NCMF-North Luzon Organizes Baking and Pastries Making for Muslims in Baguio City

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By: EDD K. USMAN & DR. DIMAPUNO ALONTO DATU-RAMOS, JR., Director, NCMF-Bureau of External Relations

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The NCMF-North Luzon Regional Office, under the leadership of Regional Director Atty. Raihanah Sarah Macarimpas, continues its provision of skills for its constituents.

Latest of its offering is a training on Baking and Pastry Making for Moro women in Baguio City, Cordillera Autonomous Region (CAR).

The livelihood-related livelihood-related activity is being conducted for Muslim women at the Baguio City School of Arts and Trades (BSCAT), which offered the Baking and Pastries Training Scholarship for the first batch of trainees.

Regional Director Macarimpas and her staff visited the training venue on November 25, 2021, as she expressed her thanks to the management of BSCAT.

The NCMF-North Luzon head also cited the strong support of NCMF Secretary Saidamen  B. Pangarungan in the skilling of the regional offices’ constituents.

This training was in collaboration with NCMF-North Luzon through Socio-Economic Development Division personnel Eng’r. Fatimah Calbe, the Office of the Baguio City Mayor through CMO Public Employment Service Office Manager Marlene De Castro, and the BCSAT under the administration of Arlene Cadalig.

There are twenty Muslim Filipino women who are currently enrolled in the training program. They thank the Commission under Secretary Pangarungan, the local government unit (LGU) under Mayor Benjamin Magalong, and BCSAT for the opportunity.

Also present during the visit were NCMF staff Atty. Nor-ainah Daragangan, Johara Calbe, Aquiza Pundogar, John Christopher Amar, Deloraine Bernabe and Jefferson Beronio. (Public Relations and Information Division, Bureau of External Relations-NCMF) — (✓)

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