DoST Grants P1.15-M Assistance

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DoST Grants P1.15-M Assistance


TABUK, Kalinga, Philippines - Quality of products produced here is becoming competitive in the market after the Department of Science and Technology (DoST) continuously poured in assistance in the amount of P1.15 million for several enterprises to procure new equipment and improve product labeling.The assistance is part of the advocacy of the Regional Development Council (RDC) in the Cordillera to enhance quality product labeling in the different parts of the region in order to establish their respective product identities in preparation for the attainment of an autonomous status in the future so that people will be able to be capacitated to be self-reliant.DoST Provincial Officer Alfonso Berto said that three micro-enterprises were recently given zero-interest loan assistance to procure equipment that will accelerate their production, improve packaging and product label in order to keep public patronage.He said the Salidummay Woven Products owned and managed by Virginia Buliyat was granted P100,000 to procure sewing machine, loom and display cabinet. (Dexter See)BAGAC YOUTH WINS S.K. POSTBAGAC, Bataan, Philippines - The young son of the incumbent mayor in this coastal town won as Sangguniang Kabataan Federated president, giving him the title of Ex-Officio member of the Provincial Board of Bataan.Louise Gabriel del Rosario, 16, son of Mayor Ramil del Rosario here, ran and won unopposed as Federated SK president, making him the first-ever member of the Provincial Board coming from this small town.The young del Rosario, now 4th year high school student of the Bataan Christian College, took his oath before Bataan Gov. Tet Garcia that was witnessed by local newsmen and Department of the Interior and Local Government officials of Bataan. …

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