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ANGAT program sets to disburse livelihood assistance to 28 associations, groups this March 22-24

Koronadal City— The Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO) oriented 29 groups for the upcoming livelihood program Alalay sa Negosyo, Ginhawa at Trabaho (ANGAT) as a requirement to avail a start-up capital for small business.

Earl Madres, Community Affairs Officer III, said the sustainable livelihood program is given as a grant to identify beneficiaries in various towns in South Cotabato.

Three associations in Tampakan (Barangay Tablu), City of Koronadal and Norala (Barangay San Miguel) are set to receive P250, 000 to P300, 000 livelihood assistance. At least 25-30 individuals are members of the association.

Meanwhile, ANGAT Program recognized 25 groups as recipients of the program. Each group will receive P100, 000. At least 10 individuals are members of every group.

“Most of the groups and associations will engage on trade and commerce like selling of goods, native delicacies, dried fish and many more,” Madres said.

The turn-over of livelihood assistance is set on March 22-24 at the Protech Center, Alunan Avenue, City of Koronadal.


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