CVS LEAPS TO A GREATER HEIGHT
CVS LEAPS TO A GREATER HEIGHT by: Mary Grace L. Lacsina, CVS
TESDA-CVS perceptibly approaches a leap higher as it welcomes JICA representative Ms. Miho Sakuma.
During Ms. Sakuma’s visit on January 19, 2017, she brings withher JICA’s aim; to contribute to thepromotion of international cooperation;as well as the sound development ofJapanese and global economy by supporting the socioeconomic development, recovery oreconomic stability of developing regions.
Ms. Sakuma’s visit was relative to the research on “The Study on Potential Industries and Further Economic Development for Central Luzon and Calabarzon Areas” which aims to define the roles and positioning of the target areas in the middle and long term policies and plans of government; identify the potential insdustries to promote, that can play central roles in the development of the target areas, through the analysis of the global value chain structure design the concept plans for further industrial promotion and agglomeration.
According to her, she sees CVS as a potential recipient of their organization, and as the School Administrator, Dr. Alvin L. Yturralde leaps for gratefulness and joy, for his staff and for the entire town, for he knows, it will be the people of Concepcion and its neighbouring towns who will benefit from it thus a different level and a different approach of quality education is at hand for them.
From TESDA-CVS, and from the people of Concepcion, Tarlac, thank you JICA for your generous and thoughtful support to all of us. And we are looking forward to a more fruitful engagement with us. Doumo arigatou gozaimasu, Ms. Sakuma.