25 fin­ish com­mu­nity techvoc train­ing

Sun.Star Davao - - SOUTHERN -

IS­LAND Gar­den City of Sa­mal -- A to­tal of 25 grad­u­ates from Sa­mal Is­land re­ceived the Com­mu­nity Based Tech­ni­cal and Vo­ca­tional Train­ing last De­cem­ber 4, 2017 at Sa­mal Cul­tural Gym­na­sium, Barangay Peñaplata.

Dur­ing the grad­u­a­tion, tool kits were dis­trib­uted to those who com­pleted the Mo­tor­cy­cle and Small En­gine Ser­vic­ing NCII.

The grad­u­ates were among the ben­e­fi­cia­ries of De­part­ment of So­cial Wel­fare and De­vel­op­ment (DSWD)'s Sus­tain­able Liveli­hood Pro­gram (SLP), which pro­vides 4Ps (Pantawid Pam­ilyang Pilipino Pro­gram) ben­e­fi­cia­ries free ed­u­ca­tion on skills and prac­ti­cal tech­nol­ogy vo­ca­tional train­ings.

“The train­ing was from Septem­ber 5, 2017 to Oc­to­ber 9, 2017. It was held from Mon­days to Satur­days at Free­dom Park Peñaplata. The ser­vice provider of this train­ing is the South­east­ern Min­danao In­sti­tute of Tech­nol­ogy, Inc. Davao City how­ever it’s the DSWD who al­lot­ted bud­get for it," said Jenny Mae Ban­dola DSWD Project De­vel­op­ment Of­fi­cer II for SLP.

The SLP is a com­mu­nity-based ca­pac­ity-build­ing pro­gram aimed at im­prov­ing the so­cio-eco­nomic sta­tus of its par­tic­i­pants. The pro­gram was de­rived from the Sus­tain­able Liveli­hood Ap­proach (SLA). It was cre­ated through adopt­ing key prin­ci­ples, struc­tures, and pro­cesses from SLA and tailor­ing them to fit the set­ting of com­mu­ni­ties in the Philip­pines. Karousel V. Equia/ Sa­mal Info

Rochlem Con­cep­cion/Sa­mal Info

PASSED WITH FLY­ING COL­ORS. Sa­mal City Mayor Al David T. Uy con­grat­u­lates one of the grad­u­ates of the Mo­tor­cy­cle and Small En­gine Ser­vic­ing NCII to­gether with Vice Mayor Orly Amit (third to left) and mem­bers of 7th City Coun­cil, Richard Guin­dol­man (4th from left) and Abe­lardo Colmenares (right).

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