Knowledge, Inputs and Technology Sharing (KITS) Journey (Lakbay-Alay)

Terminal Objective:

The activity aims to encourage educators and young generations to engage in organic farming.

Enabling Objective:

Specifically, at the end of the activity, the participants shall have:

  1. Demonstrated the proper setting up of edible gardening;
  2. Influenced the educators and students in organic edible gardening;
  3. Practiced the “pay-it-forward scheme”; and
  4. Provided technical support to educators and students.

Target Participants: 30 OMRO Members

For more information please contact the Project Officer, Ms. Graciel V. Gacutan at (053)563-7635. You can also email your clarifications through

Note: Participants will choose one of the four activities (edible landscaping, square foot gardening, vertical gardening and tree growing), bring specific planting materials based on the chosen activity and extra clothes for actual gardening.

Monday, March 12, 2018 - 8:00am to Tuesday, March 13, 2018 - 5:00pm
Cabintan National HS, Sulpa Elementary School & New Ormoc City National High School

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