SAN JOSE CITY, Nueva Ecija – Continuously forming intensive collaborations with key national government agencies (NGAs), the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) undertaken partnership arrangements with the Philippine Carabao Center (PCC) to assist in the promotion of water buffalo production as an important source of meat and milk for the Filipinos.
M’LANG, North Cotabato – With the directive of the Department of Agriculture (DA) Secretary Emmanuel Piñol to intensify national livestock, dairy and poultry program especially for smallholders, Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) OIC-Director Luz Taposok announced that the Institute will be spearheading more livestock training programs across different regions.
METRO MANILA – As a proactive partner of Go Negosyo in the conduct of various development programs, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) recently took part in its back-to-back events highlighting agribusiness mentorship and empowerment.
ROSARIO, La Union - Redesigning agriculture in the changing times is possible with the capabilities of the youth.
This was highlighted by Officer-in-Charge Director Luz Taposok of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) to some 400 senior high school (SHS) students during the First Recognition Rites for the passers of the National Competencies and Immersion in support to K12 Program in Region I.
PIGCAWAYAN, North Cotabato - Cultivating younger generations of farmers, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) continues to capacitate the youth in the various facets of agriculture especially in the far-flung areas.
DAVAO CITY – Reiterating the need for further coordination among government agencies, Officer-in-Charge Director Luz Taposok advised the League of Municipal Agricultural Officers and Municipal/City Agriculturists of the Philippines, Inc. (LeMMCAP) in Region XI to ensure proper collaboration with partners and stakeholders during their 1st Regional Workshop on Agr-Fishery Based Programs and Projects.
According to the OIC-Director, several programs and activities of different government agencies are seemingly fragmented and most often overlap with one another.