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Apr 17 2017

Geared to systematize the procedure in facilitating training and other activities the “tatak ATI” way, the Agricultural Training Institute - Regional Training Center in MiMaRoPa conducted a Blended Course on Training Management among its staff - both technical and administrative personnel.

Prior to the training proper, the staff enrolled in Training Management (TM1), an online course in...

Mar 20 2017

Indigenous people (IP) carry a fragile but essential part of our common humanity. As individuals and societies, they represent an irreplaceable diversity. The experiences of and challenges faced by indigenous people in terms of food safety and health should not be deserted. Understanding how to achieve food safety is equally important for indigenous people, who often experience the poverty and...

Mar 17 2017

The Agricultural Training Institute - Regional Training Institute MiMaRoPa trained 34 Indigenous People (IP) from the municipality of Quezon, Palawan in white corn production technology on March 13 to 15, 2017.

The training aims to edify the IPs in corn farming to increase their production and teach them of the Sloping Agricultural Land Technology (SALT), one of the technologies being...

Mar 15 2017

“Before anything else, preparation is the key to success”.

This statement from Alexander Graham Bell is truly applies to the recently concluded “collaborative meeting” headed by the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) in MiMaRoPa in partnership with the Office of the Provincial Agriculture and the Municipalities of Tablas Island in the province of Romblon such as Alcantara, Sta. Fe...

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ATI is one of the government institutions which gives quality service to its clientele... I personally saw  their determination to enhance farmers' skills and knowledge by conducting...

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Featured Story

Sometimes it only takes a simple project, a chance meeting, or maybe, running into an unknown word to ignite an interest that may guide a student into the future. With a kilo of cooked adlai, molasses and molds and a passion for research, a young student shows that a grade seven is not too young to become a scientist.

When it comes to being scientist, 11 isn't too young. Just ask...