Trining Climaco of Taytay, Rizal didn’t even go to high school but had impressive arithmetic skills that she was asked to work at his uncle’s junkshop. After getting married, she and her husband decided to put up their own shop.
After 20 years of cashing in on scrap materials, Trining and her husband were able to pay for their seven kids’ college education. Aside from purchasing trucks for the expansion of their business, they have also managed to buy a house of their own and several vehicles.
In the episode, Trining shares her knowledge and experience with Jun Gonzaga, a garbage collector from Payatas. Jun only earns P200 to P300 a day, barely enough to provide for all of his seven children, one of whom is going to law school.
What will Trining teach Jun in his one day of ‘training’ at her junkshop? How will Jun use the little capital granted to him?
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