Matuginao, Samar - As the lead agency in delivering excellent extension services to its clients, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) continues to provide quality services through trainings tailor made for the needs of its clients. One of which is to empower women in the community.
Baybay City, Leyte – Sweet potato is one of the most common root crops in the Philippines. It is packed with nutritious goodness as it is high in fiber and potassium. It can be processed into various products such as wine, jam, candy, and as ingredient in pastries.
Maydolong, Eastern Samar – There are many opportunities out there. With a simple training, one can venture into a small business to earn an income. A good example is food processing which prolongs the shelf-life of food products. It also increases the income of the family for its value-adding strategies.
Babatngon, Leyte - For years, the Agricultural Training Institute has been promoting natural ways of farming through Organic Agriculture. Recently, JADAM farming was introduced as a response to the inevitable inflation of production inputs. This technology introduces farmers to an ultra-low cost way of organic farming.
Burauen, Leyte - Quails may be known as “game” or “hunting” birds but they too can be raised in a way that would enhance farm productivity or even add employment to people venturing in its production. With the increase in demand for quail eggs, quail production might be a lucrative business opportunity for farm families.
Baybay City, Leyte - The Agricultural Training Institute – Regional Training Center 8 concluded the first semester of the year by conducting its 2019 Midyear Management Review and Planning Workshop.
Tunga, Leyte - The Agricultural Training Institute – Regional Training Center 8 launched a Farmers Livestock School for women in the municipality of Tunga in Leyte. The activity aims to capacitate rural women specifically on the best practices on Free-Range Chicken production.
Ormoc City, Leyte – Agripreneurs become unsuccessful in their business ventures not because of poor product quality. Often times, the problem lies in the marketing of their products. Many engage in business ventures but few really equip themselves with the necessary business skills.
Catubig, N. Samar – Teaching children about agriculture is one way to ensure a better tomorrow for the country. Agriculture can be made simple so the young can easily grasp its concepts.
BAYBAY CITY, Leyte –Farmers, youth, women and more stakeholders can now access Free Range Chicken Production lessons through the School-on the-Air simultaneously broadcasted on three radio stations in the Samar Island –DYES (Borongan), DYMS and MSFM (Catabalogan).