"To enhance and institutionalize the e-Extension system in agriculture, fisheries, and natural resources for optimal application, utilization and exchange among users and partners."
DILIMAN, Quezon City – Driven by the desire to help create a world with zero hunger and poverty, the men and women of the Agricultural Training Institute’s Central Office (ATI-CO) collectively pledged to continuously look for long-term solutions to the needs of marginalized Filipinos during this year’s celebration of the World Food Day (WFD).
DILIMAN, Quezon City – “The biggest potential for development is in the agriculture and fisheries sector, thus, we should focus more on assisting our farmers and fishers to be more productive and competent.”
This was the highlight of the discussion among some officials of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) and the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Human Resources Development Foundation, Inc. (PCCI-HRDF) in a meeting last October 29, 2015.
MAKATI CITY, Philippines – A key in the effective implementation of the Philippine e-Extension Program for Agriculture and Fisheries is the continuous pursuit and establishment of linkages with institutions from both public and private sectors. As the lead agency of the program, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) maximizes avenues for sourcing, networking, as well as knowledge-sharing with local and international institutions. One of these is the 2nd International Congress on e-Learning (ICE) recently organized by the Philippine e-Learning Society (PeLS).
ORTIGAS CENTER, Metro Manila -- As part of its commitment to promote organic agriculture in the Philippines, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) participated in the recently conducted Philippine Natural and Organic Products Expo (PNOPEX) 2015.
PNOPEX aims to promote the organic farming community, their farming and fishing practices, to organic produce and its benefits. Farmers, farm owners, agriculture enthusiasts and students visited the expo where ATI's booth promoted its programs and services especially related to the Organic Agriculture (OA) Program of the Philippines.