Skills training on masonry and plumbing for safe water access in BARMM
The local government and partners from Timanan, South Upi conducted a skills training on masonry and plumbing with onsite demonstration under the ILO-Japan Water and Sanitation Project in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).
The ILO-Japan Water and Sanitation Project conducted a skills training on masonry and plumbing with onsite demonstration with the local government and partners from Timanan, South Upi in Maguindanao. The training was part of improving and rehabilitating the Timanan Central Elementary School Level II Water System.
Skilled workers from Parent-Teacher Association of TCES hired as community contractors participated in the training held on 12 August 2020 at the project site. Two resource persons from the Municipal Engineering Office of the local government of South Upi facilitated the whole day training with a total of 25 participants , of which six were women.
The training aimed at enhancing knowledge and skills of selected workers in plumbing and masonry works. Topics included preparation and installation of reinforcing bars, right mixture of aggregates and other critical steps on masonry works. For plumbing, participants gained more knowledge and skills on proper embedding, lay outing and joining of pipes.
The training was also extended to Ke’minanam Luwey Wayeg Association (KLWA), identified as community contractor in an adjacent barangay for the next subproject.
The Municipal Planning and Development Office (MPDO) organized the skills training including the preparation of the training design in consultation with the ILO project team.
For further information please contact:Ms Ma Jennylyn Aguinaldo
Tel +6364 4255342