AKO BICOL visits scholars and graduates

Deputy Minority Leader and Ako Bicol Party List Rep. Alfredo A. Garbin, Jr. personally visited the scholars and graduates under the Special Training for Employment Program (STEP), a commitment between Ako Bicol Party List and TESDA, who chose to volunteer in the mass production of face masks upon receipt of their individual sewing machine, thus, for dispersal to those affected by the continued ash fall from Mayon Volcano.


It is such a sight to behold, not only when victims help their fellow victims, but more importantly when they think of others’ welfare over their own personal interests. A great way to prove our selflessness and resilience even at the most trying times.

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