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.
DAVAO CITY – In an effort to intensify the rubber production industry and as member of the Philippine Rubber Technical Working Group (PHLRUBBER TWG), the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) recently participated in the 2017 Performance Assessment and 2018 Planning Workshop for Rubber.
QUEZON CITY – In line with the President’s commitment to help the wounded-in-action (WIA) soldiers in the Marawi siege, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) provided technical assistance to the Department of National Defense (DND) during its conduct of training on agriculture particularly livestock production.
ATI Officer-in-Charge Director Luz Taposok acknowledged the sacrifices of the WIA soldiers for the liberation of Marawi City. She lauded them as well for their initiative to learn about agriculture while they are still on the process of recovery.
SILANG, Cavite – Following the issuance of its ISO 9001:2015 certification and to continue its pursuit of excellence in the provision of extension services, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) - Central Office recently conducted its 9th Management Review in compliance to the latest Quality Management Standard (QMS).
Officer-in-Charge Director Luz Taposok emphasized the essence of collective assessment of the Institute’s programs and services as well as the dialogue on issues relevant to the QMS.
QUEZON CITY – 4-H and Rural Based Organizations (RBOs) in the Philippines have remained partners of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) in assisting the farm families improve their socio-economic condition. Thus, it is imperative to help them develop better mechanisms and strategies in extension that will be employed at the grassroots level.
LOS BAÑOS, Laguna – Driven to create further development for the agriculture and fisheries extension (AFE) system and continuously uphold decentralization, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) and the Coalition for Agricultural Modernization of the Philippines (CAMP) are set to mobilize the establishment of the pilot phase of the Collaborative Provincial Agriculture and Fisheries Extension System (CPAFES).