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Being Productive, Magsasaka Siyentista Association Holds their Third Quarter Meeting

CABAGAN, Isabela. “Being a Magsasaka Siyentista (MS) is challenging. You are the umbrella organization among other RBOs of ATI. You should always have unique practices and/or technologies that are worth emulating by other farmers.” These are the words of Dr. Jimmy Abarabar during a short opening program of the Magsasaka Siyentista meeting.

CC Focals and Info. Officers Expose on DRR Policy Actions in Agri-fishery Extension

A photo opportunity with Dr. Luz A. Taposok (Center), ATI Director during the national updates on the DA’s Disaster Risk Reduction Policy Actions in Agriculture and Fishery Extension (AFE) cum ATI Climate Resilient Agriculture Project Progress Reporting.

DILIMAN, Quezon City. Disaster preparedness and readiness are encouraged to all sectors. Climate change focal persons and information officers of the ATI network were convened for a national updates on the DA’s Disaster Risk Reduction Policy Actions in Agriculture and Fishery Extension (AFE) cum ATI Climate Resilient Agriculture Project Progress Reporting.

Venturing Sustainable Livestock Production among HANDOG Beneficiaries

The HANDOG Beneficiaries having a photo opportunity with the ATI-RTC 02 Center Director Renato A. Maguigad and Dr. Jimmy Q. Abarabar, PASS Head.

SAN MATEO, Isabela. “Give man a fish and you will feed him for a day, teach him how to fish, and you will feed him for a lifetime”. This inspires the implementation of Hatid ng ATI Na Dunong Oportunidad at Gabay (HANDOG) Program in two pilot sites in Gamu, Isabela and Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya. It teaches the beneficiaries to venture in agribusiness.

ATI-RTC 02 Installs Windmill-driven Water Pump for its Organic Vegetable Garden

SAN MATEO, Isabela. Innovation continues in the Agricultural Training Institute – Regional Training Center 02 (ATI-RTC 02). A windmill-driven water pump was newly installed in San Mateo Center for its organic vegetable garden. It showcases climate change adaptation that ensures sustainable production of vegetables despite scarcity pf water especially during dry season.

Farmers Benefit from the Climate Resilient Agriculture Livelihood Project

CABAGAN, Isabela. With the goal of making communities resilient to climate change, the Climate Resilient Agriculture Livelihood Project (CRLP) is implemented in six selected municipalities of region 02. These are the municipalities highly vulnerable to climate change, namely, Uyugan in the province of Batanes, Sta.

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