Tesda gives 2,500 chairs to Caloocan school


A WEEK before the opening of classes, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) turned over 2,500 armchairs made from ‘hot logs’ to the Bagong Silang Elementary School in Caloocan City. “Giving the students armchairs, where they can sit comfortably, write and concentrate, is the first step towards creating an educational system that attracts and holds eager young students,” Tesda director general Joel Villanueva said. The hot logs seized by the Bureau of Customs and the environment department were turned over to Tesda, who used these to manufacture armchairs with funding from the Philippine Gaming Corporation.


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