Cebu Technological University – Oslob Campus

Social Responsibility


Tinabangay Alang sa Hiniusang Ikalahutay-Sewing Apparel for Sustainability through Triple Bottom Line (3P): Retailing in E-Commerce (TAHI sa SASTRE)

To increase marketable quality of product and augment income, this project capacitated local beneficiaries of current sewing skills to increase efficiency.

10 Beneficiaries (women)
6 volunteer students
13 volunteer staff


Technology Transfer and Mass Production of Earwig (Eubirellia Annulata) as BCA (Biological Control Agent)

The project provided lectures and training to farmers using an ecologically sound pest management system through mass production of earwig as a biological control agent.

30 Beneficiaries (Farmer-Members)
112 volunteer hours
11 volunteer staff


Developing a Unified Livelihood and Active Well-Being "DULAW"

To provide the beneficiaries with livelihood options, this project provided skills training through turmeric production that helped them increase control over their natural resources and served as a good source of income.

18 Beneficiaries (unemployed husband and housewife)
4 volunteer students
5 Volunteer Staff


Campus Leaders for Environment and Nature Stewardship Endeavor (CLEANSE)

The project aimed to transform the farms into a tourist spot and established a Pangkabuhayan Center for income augmentation of the community.

40 Beneficiaries (Farmer-Members)
25 volunteer students
8 volunteer staff


Paglaum University Extension: Shared Service Facility (SSF) on Fabrication Laboratory

In cooperation with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), this project has helped facilitate locally-driven, innovative solutions to economic growth especially among communities needing assistance for product development, marketing and entrepreneurial skills.

400 Beneficiaries (Farmer-Members)
33 Volunteer Students
11 Volunteer Staff


Hablon sa Cebu

The project is designed to sustain the cultural heritage and viable demonstration project of handloom weaving in the municipality through, upgrading of its Shared Service Facilities, capacity-building activities for the multi-sectoral beneficiaries, continuous product development, aggressive marketing, strategies, and introduction of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) practices.

21 Beneficiaries (Hand loom Weavers)
10 Beneficiaries (ACMMPIC & BUFA Dressmakers)
20 Beneficiaries (Dressmakers and Tailor)
1 Beneficiaries (Painter)
60 Beneficiaries (Product Finishers)
6 Beneficiaries (Faculty Project Implementer and Operations Manager)
1 volunteer students
10 volunteer staff