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46 farmers finish AGF FFS in Apayao



orty six farmer students of the Tanglagan Indigenous Cultural Community Association (TICCA) in Apayao successfully completed the CHARM2 Project Agroforestry Farmers Field School (AGF-FFS). Their achievement as they were recognized during their graduation day held at Tanglagan, Calanasan, Apayao on March 14, 2013.

The graduation bannered the theme, “Agroforestry Padur-asen Tapnu Biyag Rumang-ayen” (Developing Agroforestry for life prosperity).

The newly graduates were composed of two groups from the Bay Sur and Kilkiling. There were 28 (20 females and 8 males) graduates from the Bay Sur group and 26 (20 females and 6 males) from the Kilkiling group.

This conduct of the six-month AGF FFS was facilitated by Mr. Lee Banganan and Ms. Lilybeth Dascil of ENRO, Apayao Provincial Local Government Unit (PLGU).

The municipal mayor of Calanasan, Apayao Hon. Elias K. Bulut served as the guest speaker but represented by his vice mayor Hon. Martin Lucero Lawat. He courageously inspired the graduates to apply seriously what they have learned in agroforestry to others in the community. He pointed out that imparting and sharing their knowledge will widen the legacy of the CHARM2 Project. //Junior Tubban & Serapio Ulabu



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