IN PHOTOS: DA CALABARZON in coordination with DA Central Office – Field Operations Service (FOS), conducted an orientation on the updating of the Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture (RSBSA) thru the Farmers’ and Fisherfolk’s Registry System (FFRS) on March 2, 2021.
The orientation aims to intensify the roll-out of the RSBSA project down to the ground, register all eligible beneficiaries, and establish a reliable database of farmers and fisherfolk.
OIC-Field Operations Division Chief Engr. Redelliza A. Gruezo emphasized the equally important roles of the encoders, enumerators, and coordinators at the municipal, provincial, and regional levels. “Malaki ang ambag ng bawat isa sa pagsasaayos at pag-implement ng RSBSA at FFRS,” Engr. Gruezo said.
During the orientation, the overview and policy guidelines of RSBSA were presented by FOS – Field Programs Operational Planning Division OIC-Chief Ms. Lorna Belinda L. Calda. This was followed by the presentation of the FFRS and related systems conducted by the Information and Communications Technology Service OIC-Chief for Systems Application Development Division Ms. Jocelyn Mogado. Later in the day, Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Division – Management Information System Unit Head Ms. Julany G. Castillo presented updates on RSBSA in CALABARZON.
The RSBSA refers to the electronic compilation or database of basic information of farmers, farm laborers, fishermen, and target beneficiaries of agriculture-related programs, projects, and services of the government.
As of February 28, 2021, a total of 84,398 CALABARZON farmers’ data were already encoded in this system and can take full advantage of the Department’s various interventions.