BOAC, Marinduque — Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-Marinduque distributed livelihood kits containing various goods worth P8,000 to 30 store owner’s beneficiaries at Marinduque National High School (MNHS) Covered Court on May 2.
The store owners who were from Barangays Cawit (Boac), Tiguion (Gasan), Lamesa and Hinadharan (Mogpog) firstly underwent profiling by DTI Marinduque before they were selected to be included as beneficiaries of the said program.
Acknowledgement of receipt of goods and pledge of commitment was signed by the 30 beneficiaries ensuring that the latter received the kit and will address the terms and conditions presented by DTI.
The event is part of the ‘Pangkabuhayan sa Pagbangon at Ginhawa’ of the agency which is focused on livelihood and entrepreneurship programs for its beneficiaries.
In an interview with Provincial Director of DTI Marinduque Roniel Macatol, he states that the program aims to help small entrepreneurs in various sectors affected by various causes and that the contribution of these store owners is recognized because they are the ones who provide affordable goods for consumers in their area.
Aside from the distribution of livelihood kits, Negosyo Center Branch Coordinators Nicca Mae Seño and Lessiedhel Murillo discussed topics on financial literacy, online payment, e-commerce towards the beneficiaries. P3 loan validator Ana Katrina Loto meanwhile discussed terms about loan application. — Marinduquenews.com
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