Makati teams up with Gerry Roxas Foundation
Makati City Mayor Abby Binay recently met with representatives from the Gerry Roxas Foundation (GRF) to discuss programs that would help develop the leadership skills of Makati's youth leaders. The meeting was attended by Cesar Ocson, GRF senior project officer, and Deo Enalpe, GRF project assistant.
The GRF is one of the oldest foundations in the country, established by the late Senator Gerry Roxas in 1958. The foundation has been dedicated to developing the leadership skills of the youth through high-impact programs. With their extensive experience and expertise in youth development, the GRF representatives discussed potential programs that could benefit the young leaders of Makati.
During the meeting, Mayor Abby Binay emphasized the importance of nurturing the leadership skills of the youth, particularly in these challenging times. She expressed her gratitude to the GRF for their willingness to collaborate with the city in providing programs that would enhance the capacity of the city's youth leaders.
The Mayor also discussed the city's existing programs for youth development, such as the Makati Youth Council and the Kabataang Makatizen Program, which have been successful in engaging the youth and fostering their leadership skills.
The collaboration between the city of Makati and the GRF is expected to result in the development of more effective and impactful programs that would further enhance the leadership skills of the city's youth. With the support of the GRF and the local government, Makati's youth leaders can look forward to a brighter future with more opportunities for growth and development.
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