Upcoming Events of PhilEASNet and our Partners

 

Important Announcements as of 5 Aug 2019:

Good News from PhilEASNet!

Deadline for submission of nominations for
   2019 Outstanding Extension Practitioner Award and for
   2019 Outstanding Extension Project Award is extended to 15 August 2019.
 
Submission for 2019 OUTSTANDING RESEARCH PAPER ON EXTENSION AWARD  is now closed.
 
Reminder:
 
Guaranteed slots for stay/accomodation in Bohol Tropics Hotel is only for 200 participants and shall be upon receipt of full payment of symposium reg fee until Friday, 30 August 2019 or until slots are available.
Otherwise, please book your stay in nearby hotels/inns/etc (There are many!)
In this case, P500 will be deducted from your reg fee. Your 4 meals and 4 snacks on Oct 9-10 are still covered. 
We will announce if the 200 slots have been taken through PhilEASNet facebook and website.

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 Rationale

 The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR or FIRe) is characterized by the fusion of technologies in the physical,digital, and biological worlds,   making it fundamentally different from past revolutions that freed humans from animal power, made mass production possible, and gave   people digital capabilities. Part of this revolution are artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of Things, drones, 3D printing, 5G   wireless network, and nanotechnology. The World Economic Forum (WEF) describes these technologies as disrupting almost every   industry or sector (WEF,2018), and that includes the agriculture, fishery, forestry, and natural
 resources (AFFNR) sectors. While millions of jobs are expected to be wiped out, the 4IR also offers opportunities to produce cleaner and safer food in more efficient and precise ways that put less stress on the environment and give more options to buy inputs, sell outputs,and enhance information access.

Given these,in what ways can extension and advisory services (EAS) creatively respond to 4IR so that we can maximize and optimize opportunities and avoid pitfalls? How can EAS ensure
sustainability and inclusive rural development to ensure nobody is left behind? These questions elicit anticipation as this year's PhilEASNet Symposium engages extension professionals/academics and practitioners nationwide on expectations of the impacts of 4IR that is evolving at an exponential pace.


The symposium also presents an opportunity to collectively prepare us for these challenges and
use the strength of extension and advisory services to harness the benefits associated with this inevitable change.
Lastly, the symposium continues to provide the avenue for sharing of and learning from
good EAS practices and research.

Please download this paper for more details

 

Objectives


1. Explain the challenges and opportunities associated with 4IR on EAS in various sectprs;
2. Identify measures for capacity building and knowledge management in anticipation of the
4IR challenges and opportunities; and
3. Share innovations and initiatives of good EAS practices and research that can enrich the
EAS knowledge resource.

 

Call for Papers and Nominations

 2019 Outstanding Research Paper on Extension Award -submission now closed

2019 Outstanding Extension Project Award - extended deadline

2019 Outstanding Extension Practitioner Award - extended deadline

 

A plaque and a cash award await winners!

Deadline of submission of entries: 1 August 2019

Deadline extended to 15 August 2019

 

 

 

Symposium Details:

Symposium Fee

  • P 5,000.00 for members
  • P 5,500.00 for non-members
  • P 4,500.00 for students and senior citizens


This is inclusive of participation in the technical sessions, symposium kit and materials,
one night accommodation on 9 Oct (quadruple sharing) , and a total of four meals and four snacks
for the 2-day sessions (9 & 10 Oct).


Participants are advised to take care of their accommodation before and after 9 Oct 2019.
Guaranteed slots for 200 participants upon receipt of full payment of symposium fee until
Friday, 30 August 2019 or until slots are available.
Scan your deposit slip and email to Dr. Miriam R. Nguyen.

       Pay to :                PNB-UPLB Branch:
       Account Name:     Philippine Extension and Advisory Services Network
       Account Number:  588172500019
       Express Money Transfer Facility (e.g. Palawan Express, Cebuana Lhuillier,Western Union, etc)

       Send to: Philippine Extension and Advisory Services Network
                    c/o Dr. Miriam Nguyen
                    Mobile Nos. : 0906 350 9644 / 0919 905 8004

There is no refund for cancellation, but it is transferrable to other non-preregistered participants.
If participant cannot suddenly make it, please call/text (SMART 0999 995 1033; GLOBE 0916 616 8162)
or email phileasnet[at]yahoo.com

Walk-in participants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and depending on availability
of slots, PhilEASNet reserves the right to refuse registration of walk-in participants and those who
fail to submit proof of payment of registration fee.

