DILIMAN, Quezon City—The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) vows to be in the forefront of agricultural productivity through harmonized and proactive extension services as it celebrates its 32nd founding anniversary this year.
In his message during the anniversary program, ATI Director Alfredo Aton thanked all the Institute’s personnel for working productively and consistently meeting targets in response to the growing needs of farmers and fishers.
“I believe that the accomplishments of this Institute are the results of the combined efforts of all employees who have been working with excellence and passion,” Aton remarked.
He, likewise, encouraged everyone to help each other in upholding the Institute’s humble beginnings and build on the lessons of the past.
Other highlights of the event include the recognition of 2018 Loyalty Awardees and the oath-taking of newly appointed and promoted employees of the ATI Central Office. An ecumenical service was also held prior to the program proper.
The 32nd anniversary celebration at the ATI Central Office was held last January 29.
Meanwhile, the ATI’s network of training centers also held simultaneous celebrations in their respective offices. Some activities conducted in the regional offices were motorcades, free seminars, sports fest, and contests.
The ATI celebrated its 32nd founding anniversary with “Sustaining Vibrant Agricultural Productivity through Harmonized and Proactive Extension Services” as its overarching theme.