772 agri-workers graduate from school-on-air

By July 31, 2022Business

THE 722 farmers and agricultural workers from 22 municipalities and cities in Region 1 that participated in the School-On-the-Air (SOA) program of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) received their certificates for completing their course on organic agriculture production last July 26.

Rogelio Evangelista, center director of the ATI-Regional Training Center (RTC) in Region 1, said the program, dubbed as “Oportunidad sa Agrikultura, Sagot ng Organikong Pagsasaka” sought to provide information and teach organic agriculture production through broadcast media to help agricultural workers improve their agricultural production and help preserve the environment.

During the graduation ceremony, 20 graduates namely: Grace Marie Acosta (Natividad), Romeo Manalo (Bani), Roel Maglisay (Batac City), Lenie Parayno (San Quintin) Gloria Torrano (Sinait), Ric Bautista (Bayambang), Crizalyn Peralta (Dasol), Ferdinand De Guzman (Malasiqui), Tony Ferrer (Lingayen) Leila Mendijar (Binalonan), Marvin Biado (San Fabian), Maricel Marcos (Sto. Tomas), Shirley Malapira (Badoc), Jeorge Balbaloza (Alaminos City), Diana Rose Pamplona (Pozorrubio), Flora Quilantes (Urbiztondo), Joseph Talub (Currimao), Dante Serra (San Manuel), Felicidad Dela Cruz (Basista), and Redelia Nadera (Agno) were recognized as top achievers of the on-air course program.

Towns in Pangasinan with the highest number of graduates are Alaminos City  and Pozorrubio. (PIA-Pangasinan/EMSA)

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