The beneficiaries of the project included local government units, non-governmental organizations, cooperatives and community leaders from all parts of the Philippines.
enterprises in order to achieve economic development in the project area through an increase in productivity, higher income and generation of employment; to ensure the sustainability of the Mother and Child Care Center and to improve the quality of life of beneficiaries and their families.
opportunities for underprivileged youths and to secure jobs for over 3,000 youths in the rapidly expanding Sta. Rosa Laguna industrial belt.
and improving the quality and quantity of electronics laboratories training equipment and by training teachers in advanced technologies.
In each community, ORT provided a center with 17 satellite units for primary health care, nutrition, pre-school education, and community development. Approximately 100,000 people benefited from this project. In 1994, the government of Luxembourg extended the project by three years in order to foster rural economic development by increasing the productivity of eight small businesses established by the project.
recommendations to the Provincial Government.
Based on the identified needs, the trainer prepared specific courses in construction methods and supervision, site health and safety, cost estimation, budget planning and preparation, project monitoring, and post-implementation evaluation. ORT then initiated further training course design in community development, municipal enterprise management and financial management.