Trade and Industry Development Specialist Jonalyn A. Adaya; facilitating the event and explaining the provisions written in the Pledge of Commitment

The DTI Rizal, through the Negosyo Center Antipolo, conducted another awarding of livelihood kits under its Pangkabuhayan sa Pagbangon at Ginhawa (PPG) Program. The beneficiaries were ten (10) microenterprises from the different municipalities of the province of Rizal.

Here is the list of beneficiaries who were awarded livelihood kits:

  1. Emelyn E. O’Dell (Glofon Herbal Medicine)
  2. Eva F. Pirote (F. Pirote Food Products Manufacturing)
  3. Irene P. Belleras (Dan Niel’s Food Product)
  4. Jeaneete Frances D. Gallo (Concepto Cafe and Events Management Inc.)
  5. Malou A. Zamora (Zamora Rugs Manufacturing)
  6. Margaret D. Romaraog-Campos (Maflor Home of Healthy Foods)
  7. Maria Divina L. Ramos (Master Gian Food Products)
  8. Patrick K. Mendoza (Moolk Creamery Corp.)
  9. Virginia C. Alonsabi (Kime Shoes and Slippers)
  10. Fawziyyah D. Maridul (Malingkat Enterprise)

The awarding event was facilitated by DTI-Rizal Provincial Office personnel, namely: Michael C. Avisado (PPG Support Staff), Jocelyn A. Ferrer (PPG Support Staff), and Jonalyn A. Adaya (Technical Industry Development Specialist).

DTI Rizal together with one of the livelihood kit beneficiaries.

Prior to the awarding of items, registration, attendance, and filling out PPG forms (Acknowledgement Receipt and Pledge of Commitment) were accomplished by the beneficiaries.

The welcome remarks were conducted by Trade and Industry Development Specialist Jonalyn A. Adaya; she also explained the provisions written in the Pledge of Commitment, which is to be signed by all of the beneficiaries. TIDS Adaya also gave a brief run-down of the current status of the PPG program. Then, it was followed by photo opportunities and the awarding of the livelihood kit.

Date of Release: 28 December 2022