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Tribal Organization Supporting OSYs in Gensan Gets DOLE Assistance

General Santos City – In a bid to continue with their mission to send out-of-school youth (OSYs) to school through their scholarship program, the Tribal Development and Community Support Organization (TDCSO) is now ready to serve Generals with their new Tarpaulin, T-shirt and Sticker Printing Shop granted by DOLE XII under the DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program (DILEEP).


In the Grand opening ceremony of the Printing Shop, DOLE XII Regional Director Sisinio B. Cano, CESO IV is optimistic that the newest venture supported by the regional agency will generate income for TDCSO.


“ We hope that this project will inspire more organizations to do the same and help more stakeholders in sustaining their livelihood , DOLE will continue to support more projects to ensure that our target clienteles are catered,” RD Cano said.


TDCSO Printing shop located at their office at Door 3 Lumawag Bldg., Golden Land Subdivision, Yumang Street., Brgy. City Heights, this city was granted with one (1)unit tarpaulin printing machine  through Direct Administration in the amount of P509,600.00.


Mr. Jose Noya, TDCSO President expressed his gratitude to DOLE XII for the opportunity given to their organization and stressed that their organization will strive to keep up with their new business to help more OSYs in their education.


On the same occasion, Thirty-Seven (37) DILEEP beneficiaries also availed of the livelihood program in partnership with the Barangay Dadiangas West of General Santos City. The grant of Three Hundred Sixty-Eight Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty-Nine & 62/100. (P368,929.62) was turned over to Brgy. Captain Edgar Acharon to finance the Starter Kit Projects.


Beneficiaries have undergone pre-implementation seminar and project proposal preparation workshop conducted at the General Santos City Field Office. Among the approved projects are Peanut Vending, Dried Fish Vending, Kakanin Making, Barbeque Stand, Carenderia, Batchoy Making, Fried Tempura, Piso Net, and Sari-sari Store.


RD Cano encouraged them to make the projects sustainable and be able to generate employment in the future.  He also emphasized that the beneficiaries can avail of the enhancement if they will be able to sustain their projects. END/DLumayag





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