AT LEAST 100 farmers from the province of Bataan recently completed the SM Foundation Kabalikat Sa Kabuhayan (KSK) for the Sustainable Agriculture Program (SAP). The 100 graduates of the 218th batch of KSK completed the training in collaboration with SM Foundation, Inc, Local Government, by Dinalupihan Bataan, Department of Agriculture, Technical Education and Skills Development (Tesda), MSWD, D’Planners Farm School, St. Isidore Learning Center, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ministry of Science and Technology, SM markets and SM supermarkets.

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“Dinalupihan is more of an agricultural and not an industrial city. The need to improve the quality of life in agriculture is part of our vision to make our city an exemplary “agropolis”, a community that focuses on agriculture, nutrition, biodiversity and the environment, “said Dinalupihan Mayor Angela” Gila “Garcia in her speech during the closing ceremonies at Bulwagan ng Bayan.KSK-SAP is a holistic training program designed to prepare farmers to be productive and effective farmer-entrepreneurs for agriculture sustainability and food security through the convergence of SM Foundation, Inc. and its partners. Graduates will receive an appropriate certificate of competency or national certification if they have achieved the required units of competency under applicable Tesda rules and regulations. Another group of farmers in Morong Bataan is currently being trained on Batch 218 AD.

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