MNTC provides livelihood training program to Segment 10 residents
Date Posted : November 11, 2016
Some 25 Caloocan residents proudly hold their certificates after finishing a livelihood program provided by the Manila North Tollways Corporation (MNTC) and Ang-Hortaleza Foundation Inc. (AHFI). The livelihood project is part of MNTC’s corporate responsibility program which aims to uplift the lives of residents in MNTC’s host communities.
Caloocan is one of the cities that will be traversed by the NLEX Harbor Link Segment 10 Project, a 5.65km elevated expressway designed to provide 24/7 direct access between the port area and the northern provinces of Luzon through NLEX. In photo are (from 3rd right, seated) AHFI program manager Aui Manalang-Hornedo, MNTC assistant vice president for corporate communication Kit S. Ventura, Caloocan City Urban Affairs officer-in-charge Engr. Noemi Obina, and MNTC CSR manager Cherry P. Dela Rea.
The five-day cosmetology course (inset photo shows practical training), includes basic techniques on haircutting, hair coloring, hot oil application, manicure, pedicure, and foot spa. A certificate of completion was issued to each graduate --- equivalent to TESDA's certification, which is recognized for overseas employment.