VMA: A pillar for NIR Maritime Industry

One of four seafarers is a Filipino which the VMA Global College is one big contributor to the Philippine’s maritime industry, thus it is indeed the college has become a pillar for nation building especially in Negros Island Region. This, as stated by Angkla Partylist Rep. Jesulito A. Manalo during an inauguration of the newly-renovated Barangay Hall of Punta-taytay, on January 8, which was attended by the city officials led by Rep. Evelio Leonardia of the Lone District of Bacolod.
VMA has pioneered in providing maritime education in the island that already for four decades its graduates have brought back a lot of dollar remittances, obviously has contributed in the economic growth of Bacolod and Negros.
The college will be beneficiary of the ‘Maritime Code’ which Manalo authored in Congress that became into law dubbed the Manalo Law, the first ever maritime law of the Philippines.
Manalo was in the city also for the inauguration of the Barangay Sum-ag Government Center which he donated P3 million from his congressional fund. For the NIR, the province will house the first ever Maritime Industry Authority Regional Office to be built in a year’s time at the Pana-ad Park and Stadium, in Barangay Mansilingan at P60-million peso budget which Manalo also donated.
VMA Global College will be the private agency to partner with MARINA because of its strong and credible track record in the maritime education and industry, Manalo said.*


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