Extension and Training

E&T COMMITMENT

The Extension & Training (E&T) department is committed to deliver E&T programs to empower communities to foster development for better quality of life among the people.

E&T GOALS

  1. Showcase R&D products
  2. Promote the transfer and utilization of technologies developed
  3. Upscale developed technologies to produce significant impact to communities
  4. Continuously support quality instruction
  5. Implement development program/projects in partnership with stakeholders outside the university
  6. Provide assistance for empowering the poor majority

E&T OBJECTIVES

  1. To package and transfer knowledge and technologies responsive to the needs of target communities.
  2. To intensify monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment of extension programs/activities conducted for technical advisory and strategic planning.
  3. To intensify linkages and networking with other institutions at the local, regional, national and international levels.
  4. To increase the capacitate extension and training human resources.

BANNER PROGRAMS

Health and Wellness Program
Adopt a Barangay Project

  • Herbal and Home remedies project
  • Health and Nutrition Education campaign
  • Disease prevention Information campaign

Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resources Conservation
Adopt a Barangay Project

  • Development of Organic based Farming System Project
  • Sustainable Development of the Ifugao Rice Terraces
  • Raising Productivity and Enhancing the Legacy of Heirloom Traditional Rice through Empowering Communities in Unfavorable Rice-based Ecosystem.

Gender and Development

  • Community organizing
  • Development of livelihood projects
  • Seminars on gender issues

Good Governance , Peace & Order

  • Moral recovery programs
  • Leadership trainings to Barangay Officials

Industrial & Information Technology
Adopt a Barangay Project

  • Training on food processing (baking, root crops, native delicacies, fruits and meat).
  • Dressmaking and cosmetology
  • Building construction skills development project

Youth Empowerment
Adopt a School Project

  • Leadership training
  • Moral values Advocacy programs
  • Health and Sanitation

Organizational Linkages for Resource Sharing

  • International Agencies (Government and Non-Government agencies)
  • National Agencies, regional and local institutions ( Government and Non-Government Organizations)

“BADDANGAN”

The “BADDANGAN” program solidifies the E & T department’s function as the social arm of the University by reaching out and touching lives of the less fortunate, the impaired, the vulnerable, and the disadvantaged members of the society.
All volunteer efforts, giving commitments and charitable endeavors of the E & T department and the extension coordinators are aligned under this programs:

  • Medical Mission
  • Dental mission
  • Gift giving or sharing of blessings
  • Feeding activities for children
  • Care for the senior citizens
  • Other humanitarian and charitable activities

EXTENSION ACTIVITIES

Technology transfer on the management of giant earthworms in the rice terraces

Extension Dragon Fruit Project, Lamut, Ifugao

Vermiwash Composting Project & Heirloom Rice

E&T Medical Mission at  Halog, Lamut, Ifugao

Meat Processing at Lawig, Lamut, Ifugao

Extension Coordinators/Chairpersons quarterly meeting

Pamaskong Handog at Ducligan Elementary School, Banaue, Ifugao

 

