga led – continue reading
Author: DA-AFID | 23 November 2023 The Department of Agriculture (DA)’s Adaptation and Mitigation Initiative in Agriculture (AMIA) Program launched the 16th Annual Global Warming and Climate Change Consciousness Week on Monday, November 20. Coinciding with DA-AMIA’s 10th anniversary, Agriculture Secretary Francisco Tiu Laurel led the week-long celebration, focusing on the achievements of building climate-resilient – continue reading