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24 DILEEP beneficiaries awarded with livelihood assistance
 
VALENZUELA CITY HALL—24 beneficiaries were awarded with livelihood assistance under the DOLE Integrated Livelihood Emergency Employment Program (DILEEP) held Friday, August 3.
 
The activity was organized through the collaborative efforts of the DOLE-NCR CAMANAVA Field Office (CFO) and Valenzuela City Public Employment Service Office (PESO) in its continuous effort to generate more jobs through self-employment.
 
Among the 24 beneficiaries was a Senior Citizen who was given an opportunity to run a new venture and 23 individuals whose existing businesses such as ihaw-ihaw, baby garments making, pizza making, carinderia, curtain making, bibingka making are expected to grow through the grants awarded by the Department.
 
“Nagpapasalamat po ako sa DOLE at kay Mayor Rex para sa oportunidad na mapasama sa programang ito. Asahan nyo pong pagbubutihin kong lalo ang paghandle sa negosyo,” said Diana Rose Hernandez, a 27-year old solo parent who was given a motorized sewing machine and various fabrics for the enhancement of her baby garments making business.
 
Apart from the livelihood grants awarded, the beneficiaries were trained to build their competence in running their business ventures on the following topics: business proposal making, basic bookkeeping, and the traits of entrepreneurs.
 
In closing, DOLE-NCR CAMANAVA Field Office Head Diretor Rowella V. Grande stated that the intent of the government is geared towards poverty reduction through self-employment and job generation. END / Angelica Fresnoza  
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2018-08-03
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