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ATI ON ITS 32ND ANNIVERSARY, EVOLVING INTO A MORE DYNAMIC AND VIBRANT TRAINING INSTITUTION IN REGION VI

BANGA, Aklan - A motorcade, is just a prelude to hefty activities in celebration of the 32nd anniversary of the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center VI. This year’s theme “SUSTAINING VIBRANT AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH HARMONIZED AND PROACTIVE EXTENSION SERVICE”.

CONSULTATION AND PLANNING WORKSHOP ON CORN PROGRAM GATHERS IMPLEMENTERS IN REGION VI

LA PAZ, Iloilo - "With this 2-day activity, we were able to align our programs. Last year, we are always having conflicts with our schedules on this program because we have not synchronized our activities. Now that we have this consultation, we were able to resolve conflicts and issues that will make our program implementation for the year better”, Mr. Victor D.

Advocacy Campaign - “Back-to-Basics: Scientific and Sustainable Livestock and Poultry Production” implemented

“Go back to the basics” is the battle cry of the Department of Agriculture, a strategy focused on staple food production for food security and addressing poverty. Its main goal is to make sure that food is available and affordable to every Filipino family”.

Si Juana tungo sa Pagpapa-unlad ng Industriya ng Abaca: Training on Gender and Development cum Abaca Production and Processing Technology

A total of forty (40) members of the tribal group Akeanon-Bukidnon Tribe especially women attended the 3-day training entitled: Si Juana tungo sa pagpapa-unlad ng industriya ng Abaca: Training on Gender and Development cum Abaca Production and Processing held on September 26 – 28, 2018 at Sitio Agbatuan, brgy. Oyang, Libacao, Aklan.

Blind Soldier Instrumental for 1st Learning Site on Livestock-based Diversified Farming in Guimaras province

A young blind army officer wrote to ATI-RTC VI requesting for agricultural livelihood interventions for his hometown in Buenavista, Guimaras. 1Lt Jerome J Jacuba suffered total blindness after the tragic incident in a battle in Maguindanao in 2016. Lt Jacuba had sought several agricultural livelihood interventions for the wounded-in-action soldiers and their families.

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