ATI 2 all set for 2024 Operations after the Annual Review, Commitment Signing

Thu, 02/01/2024 - 15:05



Through the series of planning workshops and consultation meetings with the pillars of extension, the WFP FY 2024 was finalized and signed by Dir. Remelyn R. Recoter, MNSA, CESO III, and Deputy Director Antonietta J. Arceo, together with Center 02 Director Imelda M. Guillermo, and ACD Claris M. Alaska and company during the 2-day 2023 Annual Performance Review and 2024 Commitment Signing at RDEC, ATI- Central Office.

A pivotal moment during the event was the Commitment Signing of the FY 2024 Work and Financial Plans (WFPs), symbolizing a collective dedication to achieving the Institute's goals. This commitment becomes a beacon guiding ATI's path in the year ahead, reinforcing its pivotal role in agricultural education and empowerment.

Updates on ATI's thrusts and directions for FY 2024 and beyond were discussed during the 2-day event, ensuring alignment with the dynamic landscape of agriculture. The event served as a forum for participants to assess ATI's FY 2023 physical and financial performance, providing valuable insights for informed decision-making. Also, a deeper understanding of ATI's FY 2024 budget, grounded in the General Appropriations Act was shared, offering a clear financial framework for upcoming initiatives.

As 2023 comes to an end with great success, the Agricultural Training Institute Regional Training Center 2, looks back on a time of perseverance achievement, and teamwork in the face of challenges faced by the agriculture and fishing industries.  Significant achievements have resulted from the Institute's unwavering commitment to its public service mission, opening the door for an exciting and ambitious agenda in 2024.

To meet the various needs of its clientele in the region as a whole, the ATI-RTC 02, a shining example of advancement in agricultural education and empowerment, has undergone significant program and activity upgrades and modifications.

These successes have been made possible by the joint efforts and partnerships from numerous partners, affiliated organizations, and strong links with the public and private sectors. This shared dedication has opened the door for fruitful initiatives and endeavors, enhancing the capacity and empowerment of rural communities.

Stay tuned for the exciting developments as ATI continues to be a driving force in shaping the future of agriculture and rural communities in the year ahead!