DA-PCC’s Knowledge Management Division (KMD) team members, DA-PCC at Central Luzon State University program implementers, and select provincial veterinarians in Region III convened in a hybrid (online and on-site with minimum safety and health protocols) strategic planning-workshop on Knowledge Management (KM) interventions for Carabao-based Business Improvement Network (CBIN) project today, January 25 in Bagac, Bataan.
Said activity is in support of the project “Strengthening the ALAB-Karbawan Project through Herd Build-up” being implemented by the DA-PCC and sponsored by the office of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Food and Agrarian Reform Chairperson Sen. Cynthia Villar.
Specifically, the workshop aimed to deliver real-time accessibility of knowledge products and engage provincial and local government units and value chain civil society organizations in the production of knowledge products and capacity building of clients.
Among the outputs derived from the workshop included calibration of KM interventions based on the results of situational analysis, development of action plans in response to the current issues identified by the LGU partners, and declaration of commitment of involved beneficiaries.
Aside from Region III, other regions with the most number of ALAB-Karbawan sites such as Regions IV-A, V, VI, VIII, XI and XII will also undergo the same planning-workshop for the KMD team to identify and propose KM interventions needed in the sustainable implementation of the project.