BALANGA CITY, Bataan – Governor Albert Raymond S. Garcia has basically acknowledged the indispensable role of the people in the countryside to the strategic industrialization plan of the province.
Speaking on the turn-over ceremonies of 25 highly-breed imported farm animals to the recipients from the three coastal villages of Bagac and in an upland village of Morong, this province last week, Dr. Alberto Venturina, provincial veterinarian, stressed that the provincial government is laying the foundation for sustainable and inclusive growth in remote areas with dramatic increases of foreign and local industrial firms in the three towns in Bataan.
With the burgeoning Freeport Area of Bataan, the fastest growing freeport in the country and six other operational eco-tourism zones, Governor Garcia has readied a systematic program to explore the huge potential in the barangay levels by advocating abundant and profitable agri-business entrepreneurs to build-up their income and to improve their economic stature.
Dr. Venturina said that he is thrilled with the deep-rooted concern of Governor Garcia of exhausting progressive program for the expansion of income of the farming communities in the historic peninsula.
According to the provincial veterinarian, Governor Garcia has scheduled regular visitation of the rural areas to effectively oversee the plight of the residents in far-flung sectors and to institute income generating projects which would enhance socio-economic development.
The economic development foresight of the provincial executive is the best way of motivating farmers by providing them great access toward better production technologies that would ensure them to achieve healthier yield, income and more decent livelihood under the food security program.
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