I first met Ricky Sasing during one of my Purok visits to Brgy. San Vicente. He shared with me the story of the tragic accident that led to the loss of his leg. His immobility made it difficult to support his wife and five children. And yet, back then, he was still hopeful, smiling, and determined. Duke Frasco Liloan and I met him again during the campaign.
Through our social welfare program in Liloan, Ricky has since been the recipient of a prosthetic leg. Through or scholarship program, one of his children is also a scholar of Liloan.
He visited me yesterday to say he is adjusting well to his new leg, and that his children are happy to see him walk again.
We will be including Ricky in our livelihood program for PWDs that he may continue to provide for his family and walk with them towards a stable future full of hope.?