Project 81, a non-profit organization based in the Province of Marinduque that focuses in the improvement of the quality of life of the Filipino people especially the poor, distributed about 200 food packs to the residents of Maniwaya and Mongpong Island.
The development of food and non-food product from abalone (Haliotis asinina) under the Improvement of Production and Utilization of Abalone program in Mimaropa is another banner project of Marinduque State College. More on marinduquenews.com
The Marinduque State College – School of Agriculture with the collaboration of Department of Science and Technology (DOST)-Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development is now stabilizing the farmers’ knowledge for the sustainability of native pig production in the province of Marinduque.
The Native Pig Research and Development Program, a flagship initiative of DOST-PCAARRD based in Marinduque State College Torrijos Campus, is now ringing reputation in livestock raising and production in the country not just in SUC’s but as well as in its industry.
The Marinduque State College-Guidance and Counseling Office headed by Director Emelita R. Rodelas with the cooperation of the MSC-PEER Facilitators conducted a symposium to a group of students who are listed as late enrollees with the theme: “PEERiod: Responsible Students Towards Better Society” at the MSC Main AVR on Friday, March 22.