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ATI 7 performs earthquake drill

ATI-7 Staff headed by Center Director Carolyn May O. Daquio, PhD.  together with the Tagbilaran City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office personnel

Tagbilaran City. With the objective of strengthening its disaster readiness and resiliency, the Agricultural Training Institute – Region VII (ATI 7) conducted the “ShakeOut Skills Training in Handling Hazards in support to the Institution’s DRR Measures” last November 5-7, 2018, this city.

ATI-7 conducts Internal Control System

TAGBILARAN CITY - In consonance with the Organic Act of 2010 in the Philippines which seeks “to promote, propagate, develop further and implement the practice of organic agriculture in the country” the Department of Agriculture through the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) continuously conduct training and extension activities geared towards organic farming.

ATI-7 Sponsors 1st Livestock Expo

Tagbilaran City - The Agricultural Training Institute-VII (ATI-VII) in collaboration with the Philippine Carabao Center (PCC), Agricultural Training Institute- International Training Center on Pig Husbandry (ATI-ITCPH), Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI), National Dairy Authority (NDA), National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) and with the Provincial Government of Bohol sponsored the Second Day of

ATI-VII conducts food safety campaign

SIQUIJOR - In response to the growing problem on human health as far as agriculture is concerned and to basically explain why awareness on food safety now becomes a global trend, thus, the Agricultural Training Institute in Central Visayas conducted a one-day Aflatoxin and Awareness on Food Safety at the IE Suits, Poblacion, Siquijor this province on October 11, 2018.

366 small farmers, fishers undergo financial literacy

BOHOL. - In support to the easy access on financing programs of the Department of Agriculture (DA), the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center VII (ATI 7) in collaboration with Agricultural Credit Policy Council (ACPC) conducted “ A Peso a Day is Ok: A Financial Literacy Training” to the provinces of Bohol and Negros Oriental.