As Cuneta Elementary School’s Project Zero Drop-Out (ZeDro) continues, it’s intervention programs commenced. One of the interventions under this project is the Livelihood Program. Through the leadership of Mrs. Eufrocina Melody D. Cortez, Master Teacher I, and Mrs. MaryJoy M. Samarro, Teacher II, CES’ Livelihood Program persisted. This was made possible by the continuous support of the school head, Mrs. Genalin S. Ong, and the school’s stakeholders: Brgy. Capt. Noel Javelosa who shouldered the food for the participants. Some of our parents and school teachers also extended financial support on this program. The program took place on the 27th of January, 2021 at 9:30 AM. 10 parent-attendees were trained by our focal persons in making dishwashing liquid which they will sell. After the training, our guests, Public Schools District Supervisor of Cluster 7, Dr. Norminah Hadji-Yunnos, and EPS-EPP Mr. Ramil Dorol who gave words of encouragement to the attendees. Ma’am Ong also delivered a closing remark. The said program aims to train indigent parents in entrepreneurship which they can apply in providing for their kids’ financial and academic needs. Each parent-attendee received a package of dishwashing kits as their starting capital. The profits will be used in providing their children academic needs which is the mobile data allowance. Through this, they would be able to attend their online classes.

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