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Special Livelihood Office (SLO)

Activities

LATEST NEWS

SLO conducts livelihood trainings for CCWD

For purposes of providing livelihood options and opportunities, the management of Calamba City Water District (CCWD), through Mrs. Lina Samiano, organized livelihood training programs to spouses of existing personnel as well as for soon to be retired employees. This is to recognize the exemplary dedication to work of said employees that contributed to the very satisfactory performance that the office has rendered and continues to deliver.

In demand programs of SLO

Two of the Special Livelihood Office’s (SLO) most requested livelihood programs by local government units (LGU), Samahang Kababaihan (STK) and other cause-oriented groups nowadays are the paper beads jewelry making and doormat/pot holder making.

ALS students and STK members undergo livelihood training

On 07 July 2017, Alternative Learning System (ALS) students of Central Elementary School of Siniloan (CESS) and members of the Serbisyong Tama Kababaihan (STK) of Victoria, Laguna underwent livelihood training programs conducted by the Special Livelihood Office (SLO) headed by Mrs. Teresa Nieva B. Reodica.

SLO conducts orientation meeting with LGUs

Making sure that sustainability of providing appropriate livelihood programs reaches most if not all barangays in the province of Laguna, Mrs. Teresa Nieva B. Reodica, current Head of the Special Livelihood Office (SLO), established links with local government units (LGUs) by coordinating withAssociation of Barangay Captain (ABC) President and Ex-Officio Board Member Lorenzo B. Zuñiga Jr.for her to be allowed to attend ABC’s regular meeting.

SLO undergoes Trainers’ Training Program

The Special Livelihood Office (SLO) always opens its door and adopts additional livelihood programs as part of its continuing personal and skills development program. This scheme has been prearranged as one livelihood optionnot just for the benefit of theunit but for the people of Laguna the office is serving.

SLO conducts simultaneous livelihood training programs

The Special Livelihood Office (SLO) headed by Mrs. Teresa Nieva B. Reodica simultaneously conducted two livelihood training programs on 23 June 2017 at 8:00 AM onwards, one in Brgy. Tranca, Bay, Laguna and another one at Central Elementary School (CES) in Siniloan, Laguna.

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