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Aside from the Trade Fair Competition, Special Livelihood Office (SLO) has also the privilege of hosting the Artisans Demo during the forthcoming 2017 Anilag Festival. This activity will be held on 07 March 2017 at the Time Plaza, Capitol Compound, Sta. Cruz, Laguna, on the second day of the festival. It is centred on showcasing and promoting the unique skills, characteristics of Lagunense in the field of carving.
The much awaited Anilag Festival, a celebration centred mainly on the harvest of each locality in the Province of Laguna will be held on March 6 to 11, 2017 with a lot of exciting activities and performances at hand.
On February 7, 2017 (Tuesday),Special Livelihood Office (SLO)training staff conducted doormat making and paper beads makingat the Philippine National Police (PNP) station in the town of Magdalena, Laguna. The training is in line with the reformation program of the Local PNP Unit led by Police Sr. Inspector Edgar M. Sumadsad, Officer-in-Charge of the Station through the coordination of Police Officer II Katherine Gaspar. The program aims to reform the lives of the inmates, to improve their image, regain their self-esteem, dignity and get involved in livelihood empowerment against poverty.
On top of the main functions of the Special Livelihood Office (SLO) is the free Body Massage program for residents prospective barangays. This SLO sponsored service is being provided through the Serbisyong Tama Caravan (STC) in different remote areas of the province. Facilitation of needed requirements for the said program has been initiated by our group in coordination with the Human Resource Management Office and Provincial Budget Office.
Senior high school (SHS) students of Magdalena National High School (MNHS) were the first recipients of the Special Livelihood Office’s (SLO) livelihood training program on January 23, 2017. Four different programs were simultaneously taught in separate rooms of the said school.
On January 23, 2017, Monday, the Special Livelihood Office (SLO) hosted the weekly flag raising ceremony of the Provincial Government of Laguna (PGL).