REGISTRATION FORM
Download the form from the PhilEASNet website (www.phileasnet.com) or Facebook Page(PhilEASNet),
or request from: PhilEASNet - phileasnet[at]yahoo.com(cc:ecsulabo[at]yahoo.com)

GENERAL SCHEDULE

    8 Oct,     Tue           Arrival/Early registration/ingress of Exhibits
  9 Oct,   Wed   AM    Opening Program/Group Photo/Plenary Session 1
          PM   Concurrent Session 1/Business Meeting
              Fellowship Night
  10 Oct,   Thur   AM   Plenary Session 2/Best Extension Research and Project Finalists/Concurrent Sessions 2
          PM   Closing Program and Awards Ceremony/Induction of New Officers and Members/Egress of Exhibits
  11 Oct,   Fri       Departure

List of Bohol Hotels


 Please regularly visit the PhilEASNet website and Facebook Page for updates.

 

List of Paper Presenters BY THEME

 (some will not be able to attend around 10% but we don’t know who)

Logistics: Timer and Technical support to gather all paper presentation LATEST LUNCH BREAK of first day

DAY 1

 (3 hours @ 15 mins each for 10 paper presenters, max 15 mins Q and A after 5 presenters OR 30 mins Q & A after all presenters,

ROOM 1 :

Technical Session Chair:

Session Co –Chair:  

List

Name of First Author

Title of Presentation

Theme

1

Esteban, APL

An Online Portal with Decision and Prediction Support System for Crop Production

1

2

Bugayong, ID

Technology transfer from international research institutions to NARES: Approaches and Experiences of WeRise in Indonesia and the Philippines

1

3

Dizon, MB.

Knowledge Utilization of Bamboo Technologies of a Philippine Research and Development Institute

1

4

Dygico, J.

Community-Based Enterprise (CBE) Assets, Strategies, Processes and Outcomes: A Basis in the Development of an Entrepreneurship Model for Sustainable CBEs in Selected Municipalities from One Province in the Philippines.

1

5

Ruedas, MYAD.

Organic Agriculture Advocacy in Magsaysay Occidental Mindoro

1

6

Panela TLV

Community Health Literacy, Perception and Problems of Barangay Longsob, Calbayog City

1

7

Canayong, NJR

Repercussions of SUGIBALAK to the Aged People in Ramon Durano Foundation Home for the Aged

1

8

Ravelo, EC

Competencies, Organizational Commitment and Job Performance of Agricultural Extension Workers:

Implications for Human Resource Development

1

9

Evangelista, KB

Training Needs of the Selected Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Officials in the Province of Marinduque

2

10

Cabilitazan, EE

AI sa Barangay: An Extension Strategy for Smallhold Pig Farmer

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROOM  2:

Technical Session Chair:

Logistic support:

(2 themes)

1

Malabayabas, F.

CFNR Forestry Extension Initiativies: The Experience of UPLB BS Forestry Practicum Students in Selected Non-Timber Forest Products Community in Calabarzon

2

2

Gaylo,  DN.

Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Action: A Continuing Profession

2

3

Omorog CDL

The  Adoption of uVote as Voter Education Initiative to Sensitize Secondary Students Voting Experience

2

4

Dalida RML

The Role of Participatory Arts and Songs in the Promotion of Environmental Conservation and Protection in Isla Kapispisan, Aklan, Philippines

2

5

Bermudez, AP.

Farming Adaptation to Climate Change: Using Risk Awareness and Public Communication Strategies in Palayan City, Nueva Ecija

2

6

Panlaqui, CC

Programang Alay sa mga Drayber na Yamang Antabay sa Kaunlaran (PADYAK):

An Extension Program for Pedicab Drivers and Families

2

7

Abad, GD

Marching towards a Cleaner and Greener Dinalupihan

2

8

Lopez, R dV

Agricultural Camps at Western Philippines University Learning Environment-friendly Advocacy Farm: a modality to promote agriculture to high school students"

2

9

Rivera, DQ

Private Sector Provision of Extension and Advisory Services (EAS): A Case Study of Greenminds, Inc. in CDO, Philippines

2

10

Pascual, MF

HEADSTART Program 2018

3

 

 

ROOM  3:

Technical Session Chair:

Logistic support:

( 3 themes )

1

Carlos MB

Enhancing Agricultural Extension in Conflict-Vulnerable Areas in the Philippines

2

2

Gutierez, FJ

Climate Risk Vulnerability Assessment as a Decision Support Tool for Science-Based Planning in Agriculture Sector of Quezon Province

2

3

Manigbas, NL

Capacity Enhancement through Seed Multiplication and Dissemination to Farmer’s Association: the Case in Bohol

2

4

Soliva, MP

Assessment of ATI Learning Site Towards Agri-Tourism Development in Central Visayas

3

5

Corales, AM

Building of Rice-Based Enterprise: Exploring Strategies to Improve Productivity in the Upland Communities in North Cotabato

3

6

De Guzman, RB

Establishment of Community Science and Technology Based Farm on Rice Fish Farming (Palayisdaan sa Pamayanan) in the Province of Bataan

3

7

Menor, MRO

Oyster Mushroom and Food Nutrition System as Practiced by Households in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur

