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Bulacan sends 12 agricultural interns to Japan
Wednesday, 06 April 2011
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OFF TO JAPAN. Bulacan Governor Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado gamely poses with the 12 agricultural intern-trainees of Japan Technical Intern-Training Program (JTITP) that will fly bound to Nagano, Japan on April 11, 2011. Joining the delegation during the photo opportunity are Vice Governor Daniel R. Fernando, Everlast International Executive Vice President Mr. Danilo Navarro and Ms. Elizabeth Alonzo of PYSEACO. View Larger Image.
CITY OF MALOLOS - The Provincial Government of Bulacan (PGB) together with Everlast International Placements, Inc. will send 12 Bulakenyo agricultural intern-trainees to Nagano, Japan on April 11, 2011 for the Japan Technical Intern-Training Program (JTITP) of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).

The said training program aims to give employment and develop the agricultural intelligence of Bulakenyos from planting to harvesting.

Bulakenyos who comprised the delegation are Ricky Dela Cruz, the team leader from San Ildefonso, Randy Basquiῆa and Edwin Mangahas from Norzagaray, John Lester Glory, Glen Maclang, Al San Diego, Angelito Suanson and Aldrin Vivas from the City of Malolos, Niῆo de Guzman from Hagonoy, Ritcher Pacleb and Darwin Pangan from Calumpit, and Alexander Delos Santos from Doῆa Remedios Trinidad.

Before their deployment, the said intern-trainees will have to undergo a 15-day training and once deployed, the delegation will focus on lettuce farming for six months.

Meanwhile, upon the presentation of the delegates during the Monday flag ceremony, Bulacan Governor Wilhelmino Sy- Alvarado urged everyone to pray for the safety of the delegates. Also, he promised them that PGB will not take the worker-trainees’ safety for granted.

“Asahan ninyo na sisiguruhin natin ang kaligtasan ng ating delegasyon pagdating doon.” Gov. Alvarado added.

Moreover, during the briefing held at the Local Governance Center yesterday, Everlast International Placements Inc. Executive Vice President Danilo Navarro assured that Nagano is safe from radiation and tsunami as Nagano is 300 feet higher than Baguio City.

Aside from the all expense paid deployment, the group also underwent Japanese language training and graduated last March 23, 2011. ###

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