CARRD believes in an inclusive rural development that is based on equitable access to and ownership of productive resources
Equal terms of partnership
Environmentally-sound farming systems
Secure tenure rights
Stable access to productive resources for smallholder farming families
Secure food systems
Equal rights for men and women
IN THE KNOW
CARRD conducts study session on agrarian reform and rural development with Board of Trustees, farmer-leaders and staff.
Collective titles affect security of property rights among most farmer-beneficiaries of the agrarian reform program. About 800 000 hectares of land in the Philippines are collectively titled and are still pending for subdivision.
Women and land rights
Agrarian reform and rural development in a Post-CARPER scenario