YANGON, Myanmar – In an effort to increase the Filipinos’ awareness on agribusiness, the Department of Agriculture (DA) recently conducted the Agribusiness Investment Forum intended for the Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs).
CHANGSHA, China – Establishing an environment of support among developing countries and creating means to achieve sustainable development goals in the global context, the Philippines thru the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI), recently participated in the High-Level Scoping Workshop on the Assessment of Capacity needs for Developing Countries under the South-South Cooperation (SSC) Trust Fund Phase II.
TAGUM CITY, Davao del Norte – Festivities, more years of abundance, and stronger commitment in the promotion of agri-tourism. These are the things that OIC-Director Luz Taposok of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) wished for the Dabaonons as they celebrated the 50th Founding Anniversary of the province.
Taposok expressed her heartfelt felicitations for Davao Del Norte’s 50 glorious years of rapid growth and progress. She stated, “You, as Dabaonons are more precious than gold – you are the true wealth of Davao del Norte!”
KANCHANABURI, Thailand – Poverty and hunger are long-term global problems severely experienced in the developing countries. As the ASEAN Sectoral Working Group on Agriculture and Training Extension (AWGATE) recently held its 24th meeting, improved policies and actions plans on agriculture extension have been formulated to address these worldwide challenges.
LAHUG, Cebu City – To express support and appreciation to the stakeholders of the Agriculture and Fisheries Mechanization (AFMech) in the Philippines, OIC-Director Luz Taposok of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) served as the guest speaker during the recently concluded Island-Wide AFMech Congress in the Visayas.
Dr. Taposok underscored the significance of building support systems for the AFMech Law or Republic Act (RA) 10601.
MANILA – In the context of food security and affordability, the application of good agricultural practices (GAP) and integrated pest management (IPM) are two farming techniques widely promoted by the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI).
ATI OIC Director Luz A. Taposok, in her opening remarks for the recently held Philippines – Thailand Bilateral Training Course on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Mango Production, urged the agricultural practitioners to understand the breadth and depth of the concept of IPM.