CBSUA and Pasacao Tourism Office started off with DOST iStart Project, CHED Tourism, the Project Technical Assistance Program (TAP) for LGUs on 6 July 2021.
The team identified specific Projects and Activities aligned to the development plan of Pasacao particularly in the sectors of Agriculture, Environment, DRRM, and Tourism.
The parties involved in the project look forward to collaboration with the other stakeholders of the municipality. The said multi-sectoral collaborations aim to strengthen the collaboration of industries together with the available technologies of DOST to expedite the development of LGUs.
Development in the Pasacao area may begin withcthe offering of the new Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science (BSES) program at CBSUA Pasacao Campus, as one of the requested interventions from the University. Other specialized curricular programs for Pasacao are expected to be developed.
CBSUA will continue to serve the region thru various research and extension project collaborations that boost the economic and agricultural development as well as the resilience of the community.
The team also visited the Margando Farm in Pasacao Camarines Sur as a potential AgriEcoTourism partner of the University.
with report from Dr. Philip Talay