Issue of December 2, 2018

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DOST assists 9 villages in MP
by Juliet B. Saley / PIA

BONTOC, Mountain Province – The Department of Science and Technology-Cordillera provided assistance to nine community-based projects in the province.

Provincial Science and Technology Center data showed DOST has approved this year P2,833,5458 worth of assistance to nine community-based projects.

The amount appropriated to each project was used for the acquisition/fabrication of equipment/machines based on the identified needs of the project to help increase productivity, improve product quality, and strengthen product market competitiveness.

The projects include the enhancement of solid waste management of Bontoc local government unit (LGU)-phase II and the Sagada LGU and establishment of metal fabrication livelihood project at the Mountain Province District Jail.

Three projects are in Bauko, namely improving the productivity and marketability of banana products of the Mayag Women for Development Association in barangay Mayag; enhancement of roasted chicken production of the Care Group Organization in barangay Mabaay; and the upgrading of soybean products production center and provision of laboratory analysis, packaging, and labeling of the Otucan Sur People’s Organization, Inc. Pey-asen Farmers Group.

In Besao, the community-based sugar cane production and processing of the Maliten Small Scale Mining Association, Inc. in barangay Laylaya and the enhancement of community-based muscovado processing of the Gueday Refo Association, Inc. in Barangay Gueday. 

Another project is the enhancement of muscovado processing of Guesang Farmers Organization, Inc. in Barangay Bangaan in Sagada.  

For the successful implementation of the project, a memorandum of agreement was signed between the LGUs, the DOST, and the organization/association beneficiaries represented by their president.

The LGUs assist the DOST through the Provincial Science and Technology Center in monitoring the project to ensure that the purpose of the project is attained.

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