SENSE OF HOPE AND DIGNITY. Anthony David Critchley of the Australian Business Volunteers discusses with newly-elected city councilor Joe Perez and Lingkod Barangay Office chief Ruel Barrios where they can work together to provide livelihood assistance and entrepreneurship training to Naga City’s marginalized sector. Early this week, Critchley turned over 141 sets of solar-powered bulbs that can last for two years to indigent households in the city and initially dispersed 4 heads of cattle to selected farmers in the rural upland barangays of San Isidro and Panicuason through funds Mr. Critchley sourced from various donors in Australia. He has been going back and forth for about five years now to other places in the country, such as Bohol, Legazpi and Naga City where he looks for every opportunity to bring material assistance, as well as chance for the marginalized sector to regain their sense of hope and dignity. LBO PHOTO