PHILRICE GOES ENTREP TO HELP FARMERS


Nagkaroon ng development ang agri-preneurship ng PhilRice para matulungan ang mga rice tillers na maging negosyante.

Sinabi ni training facilitator Dr. Rene Resurreccion, a licensed trainer of the Competency-based Economies through Formation of Enterprise approach, “economic development for all” makakamit ito sa pamamagitan ng pagkakaroon ng maraming lokal na negosyante sa ating bansa, “Without entrepreneurs, there can be no development,” Resurreccion said.”

Ang Resurreccion ay binuo ang Entrefarm Game, ito ay dinesenyo para maturuan ang mga magsasaka. Kabilang dito ang pagtuturo ng basic entrepreneurial farming, negotiation and building cooperatives, processing, at exporting farm products. Natutunan ng mga kalahok ang tungkol sa business cycle sa pagsasaka at simulated a farm business operation. Sa panahon ng simulation, natutunan nila ang tamang record-keeping, fund allocation, at cash flow.

Ang pagsasanay ay nakatutok sa madiskarteng pagpaplano, pag-aayos at kahalagahan ng pagbabalangkas ng mga magsasaka. Ang pagpoproseso ng finished goods ay isa sa mga opsyon na dinidevelop bukod sa pagsasaka; upang ang mga kalahok ay magkaroon ng isang livestock production business na may posibilidad na magkaroon ng isang pang-export na produkto.

Ang mga paksa na tungkol sa business mapping, maximizing resources, at marketing ay pinapalawig bilang isang importanteng teknikal na kakailanganin sa kasanayan sa pamamahala sa pagtatatag ng isang enterprise. Samantala, ang investment in research, strategic planning, at wise financial management ay naka-highlight bilang essential factors sa pagbuo ng isang negosyo para sa magsasaka.

Resurreccion is the founder and the director of Passion for Perfection Inc., a company that develops achievement-oriented business and development games and training programs.

The training was organized by Project IPaD or Improving Technology Promotion and Delivery through Capability Enhancement of Next-Gen Rice Extension Professionals and Other Intermediaries and PhilRice’s Rural Transformation Movement. (PhilRice Communication Development Division)

Posted by: Lynne Pingoy

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Author: tuklasinnatin

A Journalist and served government for 20 years. A community organizer who rose from a clan of artists and novelists.

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