The Importance of Policy development

In the context of the implementation of the National Socio-Economic Development Plan, Strategy, and Programmes of the sector are directly affected by changes in economic dynamics, society, market, environment, and climate. The shift from traditional production to commercial agriculture has an even more direct impact on producers, consumers, land, and water. Therefore, the formulation and improvement of policies, monitoring, and support for the implementation of policies must be increased pay close attention to those changes, and respond quickly, in a timely to build strength to the agricultural production.

The policy working area is as follows:

  1. Food security and nutrition
  2. Produce commodity
  3. Forestry management
  4. Rural development
  5. Green growth and Agricultural sustainable
  6. Labor in Agriculture

Policy Development Process