Southern Leyte

Value for Money, Shopping for Health

Inspired by an extension activity designed to curb obesity implemented by the Cornell University Cooperative Extension (CUCE) in New York City, ATI-RTC 8 implemented a similar activity under its Organic Agriculture (OA) program to educate mothers on the value of money with the food they prepared. The activity, which took place in Calag-itan, Hinunangan, Southern Leyte on March 23, 2015 was dubbed "Value for Money: Shopping for Health".

Value for Money: Shopping for Health

Here’s the challenge, to promote organic products in an innovative yet effective way!

The activity is very simple but it feels different. It’s because this is my first time to handle this kind of activity that is very unique from the typical activity we are doing in ATI. Though the objective is the same, to gather 50 mother-consumers, involve them in a half-day discussion-demonstration about food nutrition and safety at the same time appreciate organic products.

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