After hosting a discussion on collaboration between the private sector and local government units in movement towards climate resilience, Komunidad is set to open up the stage for conversations to cover the future innovators and developers of the country.
With Philippine Development Foundation as its partner, Komunidad will hold a panel talk entitled “Unlocking Potential: Future Skills and Preparing Future Innovators” on July 12 at the TechnoCore Bldg. in Technological Institute of the Philippines in Quezon City.
This is the second leg in the KomunidadXchange Fireside Chat series that the company has in store for the rest of 2023.
Komunidad Global’s Founder and CEO Felix Ayque will lead the panel discussion, with Dr. Danilo Lahica, president of Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines Foundation, Inc. (SEIPI), and Engr. Albertson D. Amante, vice president for Batangas State University’s Research, Development and Extension Services joined him.
The event is expected to pool together educators, learners, industry experts, government officials and non-profit organization leaders to open up conversations on the higher education institutions and their capacities to meet the demands of the future.
Discussions are also expected to touch on projected skills for emerging sectors and changing societal needs, including climate resilience, and current practices to adapt to these.
Komunidad hopes that the panel discussion will also help shape policies and practices, and jumpstart initiatives that will equip students with skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of tomorrow and maximize their potential.
PhilDev is a non-profit organization that aims to eradicate poverty through science and technology and create links for knowledge, capacities, and opportunity exchange. Komunidad has earlier partnered with PhilDev in providing 15 Philippine universities with access to weather and climate data that will also serve as their decision support tool in protecting their school communities.
The first KomunidadXchange Fireside Chat, which successfully gathered local government unit officers to everyday Filipinos, was held last March 29, with the theme: “Empowering Resilient Communities with Early Warnings at Barangay Level.”
Two more editions of the Fireside chat series are set in the third and fourth quarter of the year, where conversations would revolve on agriculture and eco-tourism.
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