MANAOAG—Fourth District Rep. Christopher de Venecia launched on Sept. 12 the Kabuhayan on Wheels project in the town to provide livelihood opportunities to residents.
De Venecia delivered a customized truck managed by Technical Education Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and accredited schools that will go around his district to teach and train the unemployed on various skills, i.e., facial, make-up, haircut and beauty care services and wellness massage.
“These will serve as their way to uplift their plight against poverty,” De Venecia said.
He said he will continue this tradition of service started by his mom, former Rep. Gina de Venecia, with her project Isang Gunting, Isang Suklay, that provided livelihood in hair cutting.
Mayor Kim Mikael Amador thanked the congressman for bringing this project to their town.
TESDA Provincial Director Joel Pilotin said the project will be their reach-out project by training people in barangays to use their skills. (PhilStar wire service)
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