Around 50 Bangsamoro Scholars who came from the sectors of out-of-school youth, IDPs, cooperatives, asatidz, Toril learners, single parents and other members of vulnerable sectors from Lanao del Sur and Marawi City successfully completed the 2021 Bangsamoro Scholarship Program for Technical Vocational Education Training on Dressmaking and Bread and Pastry.
The scholarship was implemented through a partnership between the Office of MP Diamila Disimban-Ramos and the MBHTE-TESD Lanao del Sur.
The skills training, which commenced on November 08, 2021 has benefitted 25 scholars for the Dressmaking course which ran for 38 days and 25 scholars for the Bread and Pastry course which ran for 21 days.
The scholars learned through blended learning using modules and face-to-face classes for the actual training as well as Values Transformation Training facilitated by the Bangsamoro Development Agency.
In her welcome address, MP Ramos extended her warm felicitations to the scholars.
“To our graduates, may this BSPTVET programs that you have undergone, capacitate and equip you with the necessary skills and hone your talents to become competitive and productive Bangsamoro skill-oriented learners and professionals. May it serve as an inspiration and opportunity as you strive to grow and develop your livelihood,” she said.
Guest Speaker MBHTE Minister Mohagher Iqbal, through his representative Dayang Akirah Sansarona, extended his well wishes to the graduates.
” You should be proud of yourselves for achieving this milestone since this is the beginning of a career path that will help you grow professionally, support your family and contribute to our society’s progress,” Iqbal said in his speech. your lives.)
On the part of the trainees, Nashrima Alimoden shared her experience during the training as she thanked the Office of MP Diamila Disimban-Ramos, MBHTE-TESD Lanao del Sur, Everly Sisters Multi-Skills and Learning Center, Datu Daud Learning Center and other partner-institutions for the learning and livelihood opportunity extended to them.
“This program is a great help for us because it can help us in augmenting our livelihood,” she said.