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The CARP symbolized an essential component in the context of the democratization process in the Philippines by targeting agricultural land redistribution and provision of support services for agricultural development seeds, start-up capitals, credits and farming implements.
It is further considered as a social justice measure that should guarantee the right to adequate food for the rural population in the Philippines. However, several loopholes allowed large landowners to evade land redistribution.
These were reflected in anti-peasant and pro-landlord provisions such as the Stock Distribution Option SDOleaseback agreements, Voluntary Land Transfer VLTvague procedures for the identification of beneficiaries in commercial and corporate farms, the prioritization of the distribution of public land over private landholdings as well as unclear guidelines for land use conversions.
The SDO allowed corporate landowners the option to give farmers partial ownership of a company in the form of stocks shares in lieu of land distribution.
This was opted by Hacienda Luisita Inc. Instead of acquiring actual land to till, the farm workers of Hacienda Luisita received shares which were computed based on the number of work days. Beside these loopholes, there were budget constraints, the lack of an accurate land registration system and extensive corruption within the Department of Agrarian Reform DAR which were the major reasons for the delayed and slow implementation of CARP.
CARPER brought about significant changes in the land reform process, such as the elimination of the SDO or VLT option, the recognition of women as beneficiaries, the prioritization of the distribution of large landholdings between 25 and 50 hectaresthe indefeasibility of awarded beneficiary lands and the provision of PHP billion for land acquisition and distribution LAD whereby 40 percent of the budget should be allocated for support services.
This provision affected seasonal farm workers. But as the program ended in Juneabout one million hectares of land had yet to be distributed including the most difficult and contentious landholdings.
After 27 years of implementation, the completion of agrarian reform is still nowhere in sight. In fact, the performance of CARP under the present Aquino administration is one of the lowest in the history of agrarian reform. In several cases, strong landlord resistance opposing the land distribution process saw farmers facing harassments, intimidations and evictions with some even getting killed.
The case of Hacienda Matias in Bondoc Peninsula is a prime example of the suffering of farmer beneficiaries under aggressive landlord resistance. Only in July, was DAR able — after several attempts — to enter the land, to provide necessary protection to the farmer beneficiaries and to resume the land distribution process.
An integral component of CARP is the provision of support services.
To successfully complete CARP, farmer beneficiaries need to be able to cultivate and till their awarded land. As of Decemberonly 44 percent of all farmer beneficiaries under the agrarian reform program had access to support services, such as farming implements, seeds and access to social credit.
The inability to deliver timely and adequate support services prevented many farmer beneficiaries from becoming economically viable producers and is threatening the sustainability of the claimed land distribution accomplishments.
As in the case of Hacienda Luisitathe vast majority of farmer beneficiaries were forced to lease their land under unjust conditions to generate cash to feed themselves and their families.Latest issuances of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH). Published on the World Wide Web by The Law Firm of Chan Robles and Associates - Philippines.
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