Processing for a Healthy Living, PWDs of La Trinidad Train on Soybean Processing with Good Manufacturing Practices

Supportive to the welfare of Person With Disability (PWD), ATI-CAR conducted a two-day training on Soy bean processing with good manufacturing practices held at the Aspulan Hall, La Trinidad, Benguet on September 20-21, 2017. Twenty one PWD-participants from the different barangays of La Trinidad attended the training.

Raising Rice Productivity, ATI-CAR Briefs 212 Farmer-Beneficiaries on Credit Worthiness Through the Sikat Saka Program

To increase awareness and availment of farmers of the government’s credit program particularly the Sikat Saka Program which is the credit components of the Food Staples Sufficiency Program under DA-Landbank partnership and to build-up farmers’ credit worthiness, the ATI-CAR in cooperation with the DA-RFO-CAR conducted two batches of the Technical Briefing on the Sikat Saka Program and Credit Worthiness Seminar for Irrigators Association and Small Water Irrigation System Association (SWISA) in the Cordillera Administrative Region.

Bringing Beekeeping to a Higher Level, ATI CAR and SLU-EISSIF Train CAR Beekeepers on GAP on Honey Processing, Packaging and Labeling

LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET. Beekeepers in the Cordillera Administrative Region are now being trained on good agricultural practices on honey processing, packaging and labeling at the Agricultural Training Institute-Cordillera Administrative Region (ATI-CAR) from August 14 to 16, 2017. Aiming to provide the beekeepers with a value adding training aside from purely honey production, the ATI CAR and the Saint Louis University Extension Institute for Small Scale Industries Foundation Inc. (SLU-EISSIF) partnered in implementing the training.

Food! Handle Safely: BAPTC Farmers, Packers, and Porters Train on Safe Food Handling

LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET. “I am happy with this type of training conducted by ATI especially for us farmers, packers, and porters, giving importance to safe food handling in farming and selling. In this training, we were reminded of the proper handling for quality and safe produce. This activity has corrected my mind set, not to think immediately of the market but first, I have to practice or implement the recommended practices starting from 5 S in my farm so that I will become compliant with the standards." These were the realizations of Ms.

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