Cebu Technological University – San Fernando

Social Responsibility

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT AND
CHARITY WORKS

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Tabang Sudlon: Ligdong Panginabuhi alang sa Pangibuhi alang sa Kalambuan sa Katawhan ug sa Kalikupan

The project is composed of skills training in soap making, baking of chocolate products and marketing; training on financial literacy, product marketing and bookkeeping; and solid waste management.

22 Beneficiaries (Community Residents)

24 volunteer students

51 volunteer staff

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E-TECHS (Engineering Technical Skills) A Livelihood Program: Waste Into Sustainable HandiCrafts Phase II & T-Shirt Production

To learn a skill and earn a living, beneficiaries were trained in handicrafts using recyclable waste materials. Others were trained in t-shirt production.

18 Beneficiaries (women)

5 volunteer students

5 volunteer staff

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Phase 2: TV Antenna Assembly and Servicing

Beneficiaries were trained in antenna assembly and troubleshooting to increase employment and livelihood opportunities.

5 Beneficiaries (ALS Students)

7 volunteer students

4 volunteer staff

Basic Electrical Wiring Installation (Phase 2)

To increase employability in the electrical profession, this project trained beneficiaries in basic electrical wiring installation.

6 Beneficiaries (ALS Students)

80 volunteer hours

4 volunteer staff

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Buut-Therapy Phase II

To improve their well-being (self-concept and self-efficacy) and consequently their organizational skills, beneficiaries were trained in the BuuT Therapy

54 Beneficiaries (Administrators/Teachers)

24 volunteer hours

6 volunteer staff

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TRAPO Industry: Training Adult-Beneficiaries for Purposeful Outcomes

The project provided skills training on rag making (trapo) for sustainable livelihood to the adult beneficiaries of AGAK Foundation, a church-based organization.

10 Beneficiaries (Adult Beneficiaries)

32 volunteer hours

18 volunteer staff

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PaTEGAYON (Pagsagop sa Teknolohiya sa Grupong Alayon) Phase 2

To establish a more profitable micro-business enterprise, cooperative member-beneficiaries were trained in the various innovative and patented products .

37 Beneficiaries (Members)

24 volunteer hours

8 volunteer staff

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Skills Training on Food Processing of Patented Products

For income augmentation, beneficiaries were trained in food processing of patented products

123 Beneficiaries (ARC Members)

45 volunteer hours

18 volunteer staff

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Kakugi sa Pagpangalagad ug Palambo sa Tagibalangay (Phase II)

Beneficiaries were trained in producing VCO – based moisturizing lotion and VCO – based liquid hand wash to augment income.

30 Beneficiaries (Community Residents)

24 volunteer hours

9 volunteer staff

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Bag Pattern Making and Designing

Training in pattern making and cutting for hapao, sinamay cloth, and tote bag making and designing were provided to the beneficiaries.

75 Beneficiaries (ARC Members)

2 volunteer students

12 volunteer staff

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USF Product Design, Packaging and Printing Training

Through a University Shared Facility (USF), MSME beneficiaries were provided with skills in producing, designing, printing, packaging and labeling products to improve productivity.

224 Beneficiaries (MSMEs), 524 Beneficiaries (students)

200 volunteer hours

9 volunteer staff

ComLit 4.0 Phase 2

A computer literacy training that intended to train the beneficiaries in all aspects of computer operations to make them employable.

20 Beneficiaries (Barangay Workers, OSY)

40 volunteer hours

15 volunteer staff

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Technology Dissemination and Adoption of Patented Food Products

The project disseminated to partner-community the technological innovation of patented food products and other developed products for economic empowerment.

26 Beneficiaries (Housewives)

10 volunteer students

1 volunteer staff

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Liwanag Mo Sagot Ko: Lighting Up Lives Through Renewable Energy Application and Utilization

To improve quality of life, the project trained beneficiaries on how to fabricate solar powered lamp- an affordable source of energy-solar

50 Beneficiaries (Community Residents)

1 volunteer students

6 volunteer staff

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