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Caloocan holds livelihood demonstration 

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The Caloocan City government, under the leadership of Mayor Along Malapitan, conducted a livelihood demonstration program for the residents of Barangay 2. The program aimed to provide additional knowledge and skills that the residents can use in starting their own livelihood.

The program was part of the city's recovery program, which was led by the Public Employment Service Office (PESO) and the Caloocan City Manpower Training Center (CCMTC). The livelihood demonstration showcased various skills and techniques, such as cooking, baking, and handicraft making.

The program was well-received by the residents, who were eager to learn new skills and gain knowledge that could help them in their daily lives. The city government also provided materials and equipment needed for the demonstration, ensuring that the residents had access to everything they needed to learn and practice the new skills.


Mayor Malapitan expressed his gratitude to the PESO and CCMTC for their efforts in organizing the program. He also emphasized the importance of providing opportunities for the residents to learn and improve their skills, especially during these challenging times.

Through this livelihood demonstration program, the Caloocan City government hopes to empower its residents and support them in their journey towards economic recovery and growth.

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