TABUK CITY, Kalinga – President Andrea Daphne Amla of the Tabuk City Sangguniang Kabataan Federation has outlined the planned events that are a part of their main projects for the youth members this year.
In order to promote stronger representation of the youth in Tabuk, Amla proposed to conduct a blood donation drive, a clean and green brigade, and tree planting activities.
She further proposed to conduct leadership training with project proposal resolution and team building, including benchmarking in other places, to learn from their best practices.
In order to carry out their dedication in the sports program, she also asked for the support of other youth officials in the conduct of their inter-barangay sports fest and celebration of the Linggo ng Kabataan with job fair activities.
She added that they will conduct a program review and evaluation workshop after the implementation of all their activities to learn and improve in the succeeding years.
In order for their activities to materialize, she asked for the support of the local chief executive, other offices, and other legislators in the funding of some of their activities.
Amla emphasized as part of their transparency mechanism, “We will establish a regular reporting system where the SK Federation provides updates on its activities, projects, and financial status of activities. We make sure that reports will be accessible to the public and shared through social media platforms.”
With the support of the youth members in the city, they will also consider other priority programs that are needed to be legislated in the Sangguniang Panlungsod.
“I have already implemented an open door policy for members of the community to visit the SK Federation office and inquire about ongoing projects or express concerns,” Amla ended. By Ian Jefrey Addatu