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24. Partnership Building activities Partnership building activities may include: - MOA /MOU signing - Establish structure - Regular Meetings 25. Post-test market assessment It is a review after every sale of at least the first three test product deliveries that is focused on the differences between actual and planned results as specified in the agroenterprise plan. 26. Practicum a specialized field of study, that is designed to give students/ trainees supervised practical application of a previously or concurrently studied theory. 27. Production Module a unit of measure in farm production that includes the recommended farming practices, and cost and returns with financing plan.
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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NC IV 140 28. Site Working Group (SWG) The Local partner institution that are willing to provide the of support to catalyze and assist the agroenterprise development process with the farmer. 29. Smallholder farmers On agriculture: Smallholder Farmers are farmers with farmlands 3 hectares and below: On aquaculture: Small scale commercial fishing - fishing with passive or active gear utilizing fishing vessels of 3.1 gross tons (GT) up to twenty (20) GT On livestock: Most small farms usually keep 1 or 2 head of cattle mainly for draught, Raising of buffalo is predominantly a backyard activity with 99.8 percent of the total population in the hands of smallholders, mainly the rice farmers. Each farm raises 1-3 buffalo according to the area they cultivate. On Processed Products and as Business Firms (based on assets) Micro - up to P3,000,000 Small - P3,000,001 - P15,000,000 30. Standard protocols are mandated, fixed procedure for completing a task. 31. Traceability A system by which a product is tagged, such that it can be traced from source of origin to final user. This process may become mandatory in formalized food markets. 32. Traditional buyers A category of buyers with the common characteristics of having no formal arrangements with farmers before buying their product, and taking part in spot trading where prices can change daily or hourly based on supply and demand. 33. Value addition Refer to activities that increase the value of a product or service as it flows along the market chain towards the consumers. 34. Value chain Term used to describe a collaboration of market actors to build a mutually beneficial relationship to capture and share value addition.
TR-Agroentrepreneurship NC IV 141 35. Value chain upgrading Refer to incremental improvements of products, process and linkage that creates more value leading to increase in earnings and a relative advantage over competitors of the business.
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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NC IV 142 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) wishes to extend gratitude and appreciation to the many representatives of business, industry, academe and government agencies and labor groups who donated their time and expertise to the development and validation of these Training Regulations.
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