RIZAL, PALAWAN — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MIMAROPA facilitated the distribution of livelihood grants amounting to P4,995,000.00 for 333 qualified program participants of the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) in the Municipalities of Rizal, Brooke’s Point, Bataraza, and Balabac, Palawan, February 15-17, 2024. The 3-day payout is made through the initiative of continue reading : DSWD MIMAROPA Distributes P4.9M Livelihood Assistance to Palaweños
TALISAY, BATANGAS–In the ever-evolving landscape of professional development, the need to enhance and adapt one’s skill set becomes a strategic necessity of the Kapit-Bisig Laban Sa Kahirapan–Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (KALAHI-CIDSS) in MIMAROPA Region for staying competitive, and relevant. The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office MIMAROPA through the continue reading : UPSCALING STAFF IN FACILITATION & MULTIMEDIA SKILLS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY IMPACT
Sa bayan ng Cajidiocan, naroroon ang isang matatag at masiglang babae na nagngangalang Exaltacion Rabino. Sa kanyang 52 taong gulang, itinatatag niya ang diwa ng tunay na paglilingkod at pagmamalasakit sa kanyang komunidad. Nagsimula ang kwento ni Gng. Exaltacion bilang isang simpleng barangay kagawad, isang babae mula sa tribu ng Mangyan. Ngunit sa paglipas ng continue reading : KALAHI-CIDSS KWENTO NG PAGBABAGO: TAAS-NOO BILANG COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER
Labis ang pagpapala sa mag-asawang Ronaldo at Evelyn Forio nang nagsimula silang magkaroon ng munting kabuhayan mula sa Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) taong 2019. Nakatira sila noon sa bahay ng ama ni Evelyn sa Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City kasama ang kanilang dalawang anak. Nagtatrabaho si Evelyn bilang saleslady sa mall na may buwanang kitang Php15,000.00 samantalang continue reading : SLP Kwentong Sibol: Ang Pag-iimpok para sa Kinabukasan
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