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Abra Cops Sell Etag to Support Scholars

Abra cops are making a difference by selling etag to fund scholarships for students in need. Read more about their inspiring initiative!

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Discover how Abra cops are making a difference by selling etag to fund scholarships for students in need. Read more about their inspiring initiative! Photos: PIA-Abra

A Noble Cause Emerges

In the heart of Abra, a province where rolling hills meet vibrant culture, a remarkable initiative is unfolding. Beyond their roles as law enforcement officers, the members of the 2nd Abra Provincial Mobile Force Company (PMFC) are championing a cause close to their hearts: education and opportunity.

With a commitment to community welfare and a resourceful spirit, these officers are not just enforcing the law; they are actively investing in the future of their youth. Through their innovative approach of selling homemade etag, a traditional smoked meat delicacy, they are paving the way for scholars to pursue their dreams without financial constraints.

This is the story of how a simple act of kindness is shaping a brighter tomorrow for the students of Abra, thanks to the dedication of the Abra cops and the PRO-Cordillera.

From Smoked Meat to Scholarships: The Journey Unfolds

Patrolwoman Guadalyn Lagua, a dedicated member of the PMFC, sheds light on their unique approach: "We believe in using what we have to help those in need. Etag, our traditional smoked meat, has become a symbol of hope for students dreaming of a brighter future."

Their journey begins at local trade fairs, where the officers proudly display their homemade etag alongside other products. Every sale contributes directly to their scholarship fund, ensuring that financial constraints do not hinder academic aspirations.

Nurturing Dreams: Impact on Scholars

Through their efforts, the PMFC officers have touched the lives of numerous scholars, including a 24-year-old civil engineering student from Tubo municipality. Recalling their encounter during an anti-insurgency operation, Patrolwoman Lagua shares, "We saw potential in her, and we knew we had to offer our support."

The scholarship program extends its reach to students across various levels, providing not only financial assistance but also encouragement and resources to excel academically.

Beyond Financial Aid: A Comprehensive Approach

The support provided by the PMFC officers goes beyond money. From covering basic needs like boarding house rent and daily allowances to ensuring access to educational materials and extracurricular opportunities, they strive to create an environment conducive to learning and growth.

Paving the Path to Success: Looking Ahead

As the scholars journey toward graduation and beyond, Patrolwoman Lagua expresses optimism for the future: "Our goal is to empower these students to become agents of change in their communities. Whether they pursue engineering or any other field, we are committed to standing by their side."

Conclusion: A Tribute to the Abra Cops and PRO-Cordillera

In the heart of Abra, amid the rolling hills and rich culture, a quiet revolution is underway. Through their innovative approach and unwavering dedication, the officers of the 2nd Abra Provincial Mobile Force Company are not just selling etag; they are cultivating education and opportunity. As they continue on their mission, they remind us that true empowerment begins with a simple act of kindness and a vision for a better tomorrow.

Kudos to the Abra cops and the PRO-Cordillera for their tireless efforts in making a positive impact on their community. Their commitment to supporting scholars and fostering a culture of education is truly commendable and serves as an inspiration to us all.

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