WV Workers’ Groups Undergo Program Dev’t Trainings

The Regional Office empowers the labor groups through continuous conduct of trainings and seminars on various topics geared towards the development of their organization. In its pursuit to strengthen and empower the workers’ organizations as strong partners for the country’s development, DOLE RO No. 6 through its field offices continuously conducts various leadership and skills continue reading : WV Workers’ Groups Undergo Program Dev’t Trainings

Good News Story: Php 2.3M Rice Assistance Benefits Flood-Affected Sugarcane Workers

DOLE RO6- NOFO staff and representatives from partner local government unit conduct a thorough verification on the list of beneficiaries prior to the release of the rice assistance.   A total of 1,840 sacks of well milled rice amounting to Php2,300,000 were benefited by the same number of sugarcane field workers affected by flood in continue reading : Good News Story: Php 2.3M Rice Assistance Benefits Flood-Affected Sugarcane Workers

Parolees, Probationers Receive DOLE Livelihood Grant

Senior Labor Employment Officer Elmer Gimay (center) with representatives from San Carlos City Government and PPA turn-over the livelihood inputs to the beneficiaries. The Department of Labor and Employment Regional Office 6 through its Negros Occidental Field Office (DOLE RO 6-NOFO) turned-over different livelihood assistance to parolees and probationers of the first district of Negros continue reading : Parolees, Probationers Receive DOLE Livelihood Grant

Good News Story: DOLE-assisted livelihood project kicks off in ELCAC priority area

Member-beneficiaries and local farmers (left) flock the newly-opened Rice and Farm Inputs Retailing Project that offers a lot of farm needs.   The 58 member-beneficiaries of the Manampunay Farmers Association and the local residents are now enjoying the benefits of the Php500, 328 DOLE-assisted Rice and Farm Inputs Retailing Project at Brgy. Manampunay, Leon, Iloilo continue reading : Good News Story: DOLE-assisted livelihood project kicks off in ELCAC priority area