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AKKK Partylist to propose comprehensive recovery program for MSMEs

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12:08 PM April 20, 2022
AKKK Partylist to propose comprehensive recovery program for MSMEs

AKKK Partylist #107 1st nominee Mufaida “Muffy” Alonto Macatoman at the grand rally in the municipality of Balabagan

MANILA, Philippines — New partylist Ang Kabuhayang Kayang Kaya (AKKK) #107 wants to push for a comperehensive economic recovery program that will help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs).

AKKK, which aims to represent the MSMEs in the Lower House, hopes to pass a legislation that will unveil stimulus packages for the benefit of the pandemic-hit MSMEs.

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“Kasama na doon ang tax relief at puhunan para sa maliliit na negosyo,” said Mufaida “Muffy” Alonto-Macatoman, AKKK Partylist’s first nominee.

With Lanao Del Norte Representative Cong. Abdullah Dimaporo, lanao Del Norte Governor Imelda Quibranza Dimaporo, First lady of Lanao del Sur and Mayorial Candidate Nancy Mutia-Adiong and Lanao del Sur Gov. Bombit Adiong.

AKKK Partylist #107 1st nominee Mufaida “Muffy” Alonto Macatoman with Lanao Del Norte Representative Cong. Abdullah Dimaporo, Lanao Del Norte Governor Imelda Quibranza Dimaporo, First Lady of Lanao del Sur and Mayorial Candidate Nancy Mutia-Adiong and Lanao del Sur Gov. Bombit Adiong.

Macatoman cited that MSMEs compose 99.6 percent of all registered businesses and majority of them were hit hard when the pandemic broek out.

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She vowed to provide MSME’s easier access to government programs and spur the economy.

“Gusto nating magtayo ng kabuhayan centers in the rural areas, where most of them have a hard time accessing opportunities and business programs,” said Macatoman.

AKKK Partylist 1st Nominee Mufaida Alonto-Macatoman at the Municipality of Tamparan LGUs

AKKK Partylist #107 1st Nominee Mufaida Alonto-Macatoman at the Municipality of Tamparan LGUs

“We want to make it easier na matanggal ang red tape when it comes to registration at maraming makarehistro at makaavail ng programs of the government.”

The AKKK Partylist also want to provide training to enhance the business acumen of aspiring entrepreneurs.

“Of course, we want to provide technical training but along with it are financial and business skills din,” she siad.

“Madaming kasing merong kaalamang teknikal pero sa pagnenegosyo, doon sila nawawala at naglalaho ang kanilang kapital dahil hindi alam kung paanong imanage ang negosyo.”

AKKK in Koronadal City

AKKK Partylist #107 in Koronadal City

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