TARLAC CITY — About seven micro enterprises from barangay Bilad in Camiling town received food processing kits from Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).
The distribution is under DTI’s Livelihood Seeding Program-Negosyo Serbisyo sa Barangay (LSP-NSB), a program which aims to help micro enterprises restore and improve their businesses by providing individual package of livelihood kits.
In his message, Mayor Erlon Agustin expressed his gratitude to DTI and advised the beneficiaries to use the kits wisely.
“We thank DTI for its continuous effort and support to our municipality. For the receivers of the livelihood kits, may you take good care of the materials provided by DTI,” Agustin said.
Agustin also shared his vision of making town’s products known globally.
“I hope that someday Camiling products will also be known internationally,” he added.
For her part, DTI Provincial Director Agnes Ramirez assured Camiling MSMEs of the agency’s continuous assistance to them.
“Know that we, in the DTI, will be open to continually guide you and assist your concerns regarding your businesses,” Ramirez said.
To date, DTI’s distribution of livelihood kits in the different municipalities of the province is continuous with strict adherence to the health standards.