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Monday, March 08, 2010

Anne Gordon Invites Housewives To Free Livelihood Lessons

‘‘Muli akong nananawagan sa mga kababaihan, lalo na ang mga ina ng tahanan na makilahok at matuto sa tuloy-tuloy na libreng livehood training programs na ibinibigay ng Pamahalaang Lungsod ng Olongapo sa pamumuno ni amyor James “Bong” Gordon Jr. sapagkat ang mga kasanayan na inyong matututunan ay maaaring makatulong sa kabuhayan ng inyong pamilya o magamit upang makapagtayo ng sariling negosyo, ” said known advocate of women empowerment Olongapo First Lady and Zambales Vice-Governor Anne Marie Gordon.

For the month of March alone, the Livelihood Cooperative and Development Office has lined up the following free lessons:

Meat Processing - March 4-5

Basic Cosmetology w/manicure,
Pedicure and Foot Spa - March 8-12

Flip-Flop Slipper Making - March 16-20

Chocolate Candies Making - March 18

Dimsum Making - March 23-24

Aroma Candle Making - March 26

“Ang programang ito ni Mayor Gordon ay malaking tulong at malaking tipid sa mga nais matuto ng iba’t-ibang kasanayan. Kailangan lamang nilang magpatala dito sa LCDO at libreng madadagdagan ang kanilang kaalaman,” said Aileen Sanchez, head of LCDO.

Currently, beneficiaries of the said program has reached more than six thousand and counting, including the out-school-youth, Small to Medium Entrepreneurs and the producers of Gawang Gapo which provides the opportunity to budding entrepreneurs to showcase their products for 5 days at the lobby of the Olongapo City Hall.

Thru the initiative of Mayor Gordon, a two-story Livelihood Training Center located at Ohio St., Kalaklan was constructed and now serves as the official venue where enrollees learned practical livelihood knowledge and skills from competent LCDO and TESDA trainers.

For more details and inquiries about the free livelihood trainings, visit the LCDO at the second floor of the Olongapo City Hall.

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