WANTING to make Bohol a foodsecured province, Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol has introduced the KSK Farmers’ Training Program, a season-long dual-tech initiative aimed at making farmers self-reliant on food and empowering them to become entrepreneurs.

This developed during the launch of the Kabalikat sa Kabuhayan (KSK) Farmers’ Training Program, and Bohol Fish Market and TienDA, at the Bohol Agriculture Center, in Tagbilaran City, on August 16 and 17, where the Department of Agriculture partnered with the SM Foundation.

Piñol also stressed the importance of food-security initiative by the local leaders and the local government units, in collaboration with the national government and private organizations.