Mayor Imelda “Mel” Aguilar recently graced the opening of Kalipi Livelihood Fair at the Las Piñas City Hall Grounds.
The fair showcases the livelihood projects of Kalipi members from the different barangays of the city.
Food, crafts, clothes, and household products can be bought at the booths up to March 29.
Kalipi is a women’s organization based in the barangays of Las Piñas City with 400 chapters and 25,000 members. It provides livelihood training to empower women in the barangays.
Aguilar is a strong advocate of Kalipi livelihood projects, whose members may avail of subsidies from the city government to start their own business.
The livelihood caravan is a part of Kalipi’s program, in cooperation with the City Social Welfare and Development Office, to celebrate National Women’s Month this March.
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