TACLOBAN CITY – City Vice Mayor Jerry “Sambo” Yaokasin said that construction of a multi-purpose building funded by a women’s group is expected to be finished by December of this year. The construction of the building is funded by the Inner Wheel Club International, the world’s biggest international women organization, to the tune of P2.6 million. The construction of the building started last month. “This is one their contribution to the Yolanda victims in the city. We are happy that they provided it for free and we also asked the permission from Mayor Alfred Romualdez if we can construct the building which he gladly allowed,”Yaokasin said.

According to the vice mayor, the first floor of the building will serve as a multi-purpose and livelihood training center while a museum and library for climate change will be located at the second floor. It covers 94 square meters and is located adjacent to the city legislative building. “Materials, documents and any resources that will create awareness on climate change are already available for the library,” Yaokasin said.
The library may also be visited by students for their field trip and educational tour, he added. For the training center, Yaokasin said that they can tie up with the Technical Education Skills Development Authority and even their donors may provide them facilitators for livelihood trainings. (ROEL T. AMAZONA)