557 Out-of-School Youth sa Tarlac, tumanggap ng tulong pangkabuhayan mula sa DOLE

  • March 18, 2017
  • Trixie Joy B. Manalili

LUNGSOD NG TARLAC, Marso 18 (PIA) -- May 557 mga out-of-school youth sa lalawigan ng Tarlac ang nakinabang sa 799,000 pisong halaga ng tulong pangkabuhayan mula sa Department of Labor and Employment o DOLE.


Ang bawat benepisyaryo ay nakatanggap ng start-up kit para sa kani-kanilang mga negosyo sa ilalim ng Project HOPE o Hone Out-of-school youth to be Productive and Empowered.


Kabilang na riyan ang mga kit para sa dressmaking, massage therapy, shielded metal arc welding, automotive wiring harness assembly, automotive service, at electronic product assembly and servicing.


Pati na electrical installation and maintenance, computer system servicing, refrigeration and air condition servicing, at construction services.


Sa isang mensahe, sinabi ni DOLE Regional Director Ana Dione na ang pondo para sa nasabing ayuda ay nagmula sa DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program.


Aniya, ang Project HOPE ay isang scholarship program na sinimulan ng Eduardo Cojuangco Foundation Inc. sa pakikipagtulungan sa Department of Education, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, La Salle Greenhills, pamahalaang panlalawigan ng Tarlac, at DOLE.


Inilunsad noong 2015, layunin ng Project HOPE na sanayin at bigyang trabaho ang may limang libong out-of-school youth sa Tarlac. (CLJD/TJBM-PIA 3)


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