Tindak Sugbo: Pedaling for the People, Planet and Future: “Examining Local Needs vs PDAF or Pork Barrel Spending, Towards Government Expenditure for Sustainable Local Commons”

The Psychology Volunteers on Bikes represented by core members Daryl Mishka Watin, Monica Gloria Manluluyo and Edna Lee gave a talk on Tindak Sugbo: Pedaling for the People, Planet and Future: “Examining Local Needs vs PDAF or Pork Barrel Spending (Priority Development Assistance Fund), Towards Government Expenditure for Sustainable Local Commons”. There were 122 participants from the College of Management, Business and Accountancy, Department of Accountancy. They were students from the accounting, finance and taxation classes of The Cebu Institute of Technology University. The talk was held at The Case Room, CIT Main Campus, Cebu City.

A group photo of the student organizers and the core group members of the 
Psychology Volunteers on Bikes
Daryl Mishka Watin, co-founder of the Psychology Volunteers on Bikes talks to 
the students about the PDAF.