January 6, 2019
Sta. Cruz, Buhi, Camarines Sur
Martes, October 24, 2018
9 – 11:30 ng umaga
Our Lady of Assumption Church Parish Hall
Canaman, Camarines Sur
Layunin: Magkaisa sa pag-intindi ng SLP at kung paano masisiguro na para ito sa pag-unlad ng mga tao at magiging pangmatagalan.
B. Opening prayer
C. Objectives sa meeting: PAG-AARAL AT PLANO
D. Pagpapakilala sa TABANG Bikol at PODIS
E. Ano ang KALAGAYAN sa Bayan: Kahirapan at Underdevelopment (Bakit at Paano Pagbabago, Ano Direksyon?)
F. Ano ang SLP (Sustainable Livelihood Program)
G. Plano at Paano Gagawin (workshop – 15 minuto)
On Thursday, August 31 at 9 am People’s Plaza at Canaman CamSur, Tabang Bikol Movement (TBM) & OrganiKo Bikolano with MSWD/DSWD Region 5 and LGU-Canaman successfully coordinated a Program for “TARABANGAN SA KAHARONGAN”. Shelter Assistance/ Yero Pako and organizing of People’s Organization of Disaster Survivors(PODIS) in 21 barangays of Canaman. The PODIS in the 21 barangays composed mostly of farming families are the focus groups of farmers who shall be the primary participants in education & training towards developing an Agri-based Back to Nature for Food & Health industry in the region with the support of the Department of Agriculture Region 5.
TABANG Bikol Movement (TBM) in partnership w/ DSWD Region 5 and DA Region 5 conducts a Press Conference on BACK TO NATURE and RECOVERING FROM DISASTER: Backyard to Table and Industry last July 7, 2017, 3:00 pm at the Mariners Tourism and Hotel Institute (MTHI) Panganiban, Naga City.
This is in pursuit of the innovative project towards establishing a FOOD and HEALTH Tourism Corridor in Camarines Sur that TABANG Bikol Movement together with DSWD and Dept of Agriculture region 5 envisions with focus production of basic ingredients for the increasingly popular STRESS Relief oils and brain booster E-SENSE and nature-sourced mineral food Quantumin that are now being used as part of alternative medicine. These focus raw materials are now being grown and will be massively planted around backyards and arable lands by and among poor farming families hit by the last typhoon in the region to promote health and provide healthy food on the table and building a health-based sustainable agri-industry in Bicol. Growing natural healing and healthy plants and vegetables along with organic farming will help develop the envisioned Agri-Tourism Corridor for Health in Bicol in partnership with DSWD and DA as well as CSOs, NGOs and POs among farmers beginning with the Camarines Sur municipalities and City of Naga. OrganiKo Bikolano partners as the socio-economic arm in this sustainable health-based livelihood.