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Livelihood for farmers

Leyte first district Rep. Yedda Marie Romualdez (right) and her husband, Philippine Constitution Association president Martin Romualdez (center) discuss livelihood programs for the agricultural towns in her district with Babatngon Mayor Marife Rondina (second from right) and Sta. Fe Mayor Oscar Monteza (second from left, with his wife Amparo). Rep. Romualdez vowed to support the planting of dwarf coconut trees, which bear fruit in just three years, and provide seminars and starting capital for bee farming businesses in the towns.

Topics: Rep. Yedda Marie Romualdez , Martin Romualdez , Livelihood programs , Mayor Marife Rondina , Mayor Oscar Monteza
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