"To enhance and institutionalize the e-Extension system in agriculture, fisheries, and natural resources for optimal application, utilization and exchange among users and partners."
As we wish everyone the best of this season, allow us to say thank you to all our clients, partners from the government, non-government, and private sector in the delivery of agricultural extension and training services across the regions in the Philippines. The ATI family from ATI Network of Training Centers appreciated all the support and efforts everyone provided to help uplift the standard of living of our fellow farmers and fishers, much more in providing food on our plates.
Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!
OLD BALARA, Quezon City – In the face of today’s growing population, the Department of Agriculture (DA) sharpens its focus on food security and poverty alleviation through its metro-wide urban agriculture project with the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) dubbed as the “ATIng Gulayan ng DA”.
DILIMAN, Quezon City -- Magsasaka Siyentista (MS) or farmer-scientist is a title earned by a farmer who has been successful in his/her use of science and technology-based indigenous technologies in his farm. Complementing the Farmers' Information Technology Services (FITS) Center in farming technology dissemination, the MS plays a critical role in sharing his farming knowledge and experiences as proliferated in the framework of the Techno Gabay Program (TGP).
QUEZON CITY, Metro Manila – Information and communications technology (ICT) has made progress possible for society. With this in mind, the Department of Agriculture (DA) and the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) entered into a partnership that aims to further capacitate farmers and fishers in the countryside.
BAGUIO, CITY-- "There could be four possible outcomes of this training. First, participants who are unhappy with the course because they were unable to pick up the intention of the training; second, participants who are unhappy but are unable to understand the purpose of the training; the third outcome, participants who appreciated the purpose of the training but only used the learning when required; and finally, the fourth, participants who understood the purpose of the training and make it a regular part of their routine.