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DTI gets ready for Caraga's 14th Founding Anniversary celebration

The Department of Trade and Industry [DTI] Caraga Region is joining the other agencies in the preparations for the week-long celebration of Caraga's 14th founding anniversary this February 18-23, 2009.

This year's theme is "Building on New Breakthroughs at 14."

DTI's participation will be via its One Town One Product [OTOP] Exhibit and Selling Fair and Industry Cluster Exhibit at the Balanghai Hotel, Butuan City. This fair will showcase the best products from the different towns of the region such as fashion accessories, gifts, home furnishings and food products. The Industry Cluster Exhibit, on the other hand, will feature the industry potentials of the thirteen [13] priority clusters in the region – namely abaca, seaweeds, banana, oil palm, coconut, high value crops, tourism, Information Communication & Technology or ICT, processed food, mining, arts & crafts, wood and moringa.

Separate industry cluster activities will likewise be conducted. The 1st Caraga ICT Congress will be held in coordination with the different line agencies and private sector partners. A Caraga Coco Cluster Stakeholders meeting is also slated.

Aside from these regional activities, the different DTI Provincial Offices will also be conducting other activities in their respective provinces. These include Business Opportunities Fair, Business Trainings and Seminars, Business fora, Advocacy Forum on the Local and Regional Economic Development Program, Provincial OTOP Summit, Provincial OTOP Fair and Product Launchings.

Last year, the agency took part in the festivities through the trade fairs, conduct of several business seminars, trade trainings and launching of the Rural Micro Enterprise Development Program [RuMEPP].

The Caraga Region is created through Republic Act No. 7901 on February 23, 1995 and now covers five provinces – Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur and Dinagat Province; and three cities – Butuan, Surigao and Bislig. (DTI-13/PIA-Caraga)

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