Outgoing Vice President Leni Robredo on Thursday, June 23, made an attraction to the youth, particularly the younger social entrepreneurs who completed an Angat Buhay program lately, that the nation wants them in a post-pandemic situation the place extra challenges lie forward.
Vice President Leni Robredo speaks throughout the digital culminating ceremony of the Angat Buhay Social Entrepreneurs Program on Thursday, June 23. (Screenshot from LSEED’s Fb web page) Talking by way of Zoom to the members of the Angat Buhay Social Entrepreneurs Program (ABY SEP) throughout its culminating ceremony, the nation’s second highest official reminisced the way it was solely a 12 months in the past that her workplace referred to as on the youth to take part within the stated program.
Now, the members are prepared to start out and do significant change, Robredo stated.
“Patunay kayo sa matagal na nating sinasabi (You’re proof of what we’ve been saying all alongside): if we’re to emerge stronger from this pandemic, we’d like younger individuals such as you as we work our approach in the direction of a greater regular,” Robredo, who is because of step down from energy on June 30, added.
“We want extra younger social entrepreneurs who will step as much as the plate, extra innovators, extra change-makers, extra passionate and extra ground-breakers able to tackle the better process of rebuilding our nation.”
She expressed hope that the members emerged from this system armed with the abilities, options, and “a deeper sense of the values that bind us collectively.”
The “subsequent step” for the members as they accomplished this system is to share and apply what they discovered of their respective communities, particularly with the youth.
“With younger individuals such as you main within the frontlines, I’m assured that we will overcome the challenges that will lie additional forward,” Robredo stated.
ABY SEP is a social enterprise improvement program of the Lasallian Social Enterprise for Financial Growth (LSEED) Middle in partnership with the Workplace of the Vice President (OVP).
LSEED is the flagship unit of De La Salle College in areas of social entrepreneurship and social innovation.
It applies regionally the United Nations’ Sustainable Growth Targets by working with college students and marginalized communities.
The middle implements varied packages in areas of scholar formation & social enterprise improvement, curricular and co-curricular integration, analysis, internship & volunteerism, advocacy, and internationalization.
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