VP Leni Robredo Leads The Turnover Of Donations In Marawi City

VP Leni Robredo Leads The Turnover Of Donations In Marawi City

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Vice President Leni Robredo led the turnover of donations to the residents of Marawi City, particularly the beneficiaries of the Angat Buhay Village, during her visit there on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019.

These included homeware products for the 72 households of the Angat Buhay Village, which were donated by IKEA through the Embassy of Sweden, as well as cloth donated by the Rotary Club of San Juan del Monte, which were given to the Dayawan Handicraft Group and dressmakers in the Angat Buhay Village.

Photo Source: Jay Ganzon / OVP

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