Need money? Mayor Salvador urges constituents to take up seed processing, goat farming
San Jose Mayor Mario Salvador on Monday (May 8) led the training of some 300 beneficiaries in the municipality’s Integrated Community Food Production (ICFP) program.
The beneficiaries were trained on seed collection and processing, food processing, and goat farming.
Aside from the training, each beneficiary received vegetable seeds and a pair of goats that they can propagate.
The ICFP aims to teach the beneficiaries to become more self-sufficient while also giving them more opportunities to increase their income.
The program was initiated by the National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) in cooperation with the San Jose municipal government.#
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