Philippine’s Response to Indigeneous and Muslim Education (PRIME), Muslim and Christian Cooperative (MUSCRIS) and Glan-Padidu National High School (GPNHS) join in establishing the “Patahian Sa Barangay.”
With the grant of P150, 000.00 from Austalian Aid, “Patahian sa Barangay” starts in October 2013 with net income of P5,992.00 from services and rent of five (5) sewing machines.
Parents and Students are sewing dresses such as school uniforms, graduation gowns, and wedding sets. “Patahian sa Barangay” accepts repair of clothings, sewing of casual dresses, Muslim wears & apparels and embroidery.
PRIME Project Lead Reviewer Kay Baysout, together with her are the Education Supervisors Region XII and Sarangani Division, graces the program on April 2014 at Glan-Padidu, Glan, Sarangani Province.
At the center wearing in blue long sleeves) Lead Reviewer Kay Baysout poses with project implementor Hon. Rusial Mashod (wearing Muslim attire).
Part of the partnership in PRIME is the interview of Barangay Officials and Parents. The members of reviewing team ask on the sustainability of the project, progress report and needs analysis.
(From the right wearing red polo shirt) Mrs. Frunnie R. Castillo, Glan-Padidu NHS Principal, answers to the queries of Mr. Regan Degadas on community involvement and roles of the school in sustaining the project.
“Programs and projects are worked effectively for future support and will call similar approaches” Baysout said during the open forum.
PRIME Project is collaboratively implemented with these personnel: Ms. Salome Baysout (Assistant Reviewer), Mr. Kit Atienza (Aus Aid DFAT), Mr. Rey Macalindong (PRIME Program Director), from Division of Sarangani Isagani S. Dela Cruz (Schools Division Superintendent), Mr. Jun Abid (Planning Officer), Mrs. Bedaria T. Musa (ALIVE Coordinator), Mr. Leonardo Eugenio (Accountant), Mr. Benjamin Apiado (Monitoring and Evaluation In-charge), Mrs. Laforeza Maguate(M&E) and Mrs. Rebecca Gregorio (M&E).
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