Around 400 Taclobanons completed CLEP's 15-day Livelihood Training

The Community Livelihood and Extension Program (CLEP) of Tacloban LGU held a culmination activity for 399 graduates of short courses such as Food Processing, Baking, Cosmetology, Haircutting, Reflexology, Bartending, Dressmaking, and Silk Screen Printing.

Aside from a Certificate of Completion, those who have completed the course for starting a business will receive livelihood kits from the City Government.

Maabot 400 nag-gradwar han 15-day Livelihood Training han CLEP Nagdumara hin Culmination Activity an Community...

Posted by Tacloban City Information Office on Thursday, August 18, 2022

According to a Facebook post by the city's information office on August 19, CLEP Coordinator Ruena "Weng" Mate is very pleased with the increase in the number of people who are helped and given the opportunity to work through CLEP. 

Mate urged them to put what they learned in training to use, citing the two CLEP graduates, one of whom was able to help his three children graduate from college and the other who plans to open his own bakery in the near future. —iTacloban
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