By Ralph John Mijares and Edalyn Acta
ROXAS CITY – Capiz Provincial Police Office’s “Bahaynihan” project now includes livelihood aid.
The CPPO said that they aim to augment the beneficiaries’ food supply and provide an extra source of income in the form of turkeys.
Engr. Edgar Agana said that the turkeys have strong resistance which is a good type of livestock that can be used for income.
According to the CPPO, 34 turkeys were distributed on March 29 in the first district.
The beneficiaries were also given lectures on how to raise turkeys by the Office of the Provincial Veterinarian.
The Bahaynihan project was originally just about providing better houses for indigents.
As of March 30, 54 families have benefited from the project.*