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DOLE-X Mis. Occ. celebrates the 123rd Independence Day with livelihood turnover to parents of child

OROQUIETA CITY, Misamis Occidental --- The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE-X) through its Misamis Occidental Provincial Field Office (Mis. Occ. PFO) celebrates the 123rd Independence Day Trabaho Negosyo Kabuhayan, Online Job and Business Fair with the theme, “Diwa ng Kalayaan sa Pagkakaisa at Paghilom ng Bayan”.

 

In line with the said celebration, DOLE-X Mis. Occ. PFO invites the new graduates, unemployed, retrenched workers, skilled and unskilled, displaced workers, returning OFWs and those who are seeking professional advancement to grab the opportunity of formal employment offered in an online job fair in partnership with mynimo.com job-search portal.

 

Mis. Occ. PFO reported seven companies posting 37 local job vacancies and topping the list are: lending collector (10); financing secretary (8); driver (3); laborer (3); plant assistant supervisor (2); and mechanic under chasis (2), among others.

 

Moreover, DOLE-X Mis Occ. PFO Chief Leonardo G. Rodrigo said a livelihood turnover for the workers in the informal sector specifically the parents of child laborers will be on 11 June 2021 at PFO’s office. The release is under the DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program (DILEEP), one of the government’s programs to reduce poverty through livelihood opportunity to vulnerable, unemployed, underemployed, and displaced workers, and survivors of calamities.

 

On this note, a total of 20 Tuburan parents of child laborers are to receive their individual Rice Trading livelihood starter kits worth PhP 10,000.00 each or a total of PhP 200,000.00. Also, the 30 beneficiaries of Buracan Association of parents of child laborers will receive PhP 250,000.00 worth of Mini Grocery livelihood project.

 

Rodrigo explained that as part of DOLE’s commitment to quality service is to rehabilitate communities, encourage and train the people to build sustainable community-based enterprises through the efficient use of locally available resources and raw materials that can benefit the people of the community. In the end, DOLE aims to deliver its programs to boosts productivity and cater the demands and expectations of the greater public.

 

End/Lorraine M. Roa/DOLE-X Mis. Occ PFO

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2021-06-09
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