INVITATION TO BID FOR THE PROVISION OF JANITORIAL SERVICES

  Republic of the Philippines Department of Agriculture PHILIPPINE CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION   Invitation to Bid for the Provision of Janitorial Services     The Philippine Crop Insurance Corporation, through the PCIC Corporate Operating Budget of 2017 approved by the Board intends to apply the sum of ONE MILLION TEN THOUSAND PESOS (PHP1,010,000.00) being the continue reading : INVITATION TO BID FOR THE PROVISION OF JANITORIAL SERVICES

INVITATION TO BID FOR THE PROVISION OF SECURITY SERVICES

Republic of the Philippines Department of Agriculture PHILIPPINE CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION   Invitation to Bid for the provision of security services     The Philippine Crop Insurance Corporation, through the PCIC Corporate Operating Budget of 2017 approved by the Board intends to apply the sum of ONE MILLION TEN THOUSAND Pesos (PHP1,010,000.00) being the Approved continue reading : INVITATION TO BID FOR THE PROVISION OF SECURITY SERVICES

PCIC Joins Secretary Piñol in M’lang, Cotabato

“More agricultural development and more great things are yet to come not only for M’lang but for the whole province of Cotabato,” Department of Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol announced when he led the distribution of ₱9.5 Million worth of agri-fishery projects to the local government unit, Irrigators’ Associations, and farmers and fisherfolk of M’lang, Cotabato continue reading : PCIC Joins Secretary Piñol in M’lang, Cotabato

PCIC allots P622m for crop damage

State-owned Philippine Crop Insurance Corp. has earmarked P622 million to indemnify farmers in Luzon following the successive onslaught of typhoons Karen and Lawin. PCIC president Jovy Bernabe said in a report to Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol that a quick assessment of the post-typhoon situation showed that 103,338 hectares operated by 81,700 farmers were damaged. The continue reading : PCIC allots P622m for crop damage

Insured farmers to get P622 million for losses in past two typhoons

MANILA—The Philippine Crop Insurance Corp. (PCIC), the government’s agricultural insurance provider, is earmarking some P622 million to compensate losses suffered by insured farmers in Luzon in the wake of the successive onslaught of Typhoon Karen and Supertyphoon Lawin over the last two weeks. In a report to Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel F. Piñol, PCIC President Jovy continue reading : Insured farmers to get P622 million for losses in past two typhoons

Farmers in Dumaguete Given Indemnity Checks

Department of Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol spearheaded the ceremonial turnover of farm tractors, power sprayers, BFAR equipment, and insurance indemnities on August 9, 2016 in Dumaguete City. During the event, PCIC distributed indemnity checks worth ₱555,431.00 to 64 farmers at Quezon Plaza, Dumaguete City. PCIC Vice President-CBAG Antonio Uy II and Regional Manager Cresencio Deligero, continue reading : Farmers in Dumaguete Given Indemnity Checks

PCIC Distributes Indemnity Checks in Mabinay, Negros Oriental

The municipality of Mabinay, Negros Oriental recently held the annual Agro-Fair and Farmers Congress with the theme “Go for Progress through Mabinayanihan.” During the Congress, the Philippine Crop Insurance Corporation (PCIC) distributed indemnity checks. Thirty-one (31) agricultural insurance beneficiaries were awarded indemnity checks worth two hundred eighty-three thousand three hundred ninety-one pesos (₱ 283, 391.00). continue reading : PCIC Distributes Indemnity Checks in Mabinay, Negros Oriental