WESTERN VISAYAS – Two batches of Training on Corn Based Feed Processing and Formulation with a total of 61 participants (30 participants in Iloilo City and 31 participants in Roxas City) were administered in the month of August.
KALIBO, Aklan - "As a first timer to attend to this kind of training, my overall impression was excellent, from RP, Venue, Staff and co-participants. It helps me a lot. New learnings for me to be shared.
ROXAS CITY, Capiz - A total of 30 Capiznon corn farmers attended the 3-day training on Gender and Development cum Corn By-products processing held at Nestas Hilltop Hotel, Roxas City, Capiz.
BANGA, Aklan - "We thank you ATI for conducting this training to us, we appreciated all the efforts you have extended to RIC [Rural Improvement Club]. The management staff and participants were so accommodating. Thank you very much for every opportunity you have given to us, we will treasure this in our hearts.
AKLAN - High school students taking up agriculture subjects have been oriented on the ATI’s e-extension services. The e-learning briefing was held at Malinao School for Philippine Craftsmen in Malinao, Aklan and Numancia Integrated School in Numancia, Aklan on July 17 and 18, 2019 respectively.
ILOILO PROVINCIAL CAPITOL, Iloilo City – The 5th leg of Free Seminar was conducted last July 19, 2019 at Iloilo Provincial Capitol lobby, Iloilo City with the topic on Cacao Production. Overwhelming crowd of farmers, cacao growers, agriculture enthusiasts and walk in clients were registered with a total of 119 participants.
BANGA, Aklan - “Naga pasalamat gid ako sa ATI dahil abu gid akon natun-an sa anda nga mga gina conduct nga training. Pang tatlo ko pa lang nga intra ra sa SOA it ATI ag sa mkara nga SOA on Onion hay kaabu gid akon natun-an.
ROXAS CITY, Capiz – During the fourth leg of Free Seminar that was held last June 27, 2019 at Robinson’s Place, Roxas City, Capiz with the topic on Edible Urban Gardening, 70 Capiznons were listed as participants.
BANGA, Aklan. Climate change is the new normal. Impacts are inevitable and have affected several sectors in the country, including the agriculture sector. Farmers are experiencing drastic changes in weather that have affected their ways and practices on farming.