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Marginalized workers of Alaminos City to benefit from P500-K worth of DOLE livelihood assistance

The Department of Labor and Employment-Regional Office I released recently P500 thousand worth of livelihood assistance to Alaminos City to engage marginalized workers in profitable self-employment activities. 

Regional Director Nathaniel V. Lacambra handed the check to Mayor Arthur Celeste on May 19, 2017 in a simple awarding ceremony witnessed by DOLE-RO I senior officials and city employees. 

Some 50 farm workers, PWDs, alternative transport service workers and Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries are seen to benefit from the assistance which will be used to fund their bread and pastry production and t-shirt printing.  

Director Lacambra said the products that will be produced by the beneficiaries will be sold at the souvenir shops at the Lucap wharf where tourists who visit the Hundred Island National Park can buy snack, “pasalubong” and mementos.

“The projects will serve as lucrative sources of additional income for the beneficiaries, thus help them improve their economic conditions,” he said. 

 

Sourced from the DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program (DILEEP), the assistance includes tools, raw materials, trainings, social insurance, advisory and marketing support.  END/Arly Sta. Ana-Valdez

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2017-06-01
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