Hello, friend. If you happen to see this blog post by coincidence then welcome, my dear friend! I’d like to share my escapade as an intern in the Philippine House of Representatives with a hope to let an individual out there be enlighten on the matter of internship program in the HRep. This is my fifth post regarding my internship journey at the House of Representatives (HRep) and if you wish to see my previous posts, you may click the following links:
In the HRep, there are 6 clusters that focuses on different sectors. One of the clusters focuses on the Agriculture. Since the committee on Agriculture will be having an ocular trip at Villar Social Institute for Poverty Alleviation and Governance (SIPAG), our daily savior, Deputy Executive Director Lorelei Hernandez decided to join the whole 24 interns since one of the activities in a committee is an ocular trip.
In Villar SIPAG, the staff of Manny and Cynthia Villar discussed the formation of the Farm School in the museum. They also discussed how they recycle materials and transformed it into a useful item. I believe that this kind of museum must be supported by the public because it has won a lot of awards due to the fact that it is a friendly-environment act.
The whole ocular trip was very informative and educational for someone like me who is not familiar with the possible usage of a recycled materials. 🙂
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