KONKA Holds Presentation for Livelihood Products

The Kababayen-an sa Opon nga Nagkahiusa alang sa Kalamboan or KONKA recently held an exciting event in Basak, Lapu-Lapu City. To present their products, the women’s group held a fun ‘barrio fiesta’-themed program. The event gathered under one roof the group’s members from the different barangays in Mactan.

Gracing the event was none other than Cong. Paz Radaza of the Lone District of Lapu-Lapu City. During her speech, she asked the members to continue working hard and to never give up. She also asked the guests to support local sellers and businesses, especially in these trying times.


The Kababayen-an sa Opon nga Nagkahiusa alang sa Kalamboan women’s group has been around since 2010. With the support of Cong. Paz Radaza, the group has grown greatly over the years.

Konka Pres Mary Jane Cahilog
Cong. Paz Radaza

The group is not just a simple circle of local women. In fact, aside from meetings and other activities, the group has helped empower women to succeed. In addition, free training had been given to members. Also, they were asked to join projects to help keep the city safe, clean, and beautiful.

Product Presentation

The KONKA event was held at the gym of Barangay Basak in Lapu-Lapu City. There, the products were displayed per cluster. The clusters, made up of several barangays, got to display the most popular dishes and products that they want the world to know about.

A display by one of the four clusters
Konka Pres. Cahilog and Cong. Paz Radaza answer questions from the media about the event.
Cong. Paz Radaza talks to a member of the media about one of the products on display.
An event guest taste-tests the dishes offered in one of the four clusters.

Home-made Products

Here are some of the products that KONKA members created. You can now enjoy these products in the comfort of your home:

Order today and support the women of Lapu-Lapu City. Check out the photos for the contact number. Also, you may contact Konka to place your order.

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  1. November 19, 2020

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