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Livelihood training program helps women in Philippines earn incomes amid pandemic

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Quezon City, Oct 12 (EFE/EPA).- Under a livelihood program amid the coronavirus pandemic, women in a village in Quezon City, Philippines, are earning income by sewing protective suits and face masks that will be turned over to health workers in hospitals. (Camera: ROLEX DELA PENA).SHOT LIST: WOMEN MAKE PROTECTIVE SUITS AND FACE MASKS AT A VILLAGE LIVELIHOOD CENTER IN QUEZON CITY, METRO MANILA, PHILIPPINES.

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