Baddangan: Gift Giving on 2018’s Love Month

PARTNERS/LINKAGES

Name of InstitutionProgram/Project/Identity
1. Commission on Higher Education (CHED)Climate Change Project, Funding & partner in Implementing collaboration projects
2. Japan International Cooperation Authority (JICA)Ifugao Satoyama Meister Training Program
3. Kanazawa University, JapanIfugao Satoyama Meister Training Program
4. University of the Philippines Open University (UPOU)Ifugao Satoyama Meister Training Program partner agency in the implementation
5. MLGU-MayoyaoIfugao Satoyama Meister Training Program
6. MLGU-KianganIfugao Satoyama Meister Training Program
7.International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)Heirloom Rice Project
8. Philippine Rice Research InstituteHeirloom Rice Project, Partner in implementing collaboration projects
9. Department of Agriculture CARHeirloom Rice Project
10. Prov’l Agriculture Environment & Natural Resources Office (PAENRO)Heirloom Rice Project
11. MLGU-BanaueHeirloom Rice Project, Ifugao Satoyama Meister Training Program
12. MLGU– HungduanHeirloom Rice Project, Ifugao Satoyama Meister Training Program
13. DA-CARCoffee Seeding Production
14. DepEdInstruction & Extension
15. Philippine Council For Agriculture, Fisheries & Natural Resources Research & Development (PCARRD)Establishment & implementation of the farmers information & technology services in the 9 municipalities in Ifugao
16. Philippine Association of Extension Programs Implementers, Inc. (PAEPI)Partner agency in HRD for effective extension services
17. Nueva Vizcaya State UniversityPartner agency in HRD for effective extension services delivery
18. Philippine Extension Network (PEN)Partner agency in HRD for effective extension services
19. Development Academy of the PhilippinesPartner agency in HRD for effective extension services
20. PASUCPartner agency in HRD for effective extension services
21. Dep’t of Agrarian Reform (DAR)Funding & partner in implementing collaboration projects
22. Nat’l Commission on Culture & the ArtsPartner in implementing collaboration projects
23. Dep’t of Science & TechnologyPartner in implementing collaboration projects
24. DA– Bureau of Agricultural Research (DA-BAR)Partner in implementing collaboration projects
25. DA– Agricultural InstituteSharing Of Resources, Such as IEC materials
26. Highland Agriculture & Natural Resources Research & Development Consortium , BSU La Trinidad, BenguetEstablishment & implementation of the farmers Information & Technology Services in the 9 municipalities of Ifugao
27. Office of the Municipal Agriculturist (OMAG), Hingyon, IfugaoTransfer & dissemination of technologies, technical assistance & other services
28. Office of the Municipal Agriculturist (OMAG), Kiangan, IfugaoTransfer & dissemination of technologies, technical assistance & other services
32. Office of the Municipal Agriculturist (OMAG), Lamut, IfugaoTransfer & dissemination of technologies, technical assistance to: Minus-One Element Technology (MOET)
33. BLGU– Pieza, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a Barangay Project
34. Office of the Municipal Agriculturist (OMAG), Mayoyao, IfugaoTechno-demo project on cold tolerant rice varieties
35. DSWD– Lagawe, IfugaoLiteracy Program
36. TESDA– Lagawe, IfugaoConduct of different skills training &/or trainers training
37. Nayon Women's OrganizationPig dispersal project & other livelihood projects
38. BLGU– Salamague, Lamut, IfugaoEstablishment of extension services in different areas
39. BLGU– Pindongan, Kiangan, IfugaoAdopt a barangay project & adopt a school project
40. BLGU– Ibayong, Banaue, IfugaoAdopt a barangay project & adopt a school project
41. BLGU– Payawan, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a barangay project & adopt a school project
42.BLGU– Bimpal, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a barangay project
43.BLGU– Bolog, Kiangan, IfugaoNon-formal education project on food preparation
44. Haliap National High School, Asipulo, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
45. Bahag National High School, Asipulo, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
46. Lawig National High School, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
47. Kiangan National High School, Kiangan, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
48. Ifugao Provincial Science High schoolAdopt a School Project activities
49. Hapid National High School, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
50. Gohang National High School, Banaue, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
51. Dunuan Elementary School, Payawan, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
52. Salamague Elementary School, Salamague,Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
52. Nayon Elementary School, Nayon, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
53. Sanafe Elementary School, Sanafe, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
54. Dilan Early Childhood Care , Payawan, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
55. Mongilit Ligmayo National High School, Ambasa, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
56. Lawig National High School Extension, Panopdopan, Lamut, fugaoAdopt a School Project activities
57. BLGU– Ambasa, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
58.BLGU- Panopdopan, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
59. BLGU- Umilag, Lamut, IfugaoAdopt a School Project activities
60. DA-ATI (Regional Office), BSU, LA Trinidad, BenguetSharing of resources, such as IEC materials
61. DA_ATI (Provincial Office) Lamut, Ifugao Sharing of resources, such as IEC materials

GENERAL GUIDELINES IN THE CONDUCT OF EXTENSION SERVICES

  1. MOA– To formally carry out the extension program of IFSU with its Clienteles, a Memorandum of Agreement( MOA) covering the terms and conditions as well as responsibilities of both parties shall be crafted and duly signed by parties involved.
  2. In order for the E&T department to undertake the various programs and projects responsibly and effectively, the following should be considered:

Needs Assessment — benchmark survey of the problems, needs and resources of the community.

Planning — the administrators, faculty members, students and other stakeholders shall e involved in the identification, planning    and implementation of extension programs and activities that will address the assessed needs of the community.

Implementation — extension coordinators and other faculty members, as well as students from the university colleges and campuses should SPEARHEAD/ INITIATE the conduct of extension programs/projects/ activities by transferring technology, knowledge or new information dissemination to the target clientele.

Monitoring and Evaluation— periodic monitoring and evaluation of extension activities will be conducted to provide feedback on the program. Results shall be disseminated and discussed with the clientele and re-planning of activities shall be based on feedbacks to improve the delivery of extension services.

Impact Assessment— an impact study should be conducted to determine the significance of the extension program projects.

  1. Integration of all-Extension Projects— Colleges are to package their extension endeavors/ activities into an EXTENSION PROGRAM with a title, under which are several projects and under the projects are several activities.
  2. Each extension activity should be fully documented ( i.e. from needs assessment activity up to the evaluation stage .

 

EXTENSION & TRAINING STAFF

Eva Marie C. Dugyon, PhD…..…….……..Director

Froilyn G. Mutal………………………………School Farm Demonstrator

Jesse B. Calatan……………………………….Farm Worker

Pedro Y. Anablon………………………..…..Administrative Aide IV

Jay-ar D. Santos…………………….……..…Administrative  Aide IV

Jesa B. Alexander……………………..…….Administrative Aide IV

Ben Madiwo…………………………..…….…Administrative Aide I

Department of Extension & Training
1st floor, RDET building
IFSU Main Campus

 

 

EXTENSION & TRAINING DEPARTMENT

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