Caritas program gives livelihood to urban poor, inmates

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By Anna Valmero

MANILA CITY, METRO MANILA— For Salvador Arcanghel, the best display of charity is when you teach someone how to fish so he could “feed” himself or herself forever.

Caritas Manila’s ‘Skils’ project conducts livelihood training for urban poor families and inmates around Metro Manila, aiming to equip people especially the marginalized groups such as prisoners and those in urban communities.

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dangerene loren valdez Quilala says:

good evening,,ako po ay COmmuniy organizer ng Bagong silang CaloocN CITY.nag ttrabaho po sa CHILDHOPE ASIA PHILIPPINES na mtatagpuan po sa paco manila..ask ko lng po.pwede po ba kming mKI TIE UP SA INYO REGARDING PO SA SKILLS TRAINING PRA PO SA MGA NA IDENTIFIED NMING out of school children ng bagong silang caloocan at batasan hills po?..ages 13 – 17 years old po sila.heto po ung no. ko 09071718999 .mrming salamat po!! GOD Bless ol of u!!