TO AID indigenous peoples of Pampanga, the Pampanga Police Provincial Office recently launched the “Talipapa Project.”
The project, which coincided “Duterte Legacy Caravan Project through Convergence of all Government Agencies,” offered various and freshly harvested fruits, vegetables and root crops by the vendors from the Aeta Community in Porac and Floridablanca towns, and Mabalacat City.
Aside from marketing and providing income to IPs, the project boosted the advocacy for healthy diet and lifestyle among the attendees from different police units, local government units, and Advocacy Support Groups and Force Multipliers in Central Luzon.
Pampanga Police Provincial Office vows to bring sustainable and resilient programs for our Kapampangans especially in these trying times.
April 21, 2022
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