The collaborative efforts between the Department of Science and Technology, National Capital Region (DOST-NCR), the City of Malabon University, and the local government of Malabon City culminated in the turnover ceremony of the SMART Hydroponics System.
The ceremony was attended by Mayor Jeannie N. Sandoval, City Mayor of Malabon City, Engr. Romellen T. Tresvalles, Regional Director, DOST-NCR; Dr. Glen DV. De Leon, University President; Dr. Allie V. Agustin, Research Director; and Project Leader, Ms. Lorelie P. Soriano, OIC, CSWDD, marked a significant step in advancing the Support to the Reformation Program in Bahay Sandigan and Bahay Pag-asa on December 12, 2023.
Symbolizing the fusion of innovation and social responsibility, the cutting-edge system was handed over as a tool for empowerment, serving as both a sustainable agricultural method and an educational platform for youth rehabilitation. The collaboration showcased a synergy of expertise, innovation, and social responsibility, emphasizing the transformative power of partnerships.
As the SMART Hydroponics System integrates into rehabilitation institutions, it represents empowerment and resilience, fostering sustainable rehabilitation and equipping the youth with skills for a promising future. The ceremony concluded with gratitude for all partners’ unwavering commitment to societal betterment and a collective resolve to continue impactful initiatives for the community’s welfare.
The City of Malabon University stands steadfast in supporting the local government’s efforts for societal betterment.
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