Kabalikat sa Kabuhayan Farmers’ Training Program graduates in Rosario, Cavite proudly show off their produce.

Tayabas, Quezon—The number of SM Foundation Kabalikat sa Kabuhayan Farmers’ Training Program graduates continues to increase, as batch 204 ended their 12-week training program here and the graduates look forward to forming an association to sustain what they learned in crop cultivation.

Members of batch 204 are optimistic they too can become entrepreneurs, like previous graduates of this livelihood training program institutionalized by the late SM founder Henry Sy Sr.

Their objective of forming an association is supported by project partners namely: Tayabas Parish of St. Michael the Archangel Basilica Minor Social Action Center and the City Government of Tayabas.

Other partners for this batch included the Department of Social Welfare and Development, Department of Agriculture, Harbest Agribusiness Corp., SM City Lucena, SM Markets, and SM City Lucena Cinema, which served as venue for the graduation ceremony.

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