In order to support their thriving sinamak production, the Department of Trade and Industry Sarangani, inked an agreement with James L. Chiongbian National Trade School for Shared Services Facilities (SSF).
The SSF is a project of DTI that provides micro, small, and medium enterprises like the JLCNTS Teachers Association equipment to enhance their production rate.
JLCNTS received a package consisting vinegar acetator kit, industry grade blenders and stove, and other materials, which will reduce the length of sinamak or spiced vinegar production from one month to just two weeks.
Schools Division Superintendent Gildo G. Mosqueda, CEO VI, expressed support to the program, saying that this project will greatly benefit the learners in food processing.
“Not only that, our learners can also benefit from the proposed Pasalubong Center. It can be managed by our learners as part of their training in entrepreneurship,” Mosqueda added.
The sinamak production serves as a training facility for the TVL learners as well as an income generating project for the school.
Omarshariff Salik of DTI Sarangani explained the responsibilities of JLCNTS and Sarangani.
He hopes to strengthen the partnership with JLCNTS and offered SSF for other products in the future.