3

8

De Luna, MR

Developing Sustainable Organic Livelihoods: The Experience of Tublay, Benguet

4

9

Mataia, AB

Transforming Rice-Based Farming Community into Agripreneurship: The Case of Farmers’ Group in Barangay Macarse, Zaragosa, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

4

10

Tungpalan, AY

Aqua –based Food Products Development for Livelihood and Resource Sustainability in Northern  Ilocos

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 2 (2 hours @ 15 mins each, with 15 mins Q & A)

ROOM 1:

Technical Session Chair:

Logistic support:

1

Punla, Candida

BAHAY PAGBABAGO: Building A Life, Building A Home

3

 

2

Rio, MM

S.I.K.A. T Rizaleno Community Development Program: Changing Lives.. Empowering Community

3

3

Gellor, JP

An Assessment of the Impact of Numeracy Class on Basic Forest Mensuration for the Mt. Kitanglad Guard Volunteers

3

4

Santos, NB

Exceptional Extension Practices: The Case of

Technological University of the Philippines

3

5

Saniel, DMT

Service Learning in the Academe Through Community Engagement: Extension Project for Apo Macote Agrarian Reform Cooperative (AMARCO)

4

6

Cabacungan, JRP

 

 

Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University College of Arts and Sciences Micro Enterprise Community Development and Livelihood Training for Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Members

4

7

Narvaez, LM

Multi-Stakeholder Approach on Skills Training Program Implementation in Bicol Region

4

 

 

ROOM 2:

Technical Session Chair:

Logistic support

 

1

David, JEA

Determining the Cause and Effect of Low Income in Barangay Lungsob, Calbayog City

4

2

Martinez HF

Promoting Sustainable Community-based Coffee Processing Enterprise Models

4

3

Gonzales, A

Collaborative Barangay-based Development and Economic Mainstreaming

4

4

Orantes, JB

Briquettes on Fire: Forest Wastes into Fuel

4

5

Ramos, RGA

Stimulating the entrepreneurial prowess of women farmers: Building a sustainable rice-based

enterprise in Macarse, Zaragoza, Nueva Ecija

4

6

Fajardo, MTM

The Eco Bag Journey: Overcoming Issues and Challenges towards Sustainability

4

7

Dela Cerna, MCS

Influence of PPKM towards the Community Beneficiaries

4

ROOM  3:

Technical Session Chair:

Logistic support

(2 themes)

1

Lapates,J

ICT Integration in the Workplace: Its impact to the Community

5

2

Tan, L l

Ed sayaw:  A Service Learning Dance Clinic for Indigenous Tribes in the Province of Bukindnon

5

3

Casem, RH

Communication Tool used during the Coastal Hazards and Disaster by the Households in Pag-Asa, San Jose, Occidental Miondoro*

5

4

Ilagan, BJP.

Designing a Blueprint for Harmonizing Research and Extension Agenda in the Arts and Sciences

5

5

Dials –Clark, JG

Bileg, Adal, Saranay ken Ayat (BASA) Literacy Project/Activities

5

6

Cabrera, GA

The Development, Implementation and Initial Evaluation of the SMILE for HIs Extension Project: A Technical-Vocational Education Program for Individuals with Hearing Impairment."

5

7

Moralde, RR

Economic Enterprise Development for Displaced Farm Workers in Nueva Ecija

3

 

 

 

 

 

            

 
 

3 - 4 October 2018 | Heritage Hotel, Pasay City, Metro Manila
Host: PhilEASNet-MIMAROPA Chapter

Theme : Strengthening the Harmonization of the Philippine Extension
and Advisory Services for Sustainable Development

About the Symposium
Extension in the Philippines is undergoing a phenomenal expansion from its traditional application in the field of agriculture and fisheries. Recently, there is an increasing recognition of its application in the fields of environment, health, education, business and tourism, among others, traversing themes and different client systems. This expansion has dramatically involved additional players in the government and in the private sector, making the Philippine extension service (PES) more complex than ever. While there are various understandings of extension due to its different applications - and most often used with advisory services - there is also an emergence of a variety of extension approaches and methods developed to fit its expanding application in the field of development.

In this year’s symposium of PhilEASNet, the following specific points will be discussed: 1) the implication of the expanding application of extension in the increased understanding about its theory and practice; and 2) the coming up of a national extension policy that governs the expanding extension system, keeping it rather more harmonized and not losing its strategic focus in a highly fragmented extension system of the country. The key is to build a strategic alliance among diverse PES players that is centered on achieving the goals of agriculture and rural development.

September 30 to October 1, 2015
Asian Institute of Management (AIM) Makati City

THEME:  “Community Resiliency in the Agriculture, Fisheries and Natural Resources Sector Through Responsive Extension Policy”

September 30 to October 1, 2015
Asian Institute of Management (AIM) Makati City

Theme: "Innovative Extension Schemes for Entrepreneurship and Community Transformation under an ASEAN Economic Community"