Interventions entail expanding CLP’s digital platform in social media and grassroots communication work. To address the FAW issue, new video materials like tutorial kits and testimonies are being developed, along with an Industry handbook on FAW.
Materials on safe and responsible use of pesticides are being updated through the CLP website and social media channels. The CLP continues to sustain current efforts to address the farmers’ problems with illegal seeds and counterfeit CP.
To expand grassroots reach, the CLP will incorporate updating stakeholders on trends in science-based agriculture in digital and social media platform. It includes online and digital contents that supports the government's program. A monthly CLP newsletter in both digital and print formats will be launched as the CLP website is being updated to be more user-friendly.
On the other hand, initiatives to support the Rice and Corn Program of the government will be undertaken not only on the aspects of seeds and crop protection technologies but also developing capacities of farmers in climate change adaptation, farm clustering to achieve economies of scale, post harvest, marketing and others. This will also involve pursuing strategic alliances with like minded groups in the supply/value chain to address concerns on policies and regulations. CLP will also pursue positive engagement with government and private stakeholders.