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UNYPAD NCC II Research & Information Dev’t Committee conducts Team Building

By: Johana S. Abid

COTABATO CITY (April 6, 2021) — The United Youth for Peace and Development (UNYPAD) North Cotabato Cluster (NCC) II Provincial Committee on Research and Information Development (CRID) conducted ‘Educational Tour cum Team-Building Activity’ on April 1-2, 2021 in this town aimed at strengthening the relationship of officers as brothers and sisters in one organization.

The activity with the theme “Individual Commitment is What Makes a Team Work” was participated by NCC2 writers, provincial committee heads and municipal chairmen.

Part of the study tour was visitation to some selected spots and offices in Cotabato city. It was designed to help capacitate and inspire the team in order to enhance their skills in writings and in multimedia productions.

The participants visited 90.1 Voice FM Station, Sultan Bolqiah Grand Mosque, Bay Walk, Amaya Beach Resort and UNYPAD National Office.

UNYPAD National President Dr Rahib L. Kudto along with his subordinates, Vice President for Internal Affairs Tu Alfonso, National WAC Chairwoman Baisanie J. Macabuat, Secretary General Yusop M. Lumambas and Development Management Center (DMC) Director Morsidin A. Husain were present on the said activity.

“Team building is making relationship stronger not only for enjoyment but for also seeking knowledge,”Kudto emphasized.

He added, “Indeed, the wise man cannot be easily contented of knowledge he already have. A wise man makes way to find more knowledge that he can add to what he already have.”

Alfonso emphasized how communication through media is important nowadays. “Communication is very important, as writers you are writing not to impress but to inform,” he pointed out.

Husain diligently explained how data becomes useful in communication saying “Data is useless, but if you process it, it becomes information that can be transformed into knowledge,”

“And if it happens that you share it, then wisdom takes place,” he explained.

Taya P. Adam, one of the participants, expressed her gratitude for the two days activity.

“I have again another memory that I can add to my photograph. My knowledge from UNYPAD cannot be replaced by millions of things” she said.