Agri Info Officers Trained on Agri Storytelling on Social MediaNovember 2, 2017
DA Regional Field Office III information officers, technical staff, and other constituents of government agencies learned about maximizing engagement through Facebook and Twitter, crafting social media posts, the social media plan, infographics, and using Facebook for advocacy in the field of agriculture and biotechnology during the training Storytelling Agri-Innovations through Social Media held on October 28, 2017 at Hotel Stotsenberg, Clark, Pampanga.
The training involved hands-on exercises on developing social media plans, and crafting and posting messages on social media pages and accounts, and equipped participants with skills in optimizing social media engagement, particularly for agri-biotech and related topics. ISAAA social media managers Ms. Clement Dionglay and Ms. Kristine Grace Tome served as resource persons.
The activity was organized by ISAAA, SEARCA BIC, DA-Biotech Program, and DA Regional Field Office III. For more updates on biotech in the Philippines, visit SEARCA BIC website.
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