P900K livelihood projects given to 2 groups in Mati City – Councilor Rabat


Mati City Councilor Eric Rabat has graced the turnover of seed capital fund to two associations in the city for their livelihood projects.

Rabat said the Taguibo Farmers SLP Association and the Untied Hands SLP Association received P900,000 from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) XI.

The Taguibo Farmers got P450,000 for the native chicken production while the United Hands received the same amount for the rice retailing project.

Also present in the event held at Barangay Taguibo Gym were DSWD Field Office XI Regional Director Raquel Nuñez and other city government’s officials.