CTU Main College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) held a seminar-workshop on research-based community extension projects oriented to the sustainable development goals (SDGs) on January 7, 2020.
“The entry point of ESD is extension,”said CAS Dean Lynette Matea Camello who highlighted the integration of SDGs in the community extension projects.
The United Nations (UN) has 17 SDGs all hoped to be achieved by 2030. They concern pressing issues in the world today such as inequality, poverty, climate change and more.
University Extension Services Director Jorelyn Concepcion also had inputs on community organizing, monitoring and evaluation prior to proposal making.
Outputs among CAS faculty were assessed by Dr. Concepcion for improvement to qualify for a General Appropriation Act (GAA) funding./Rowanne Marie Maxilom-Mangompit