Cooking Class Batch 2

March 24, 2022

Something good is coming!​​​​​​​​
This week we are starting to do second batch cooking training with different locations in the village area.
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We are thinking about how we can help them to have income while they are struggling with a financial problem. Because they are living in small villages near a lake where there are some catfishes around, we decide to teach them how to make catfish floss (abon ikan patin). It would encourage them to sell it easily since they can find the catfish nearby their houses.
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Looking forward to this weekend as we will start trying to teach them the cooking training class.

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