January 27, 2023

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The labor ministry of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) had initially assisted 111 jobseekers in connecting with potential employers in the autonomous region.
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COTABATO CITY — The labor ministry of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) had initially assisted 111 jobseekers in connecting with potential employers in the autonomous region. 



Bai Sara Jane Sinsuat, director of the Bureau of Employment, Promotion, and Welfare of the Ministry of Labor and Employment-Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, said Thursday, December 29, the 111 jobseekers participated in their jobs fair last week at the Cotabato City People’s Palace. 

The jobs fair was held last December 21 at the People’s Palace here, the operations center of the Cotabato City local government unit. 

Sinsuat and Regional Labor Minister Muslimin Sema separately told reporters they are grateful to different offices under the Cotabato City government for helping facilitate the jobs fair where 111 young people got linked with potential employers — business establishments and other private companies around and elsewhere in the Bangsamoro region. 

Sinsuat said among the private firms that participated in the jobs fair are the Lamsan Group of Companies, the Puregold Price Club Incorporated, and the Sanford Marketing Corporation. 

“We are thankful to the management of these firms for supporting MOLE-BARMM’s recent jobs fair,” Sinsuat said. 



Sinsuat said they had another job fair on Wednesday, December 28, in Upi town in Maguindanao del Norte, as recommended by their minister. 

Upi is a peaceful and progressive highland town, home to mixed ethnic Tedurays, Moro, and Christian settler groups. 

Sinsuat said Sema is focused on providing livelihood support to residents of the Bangsamoro region to complement Malacañang’s Mindanao peace process, aiming to foster peace and sustainable development in underdeveloped southern communities. 

Sema, who had served as mayor of Cotabato City for three consecutive terms, chairs the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). 

Sinsuat said they are to facilitate in 2023 more activities intended to improve the situation of the Bangsamoro labor sector. 

The BARMM covers the provinces of Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur, Basilan, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi and the cities of Lamitan, Marawi, and Cotabato. (JOHN UNSON)

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