ATI Director Asterio Saliot

Aug 24 2015


Jul 22 2015

Some would say ten year old girls are mostly engaged with their play dolls and make-believe tea...

Jul 22 2015

In the 4-Hers’ hands are dirt, branches, twigs, flowers, fruits and leaves that have much...

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Aug 26 2015

“Competency standards attempt to capture the various dimensions that, when taken together, account for ‘competent’ performance.” ̶ Employment Studies Institute

In this information age where breakthroughs and technologies rapidly evolve, continuous knowledge-acquisition and skills development are essential in coping up. Hence, it is crucial for the agriculture and fisheries sector to constantly capacitate and update its extension workers to hone their roles in imparting information and services to the farmers and fishers.

Aug 11 2015

Tagaytay City, PHILIPPINES – An organization is simply as good as its workforce. It operates based on the competencies of its personnel, which implies that skilled staff equates to a thriving organization. Hence, to effectively realize its strategic goals, an institution must focus on cultivating its employees’ full potential.

Jul 15 2015

ORMOC CITY, Leyte- The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) brought together 35 various stakeholders from various government agencies and educational institutions performing Agriculture and Fisheries Extension (AFE) services in crafting a holistic strategic plan.

The activity titled "Laying the Groundwork for Strong and Vibrant Rural Communities: National Multi-Stakeholder Consultation Workshop on Agriculture and Fishery Extension Strategic Planning for 2017-2022" came up with a more comprehensive agriculture and fishery strategic plan for the next six years.

Jul 13 2015

DILIMAN, Quezon City--- The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) of the Department of Agriculture (DA) through its Partnerships and Accreditation Division, in collaboration with DA-Rice Program, Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice), International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), is holding a series of training on “Enabling AgRiDOC: A New Breed of Rice Extensionists.”

Jul 02 2015

DILIMAN, Quezon City--- The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) spearheads the conduct of series of activities to develop training regulations on rice production.

The activities are collaborative efforts of the Department of Agriculture (DA) through ATI and the Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice), together with the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

Jun 25 2015

CLEMENTI ROAD, Singapore – Since its launching in 2007, the e-Learning for Agriculture and Fisheries is one of the initiatives that makes agricultural extension more inclusive by expanding its reach to under-served clientele thru Information and Communication Technology (ICT). As the Program continues to grow, the global ICT community have recognized these efforts through requests and invitations to share the experiences as well as learnings gained during the implementation.


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I am actually planning on going back to the Philippines for good starting next year, 2009 to finally do something on my piece of land in Sariaya, Quezon that now  lie idle. I have been in...

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The Consortium for Unfavorable Rice Environments (CURE) seeks to develop community-based seed systems (CBSS) in rainfed rice areas as a delivery system for technologies and capacity enhancement strategies on seed health management, crop diversification, crop management options and other demand-driven interventions. It aims to increase productivity and enhance livelihoods among our Filipino rice farmers.

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The textbook on Development Oriented Research in Agriculture tackles the practical, interdisciplinary and eclectic approach carried out by the International Centre for development oriented Research in Agriculture (ICRA) based in Wageningen, The Netherlands.

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This book highlights the Philippine celebration of the International Year of Natural Fiber (IYNF) in 2009 initiated by the then Fiber Industry Development Authority (FIDA) of the Department of Agriculture. With its theme "Discover Natural Fibers", IYNF 2009 was an opportune time event of the world, particularly in the Philippines to refocus and recognize the contribution of the natural fibers in the countryside.