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Through the Bottom-up-Budgeting process and with funding support from DOLE, 600 men, women, and youth from grassroots organizations of all basic sectors are expected to learn livelihood skills that could help them access employment and initiate livelihood projects. Training include welding, pipefitting, electrical installation, automotive, electronics repair, plumbing, dressmaking, therapeutic massage, carpentry, masonry, furniture-making, and motorcycle repair.

 

At the start of the training, a orientation was facilitated by the CSO members of the Local Poverty Reduction Action Team (LPRAT) of Iligan City which is co-chaired by EcoWEB Executive Director and Chaired by the City Mayor.

The Iligan Insternational Institute of Technology (IIITI) facilitated the conduct of all training courses. Each trainee has then the option to acquire NC-II certification from TESDA after passing the examination.