LATEST PUBLICATIONS
PN 2021-04
The National Government's Role in Local Water Supply Delivery in the Philippines
CSP-55
Economic Triple Shock: Assessment and Remedial Measures
CSP-56
Policy Imperatives Moving Forward from the COVID-19 Crisis
CSP-57
A Results-Based Assessment of the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act
Institutions / Organizations Details

Agricultural Credit Policy Council (ACPC)

Head of Institution: Jocelyn Alma R. Badiola
3/F Agustin I Bldg., Emerald Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City 1605
www.acpc.da.gov.ph
Representative Library / Publications
Name Mary Veronica P. Santos and Emmalyn Guinto N/A
Email ejguinto@acpc.gov.ph; maryveronicasantos@gmail.com N/A
Phone 634-3320 N/A

Latest Publications
ACPC 2008-01 Credit, Guarantee, and Insurance - Issues and Interventions

ACPC 2008-02 Empowering Farmers through a Participatory Approach to Philippine Agricultural Credit Policy

ACPC 2008-03 Rural Credit Success Stories: The Case of the Philippines and Selected APRACA Member Countries

ACPC 2007-01 Creating a Conducive Rural Finance Policy Environment and Regulatory Framework

ACPC 2007-02 Creating a Conducive Rural Finance Policy Environment and Regulatory Framework in the Philippines

ACPC 2007-03 The ACPC and Credit Support for Agriculture in the Philippines

DLSU AKI 2005-11 An analysis of trade policy environment and global production networks: Implications on regional agreements

ACPC 2005-01 Policy Options in Agriculture & Rural Finance: The Experience of the Philippines and Other Asian Countries

ACPC MS 2004-01 RURAL CREDIT BUREAU: “A Road Map to Rural Development Thru Accessible and Regulated Credit Delivery”(

ACPC MS 2004-03 Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs): Issues, Policies, and Impact on Agricultural Economy

ACPC 2003-01 Rural Finance and Development in Philippine Rural Financial Market: Issues and Policy Research Challenges

ACPC 2003-02 Impact Evaluation of Quedancor Credit and Guarantee Programs

ACPC MS 2003-01 Innovative Financing Schemes (IFS): Are we on the right track?

ACPC MS 2003-02 The ACPC Institution Building Program

ACPC MS 2003-03 Small farmer and fisherfolk borrowing up, further at 64% in 2002