Villar Foundation: Celebrates its 20th Year of Giving Hope to Helpless thru Livelihood Program3:59 PM
1. Put the coconut husk into the machine that separates the fiber and dust.
2. Manually, separate the fiber to dust using hands.
3. There’s a machine that twine the fiber into the rope. It is a 2-man team in order to create the rope. One that pulls the fiber to make it as a fiber and the other man that rotates the wheel (machine) to turn the fiber into rope.
4. Finally, weave the rope to produce net.
|Ruthilicious and I trying to make a rope|
4. River Station and Livelihood Center (BF Resort Village Barangay Talos Dos). They clean up the garbage and water lily floating to the river to avoid flooding. At this point, they’re able to beautify the river for a better tourist view. And did you know that the other side of the river is already Cavite?! Yeah right, for only P2.00 fare for riding on that woody tricycle (I don’t know how they call it) you will be at Cavite in less than a minute.
For more photos of the Livelihood Program by Villar Foundation, click here.
For more details about Villar Foundation visit their website at http://www.villarfoundation.org/
Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something. ~Author Unknown.