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DOLE 3 livelihood beneficiaries attend SLF capacity building training

Participants in the SLF capacity building training together with Technical Support and Services Division for Employment and Welfare head Alejandro Inza Cruz (seated 6th from the L) together with DOLE Provincial Field Office Heads Leilani Reynoso, Au Laxamana, and Reynante Lugtu and other DOLE 3 staff.

Clark, Pampanga Some 27 individuals chosen by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Regional Office No. III were assisted through a 3-day capacity building training on November 18-20, 2019 at Royce Hotel, Clark Freeport Zone. The participants of the said training were beneficiaries of demonstration projects enrolled under the DOLE Sustainable Livelihood Framework (SLF).

Technical Support and Services Division for Employment and Welfare head Alejandro Inza Cruz reported to Regional Director Ma. Zenaida Angara-Campita that the participants were from 14 group beneficiaries of DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program or Kabuhayan Program. In his brief message, Inza Cruz mentioned that these activities are being conducted to see and monitor the improvement and upgrade each group has accomplished. “It is part of the 5-year program that you as our beneficiaries are to be given capacity building trainings from third party trainers and consultants. Aside from those conducted by DOLE, these activities aim to provide you information on key functions of management, basic business operations, and marketing, as well as gain inputs from our partner agencies, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA),” Inza Cruz added.

Resource speakers during the said training were Dr. Jean Paolo G. Lacap from City College of Angeles City, Glicel Grace Tiamzon from DTI Pampanga, and Edwin Salas of TESDA Pampanga. Respective DOLE 3 provincial field office heads and their focals were also present throughout the activity to provide assistance and essential inputs on the program implementation at the grass root level.

Angara-Campita in an interview expressed her gratitude to partner agencies and beneficiaries who work to sustain the livelihood provided to them. “DOLE is in convergence with other government agencies to further improve program implementation mechanisms and deliver each of their livelihood programs more effectively to their target beneficiaries. I am in high hopes that eventually, this granted livelihood could provide employment not only to their own members but also to their communities” Angara-Campita mentioned.

END/ A. Cunanan

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