Climate Change with DRRM Training held at Siquijor

the participants during the workshop on identification of risk reduction and management

SIQUIJOR. The three-day training on Climate Change with Disaster Risk Reduction and Management held at the Conference Hall of the Office of Provincial Agriculturist in Helen, Larena, Siquijor created a sound learning insights among participants composed of farmers, representative from the academe and the local government unit. The group agreed that issues on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management should be included in the Academes' curriculum; that farmers should have constant updates on the Climate Risk in the locality and in order to build an Agri-fishery climate resilient community must require great power, thus the need for the executives and leaders to appreciate the urgency of climate action.

The training was held last April 25-27 with 34 participants from this province. Composing the pool of resource speakers were Joemelyn S. Allianic of ATI-RTC 7, Focal Person on Climate Change and Training Personnel from the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office of Cebu in the persons of Elviena O. Subang, Belinda N. Bayron and Jenefer D. De la Cruz while Engr. Jonathan Sumagang, ATI 7 Technical Staff was the project officer of the said training.

what our clients say...

“The TMT did a good job because the training is well-prepared; well-planned and well funded. The design of the training provided us good knowledge and understanding that is very applicable to us, senior citizens. The objectives were all absorbed; our expectation was not just met but it was surpassed.” We are so very much thankful to the City Social Welfare Office and the ATI-RTC 7 for including us in this kind of training because the training provided us with confidence. The methods used in the training such as lecture and video showing provided us more to learn. Again, thank you so much ATI. I hope there is still more training to come.

-JUAN B. DIZON, JR., Senior Citizen, Dumaguete City | Wed, 04/29/2015