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Thursday, April 30, 2009


The Livelihood and Cooperative Development Office (LCDO) is steadfast in providing free livelihood trainings.

A two-day training on Meat Processing was conducted in New Kababae recently which was attended by 30 individuals who learned the process of making tocino, longanisa ang ham.

Meanwhile, Barangay Barretto was the beneficiary in the training on rugs and potholder making using the five sewing machines available in the barangay with 10 women completing the training.

The free trainings are still in line with the program of Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. to help alleviate and uplift the lives of the Olongapeños.

“Hindi hadlang ang kahirapan para umangat sa buhay. Immediately after the training, they can already start selling their end-products and start earning extra income,” said Mayor Gordon.

The LCDO is all set to conduct free trainings in Barangay Pag-Asa and Barangay Gordon Heights for the month of May.

Other interested barangays may choose from the following training modules which they deem fit in their area:

Meat Processing
Fish Processing
Fruit Processing
Dimsum Making
Atchara Making
Basic Cosmetology
Massage Therapy Course/ Basic Reflexology
Scented Candle Making
Baking Seminar
Sweet Pastries
Recycled Materials Seminar
Curtain and Throw Pillow Case Making
Liquid Detergent, Powder Detergent and Fabric Conditioner Making
Backyard Farming

The Livelihood and Cooperative Development Office is located at the 2nd Floor of the City Hall Complex or call telephone number 222-3301 local 4123.

More and more Olongapeños are benefitting from the free livelihood training program of Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. where acquired knowledge and skills can be used as source of livelihood.

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