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A C K N O W L E D G E M

A C K N O W L E D G E M E N T The authors wish to extend their thanks and profound gratitude to the funding support given by the Users’ Perspective with Agricultural Research and Development (UPWARD); the assistance of DA-LGUs in Gerona, Moncada, Capas, and Bamban, Tarlac; San Marcelino and Botolan in Zambales; and all barangay leaders and respondents of Dicolor and Tagumbao, in Gerona, Tarlac; Sta. Lucia in Capas, Tarlac; Culubasa in Bamban, Tarlac; Nagbunga and Laoag in San Marcelino, Zambales; and Porac and Carael in Botolan, Zambales. Likewise, their thanks to the Central Luzon State University and Tarlac College of Agriculture for the permission granted in the conduct of this project.

Appendix Table 1. Roles played by men and women. Activities/Decision Making Functions Usually Per - formed by Men No. % Usually Performed by women No. % Some Men are Doing It No. % Some Women are Doing It No. % 1. Overall management of livelihood projects such as: Rice Production 150 97.40 - - - - 4 2.59 Rootcrops Production 145 94.15 - - - - 9 5.84 Vegetable Production 117 75.97 - - - - 37 24.02 Chicken Raising 74 48.05 60 38.96 - - 20 12.98 Swine Raising - - 98 63.63 56 36.36 - - Cattle Raising 101 65.58 - - - - 35 22.72 2. Varietal Selection 150 97.40 - - - - 4 2.59 3. Use of input 149 96.75 - - - - 5 3.24 4. Collection of 150 97.40 - - - - 4 2.59 planting materials 5. Storage of planting 148 96.10 - - - - 6 3.89 materials 6. Land Preparation 150 97.40 - - - - 4 2.59 7. Seedbed Preparation 147 95.45 - - - - 7 4.54 8. Pulling of seedlings/ cutting of planting materials 61 39.6 73 47.40 20 12.98 - - 9. Planting of crops 143 92.85 - - - - 11 7.14 10. Applying of 152 98.70 - - - - 2 1.29 fertilizers 11. Weeding 99 64.28 35 22.72 - - 20 12.98 12. Harvesting 88 57.14 - - - - 66 42.85 13. Storage of 97 62.98 - - - - 57 37.01 harvested products 14. Farm budgeting 58 37.66 39 25.32 35 22.72 22 14.28 15. Records keeping* - - 93 60.38 25 16.23 - - 16. Marketing of 111 72.07 43 27.92 - - - - products 17. Processing / Cooking of Products for Home Use - - 122 79.22 32 20.77 - - 18. Allocating Income 103 66.08 109 70.77 20 12.98 19 12.33 19. Contacting credit 90 58.44 100 64.93 10 6.49 9 5.84 outlet 20. Social Networking for food security 90 58.44 99 64.28 38 24.67 28 18.18

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