Makati City, Philippines — The Bangsamoro Government’s Ministry of Science and Technology participated in the DOST – Technology Application and Promotion Institute (DOST-TAPI) Partnership Gala, Documentary Premiere, and Art/Photo Exhibition for the Project SciNing on December 14, 2022.


It aims to cultivate ingenuity, creativity, and awareness through experiential learning, innovations, and promotions.


Also, the DOST-TAPI conducted a Partnership Gala, Documentary Premiere, and Art/Photo Exhibition entitled “Posible sa SciNing” as part of the culmination of Project SciNing to address the multifaceted challenges in science and innovation literacy through experiential learning in the form of Invent School Program (ISP).


The MOST personnel who attended the said activity were Mr. Nasrodin U. Buisan, Technical Management Operation Services Director II, Ms. Monawara Abdulbadie, Chief Science Research Specialist, Engr. Hayla Magandia, Senior Science Research Specialist, and Mr. Mowalim Kalim, Science Research Specialist II.


DOST-TAPI Director Attorney Marion Ivy D. Decena and MOST Director, Nasrodin Buisan, RCh, led the ribbon cutting for the Art/Photo Exhibition. The gallery showcased imaginative artworks by the ISP-Basilan student participants, expressing their hope and dreams towards science and technology. It also features captured moments during the activity, the landscape of the province, and the beautiful faces of the Basileños.


The highlight of the activity was the premiere of a documentary entitled Lalem Palayangan (Paglipad nang Malalim). The film features the Invent School Program in Basilan tells the stories of three students and how the ISP changed their perception to dreaming bigger.


MOST is one with DOST-TAPI to deliver stories and inspiration to promote the inventiveness and innovativeness of the Filipino youth.




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