Economic Cluster

Continuous conduct of the following projects and activities:
  • Pre-employment orientation
  • Labor Education for Graduating Students (LEGS)
  • Career Guidance and Employment Coaching
  • Program for Muntinlupa OFW
  • Muntinlupa City Tripartite Industrial Peace Council (MCTIPC)
  • Jobstart Program with DOLE and other agencies

  • 1,134 total number of livelihood beneficiaries
  • 918 total number of SPES and GIP beneficiaries
  • 2,600 total number of TUPAD beneficiaries

14,795 individuals placed thru conduct of several job fair
  • in house: 1,374
  • special: 961
  • mega: 2,430
  • private: 9,635
  • government: 395
Joint Resource Financing (JRF) Program, with its aim to be more inclusive, changed its name from JRF Dagdag Puhunan to “JRF-Tulong Negosyo sa Munti”
  • 5,326 total existing number of beneficiaries of which 820 are new beneficiaries for 2017
  • Php 69,111,000.00 total loan amount released
  • Php 53,191,573.00 total collection
  • 86% collection rate as of 2017
  • 13 total number of clients granted with Php100,000 loan
  • 2,200 scholars under the STAR Program were trained in partnership with Coca-Cola and TESDA

  • 2,800 stores around the city were provided with business signages'
  • DA-Extension Service Office extended the following programs:
    • Micro-Business Entrepreneurs Capacity Building with 185 beneficiaries, 25.45% income increase
    • Livelihood Training of Parents of Malnourished Children with 54 beneficiaries with 53% income increase
    • Urban Agriculture including Seeds, Seedlings and Fertilizer Distribution and Technical Assistance

Conduct of Centennial Art Contests for Student and Professional Division
Metro Manila Film Festival 2017 – Parade of Stars was held in Muntinlupa City in line with the City’s Centennial Celebration
Mass Oath taking of officers from different cooperatives last June 27, 2017
  • Cooperative Month Celebration which included conduct of Tech-Voc Services (thru MCTI), Feeding Program, Medical and Dental Mission
  • Conduct of Cooperative Congress which was attended by 46 primary cooperatives
  • Conduct of pre-membership education seminars and other consultative meetings to continuously strengthen and capacitate cooperatives in the City.
  • 1,312 stalls in public market issued certification;
  • Registered 6.23% increase in collections (amounting to Php 66.65 million)
  • Conducted bench-marking and market tours to gain knowledge on improving market facility and operations in cities such as Balanga City, Bataan, Farmers Cubao and QC, among others
  • Continuous maintenance and cleaning of market sections
  • Ensuring of public safety through 24/7 security forces and installed CCTV

  • Establishment of Negosyo Center in partnership with DTI to facilitate MSME Development
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