The Provincial Government of Pangasinan brought the Pamanang Yaman, Produktong Pangasinan in Malasiqui on November 5.
Pamanang Yaman Produktong Pangasinan which aims to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) recover and bounce back from economic loss due to COVID-19, is part of the Abig Pangasinan Program, a brainchild project of Governor Amado I. Espino III.
“This program of our Governor Espino, Pamanang Yaman Produktong Pangasinan, is a great help to small enterpreneurs because small enterpreneurs need big help from the government in order to showcase their products. Kailangan nila ng tulong para tumaas ung sales nila lalo na ngayong pandemic,” said Malasiqui Mayor Noel Anthony M. Geslani.
The program also aims to market and promote locally-made products such as woven products, bagoong products, chips, puto, longganisa, dried seafood, and other Pangasinan-made products through the rolling store.
“Ang kagandahan nito ay nalalaman natin kung ano ang produkto ng Pangasinan, at nakikita, gagamitin, at kakainin nila ang mga produkto natin. Hindi na kailangang pumunta sa ibang bayan o lalawigan para kumuha, at kahit sa panahon ng COVID-19, nalalasap pa rin natin ang ating mga produkto sa murang halaga,” said Ma. Elena D. Macaraeg, Tourism Officer-Designate of Malasiqui.
The Pamanang Yaman, Produktong Pangasinan is held at the Arenas Civic Center in Malasiqui until tomorrow, November 6, from 8 a.m to 5 p.m.
Also present during the event were Malasiqui Vice Mayor Armando Domantay, Sr., and Provincial Population Cooperative, and Livelihood Development Officer Ellsworth Gonzales.
/Diane A. Tinambacan