PRLEC launches 'Project UNO' in Medina town

MEDINA, Misamis Oriental, May 26--In keeping with Executive Order (EO) 70 or the whole-of-nation approach, the Poverty Reduction, Livelihood and Employment Cluster (PRLEC) led by Technical Education Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has launched a livelihood training program titled "Project UNO" (Unleashing New Opportunities thru Skills Training) for the beneficiaries in Barangay San Jose, Medina, Misamis Oriental on Tuesday, May 25.

TESDA-Misamis Oriental through Cagayan de Oro (Bugo) School of Arts and Trades (COBSAT) spearheaded the livelihood training program for some 30 women-beneficiaries.

Meanwhile, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)- Misamis Oriental Provincial Office represented by Ronald Legaspi facilitated the entrepreneurship training to enhance the participants' entrepreneurial skills.  

TESDA-10 Regional Director Ashary A. Banto expressed his gratitude for the participation and support of the people in San Jose.

"Ang mga training pareha ani gi provide sa TESDA usa pud kini nga tabang sa gobyerno para ma reduce ang kapobrehon sa atong nasod. Mao nga, swerte mo kay tinuod, bisan asa padulong ang TESDA kay sa TESDA, ABOT LAHAT," he added.

(Training like this which are provided by TESDA is one program form the government to reduce poverty in our country. This is why, you are lucky because the truth is TESDA can reach anywhere because in TESDA, all is reached.)

Meanwhile, TESDA Provincial Director Marigold Cherie R. Garrido said: "Lain lain nga agency apan isa ra ang tumong, ang maka tabang sa inyoha."

(There are different agencies involved but there is only one goal, to help you.)

The PRLEC aims to develop self-reliant, resilient, and sustainable communities through harmonized and culturally responsive development programs.

Despite the COVID-19 Pandemic, TESDA continues to persist in its will to help people. These trying times are the best time to provide opportunities. (TESDA Misamis Oriental)



Source: Philippines Information Agency (pia.gov.ph)

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