Police, kin benefit from Beng’s livelihood trainings PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 04 May 2012 14:26

Livelihood training programs initiated by House Deputy Speaker and District I Congresswoman Beng Climaco benefit not only people in the barangays and different communities but also police personnel and their kin.

Some 25 policewomen and wives of policemen culminated their weeklong training on baking and pastry making last May 2 with Cong. Climaco personally distributing their certificates of completion.

Undertaken jointly with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), Cong. Climaco’s livelihood training program has benefited thousands of women and even men in the barangays.

Most if not all of the trainees are now productively using their acquired training on varied livelihood activities.

Climaco has allocated funds for TESDA community training for police women and wives of police men to undergo Pastry Making and Baking for additional income. The training was conducted last April 24, 2012 and ended with a graduation ceremony last May 2, 2012 at the PRO-9 Office in Merecedes.

“We empower the our police force by providing them with a new skill and an alternative source of income. We are happy that our women from the PNP force and the wives of our police men participated in this training because this entitles them to many opportunities in the future, may it be their own small baking business or perhaps a cafe where they could have people eat their pastries,” Cong. Climaco said.

During the graduation ceremony, Cong. Climaco personally handed over the certificates to the graduates. Also present were PRO-9 officials headed by PCSupt. Napoleon Estilles and other officials. — Marvin Segura