Sugar industry stakeholders should support national and local candidates who have demonstrated their concern for the sugar industry, the ARBs Sugar Farmers Federation – Kilusang Pagbabago said in a press release yesterday.
“Let us support the ten senators who introduced the senate resolution urging the country’s economic managers to stop pursuing their plan to liberalize sugar importation,” said Aaron Sorbito, chairman of the ARB federation which has eleven member-associations in Negros.
Craft display in Binalbagan Feb. 14
The output of participants in various sustainable livelihood programs (SLPs) in Binalbagan town, Negros Occidental will be displayed 8:30 a.m. on February 14, at the Binalbagan Veterans/Heroes Park, fronting the covered court, Mayor Emmanuel Aranda said yesterday.
He added that there will be a short program, cultural numbers from the town’s indigenous peoples, exhibits of Alayon IP crafts, and food sampling at the event.
Aranda, chairman of the Local Poverty Action Reduction Team, said that various livelihood programs for basic sectors in the municipality have been conducted, through the LPRAT and the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office.