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  • Writer's pictureLeonora Lo-oy

Cong. Mangaoang suggests expansion of livelihood projects to benefit entire communities

Updated: Dec 7, 2021

Tanudan, Kalinga – With the economy slowly opening up, Congressman Allen Jesse Mangaoang told the farmers of Barangays Gaang that the shared service facilities provided by the government is a way to help them start and expand their livelihood project, which in the end will benefit the entire community.

Just recently, the Gaang Tribal Unity for Development received Heirloom Processing Shared Service Facilities from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and the Department of Trade and Industry.

“Daytoy inted iti DTI ken DENR kadakayo ita nga aldaw a myembro iti GATUD ket maysa a pamuspusan tapnu mabalin kayo a mangirugi ken mangpadakkel iti maysa a livelihood project a dakayu met lang iti makinabang,” Mangoang said through his representative, Anjie Baruzo, who delivered his message.

The congressman pointed that the pandemic has greatly affected the people and now that the government is trying to open the economy, almost all government fund is being allocated to social services and employment programs, including livelihood projects.

“We are in the middle of the pandemic, so we must create ample opportunities for our people to help themselves deal with the socio-economic constraints of poverty and unemployment,” he said.

Mangaoang then urged the community to unite and help one another in order to expand the livelihood project given to them.

“Namnamaen yu iti agtul-tuloy a suporta ken tulong tayo para iti adu adu pay a pondo ken proyekto nga ited iti DTI, DA, ken DENR ken daduma pay nga ahensiya iti national government para iti ili tayo a Kalinga,” he added.

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