BACK TO SCHOOL BAON EASY TO PREPARE LUNCH WITH MAGNOLIA READY TO COOK FRIED CHICKEN

Friday, January 20

 



Makapagluto ng paboriting ulam ni Ami.
Kaya for busy days, dun ako sa easy, quick, at safe recipes.

Kung hilig pud inyong anak og fried chicken, dapat naay Mangnolia Chicken Timplados Fried Chicken sa ref para ready-to-cook na!

Available in Magnolia Chicken Stations, Monterey Meatshops and other online grocery stores!

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Lalamove champions partner driver empowerment, marking 6th year celebration in the Philippines

Thursday, January 19

Pampanga event, Lalamove Bossing Kreavior Lapuz, met with an accident which damaged his motorcycle. “With this brand-new motorcycle, I can now do my deliveries without worrying about my safety. I hope Lalamove expands to more areas so more Bossings can experience the opportunities and benefits we are enjoying,” he said as he recalled how Lalamove has changed his life for the better.



World Vision, Citi Foundation launch Project HOPE to support Cebu’s out-of-school youth

Thursday, January 12

 


Tabogon, Cebu - World Vision launched Project HOPE at the Tabogon Sports Complex.

Funded by Citi Foundation, Project HOPE (Helping Out-of-School-Youths Pave Towards Employment and Engaging in Business), aims to provide sustainable economic opportunities to out-of-school and vulnerable youth by providing entrepreneurial and employable skills training.

“True to the vision and name of this project, we want to spark hope among the youth,” said Jun Godornes, resource development director for World Vision.

About 2,500 youth will benefit from the project through capacity building workshops, as well as trainings on community issues and entrepreneurial development laid out by World Vision. They will also be taught how to save, to improve financial literacy.

“We believe that Project HOPE can empower the youth and arm them with competencies, values and confidence, to help them pursue their goals, improve their lives and contribute to their respective communities,” said Dorski Granada, Citi Philippines Head of Corporate Affairs.




World Vision’s operations manager for Visayas Faith Bullecer-Sy highlighted the project’s intent to provide opportunities for youth to also engage in the agribusiness entrepreneurship programs.

“We want our participants to love agriculture. We also want to invite other opportunities for skills development and other employment opportunities,” said Sy.

Sy also recognized the role of the youth in influencing their peers. “This group can act as advocates to help other youth in becoming educated, empowered, and engaged, and to be part of something that is innovative,” said Sy.

This project is supported by the local government of Tabogon, Cebu in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture.

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