In a bid to inform some beneficiaries about the project and what will be required of them to proceed, Mi Niña held a sensitization meeting with some 6 beneficiaries and their accompanying guardians, a meeting which was originally planned for 15 persons but some did not show up. Project coordinators 1 and 2 briefed those present about the project, taking into consideration AAP(Accountability to affected population). Some beneficiaries expressed their concerns and answers were given to them accordingly. To wrap up the meeting, accompanying guardians of beneficiaries where given consent forms to sign showing approval to use their personal information for funding purposes.
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