MAFAR EMPLOYEES UNDERGO VALUES TRANSFORMATION TRAINING

 

COTABATO CITY | March 23, 2021

The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Agrarian Reform in partnership with the Bangsamoro Development Agency, Inc. conducted a Three-day Values Transformation Training for the new employees initiated by the Human Resource Management Office headed by Hafsa Arab together with Julie O. Maliga, RN, MPASR, Director II for Admin and Finance Services on March 23-25, 2021 at Golden Lace Resto, Macapagal Street, Cotabato City, BARMM.

Mohammad S. Yacob, Ph.D., minister of MAFAR, was present during the first day of training to give a word of wisdom to the trainees. According to him, VTT is a very important training that employees must have to attain before any other training and before the new employee undergo with their job, as its main purpose is to instill the Islamic Values and purify their internal principles anchored to the advocacy of the Moral Governance of Bangsamoro Chief Minister, Ahod Balawag Ebrahim.

VTT’s goal is to increase the number of enlightened Bangsamoro Public Servants with high appreciation, enhanced knowledge, skills, and practice of Islamic Values. The training was not solely for Muslim employees, it is specially crafted for other faiths too. The training mainly focusses on Values Transformation and Personal Values Clarifications, Concept of Islamic Values and Moral Governance, Faith and Its Articles, The Role of Faith in Developing Islamic Values, The Pillars of Islam, The Role of Ibaadaat in the Developing Islamic Values for Moral Governance, Applying Islamic Values in Moral Governance and Islamic Values in Dealing with Non-Muslim which was discussed by Ust. Emran G. Mohamad, Ust. Omar A. Hamdan, Ust. Abdulrasheed B. Ambil and Ust. Kadafi B. Tunggal.

The trainees went through several workshops individually and grouped. It also conducted a Halaqa, a religious meeting for the study of Islam and Qur-ann. The trainees participated by asking questions and sharing knowledge in Islam and how they applied it in their workplace.
The participants are very thankful for having VTT as it awakes and reminds them of the Islamic Values that lead them to righteousness and guide them to implement the Islamic Values in their services.

Julie O. Maliga, RN, MPASR, Director II for Admin and Finance Services in her closing message thanked the facilitators of VTT as well as the trainees for showing their interest in the three-day training. She also reminds the employees to be Excellent, Competent, and Efficient Bangsamoro.

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