To promote health and livelihood, Ms. Marita L. Torillo, TESDA Community Based Trainor Association of Bulacan demonstrated her skills, and know-how in Ginger Tea, Pickled Kangkong, and Pickled Sayote Making. The livelihood training received positive response that most of the participants requested for a copy of presentation.

The activity was attended by 86 participants from 20 unorganized and 19 organized companies in the region, including participation of the Branch’s social partners – Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB) represented by Ms. Donia G. Alonzo, Department Manager, Community Services Department.

Regional Director Cynthia C. Foncardas expressed her appreciation to all attendees and hopes that the Branch will have the opportunity to conduct Orientation Seminar on LMC, and GM-VA programs to the participating companies in the coming months.