Livelihood
March 29, 2022
PBSP and partners hold job fair and trade fair for SHS completers and MSMEs in Marawi

The event was attended by Senior High School TVL completers of four beneficiary schools in

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PBSP and partners hold job fair and trade fair for SHS completers and MSMEs in Marawi

On March 29, the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) held a job fair and trade fair for Senior High School (SHS) students of Marawi City Schools Division.

The job fair, organized in partnership with Marawi City Public Employment Service Office (PESO), RAHEEMA Foundation, MBHTE-TESD, DepEd, and in collaboration with Creme Top, HAVEN Coffee & Tea, Curly Frost Heaven, Marawi City, Soti Fuel Marawi, and Ragayan of MARADECA INC. provided the jobseekers and employers the venue and opportunity for on the spot interviews and hiring of qualified workers.

Moreover, entrepreneurs and MSMEs from Marawi City were given space to promote their products and look for markets through the trade fair.

The event was attended by Senior High School TVL completers of four beneficiary schools in Marawi City and 15 MSME organizations.

This initiative is part of the Strengthening professional skills, civic engagement and employability of young people and women displaced in Marawi and Zamboanga, Mindanao, funded by the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) through Fundacion Concordia y Libertad, and implemented by Philippine Business for Social Progress.

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