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Facemask production

Facemask production

The municipality of Itogon, Benguet, through the initiative of LARNS Hills Association of Ampucao tailors, places a bulk order of washable facemasks for the local community. LARNS is a recipient of the Trade Department’s Shared Service Facility program. Over 3,000 pieces of facemasks In Kalinga are produced in a week while entrepreneurs from other provinces are also sewing masks to augment shortage in the area. Kalinga’s Carol Lines Ethnic Fashion, Balik-Tribo Fashion Accessories, Kinwa Etnika Handicrafts, Jajie’s Native Fashion & Ifka’s Weaving and other members of the Chamber of Kalinga Producers Inc. are also donating their resources, time and effort to frontliners doing extra work to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Topics: Facemasks , COVID-19 , LARNS Hills Association of Ampucao , Carol Lines Ethnic Fashion , Balik-Tribo Fashion Accessories
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