With the desire to implement sustainable livelihood program, the University Community Development Office (UCDO) conducted a needs assessment survey on the residents of Prk. St. Ezekiel Moreno (RESOURCE-Handumanan) Community, last July 18, 2008.
The survey was headed by UCDO Director, Dr. Evangeline Aboyo and enjoined by UCDO staff and 17 outreach coordinators from different offices and colleges, namely: Anita Rabago, Ph.D. Dr. Evangeline Cafino (Arts and Sciences); Dianna Concepcion (Caregiver); Rizalie Mibato, Ph.D. (Business and Accountancy); Caryl Jabasa and Mario Jocson (Criminology); Marites Salgado (Education); Cindy Nemenzo (High School); Robert Villaruz (Library); Gigi Cordero, Geraldine Ogapong and Ian Taocta (College of Nursing); Josette Juen (Registrar’s Office); Ferdinand Concepcion (RPDO); William Montaño (SDPC); Jennely Martir and Carl Tierra (DSA).
The survey started 7:30 and ended around 10:00 in the morning.
After the survey, Dr. Aboyo toured the Outreach Coordinators to Shenandoah Farm. At 11 o’clock, the group went to Brgy. Alegria, Murcia to visit Pasilungan sang Kabata-an (PASAKA) Foundation. The said foundation solicited technical assistance from UNO-R as they were applying for registration with DSWD.
Pasilungan sang Kabata-an (PASAKA) Foundation is founded by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Saturion in Dumaguete City, but later transferred to Brgy. Alegria when Mrs. Saturion was transferred in Central Philippines Adventist College (CPAC) as Guidance Counselor.
The grouped took lunch at Central Philippines Adventist College (CPAC) around 12:30 p.m. and came back to UNO-R at 2 o’clock in the afternoon.