Livelihood Training Program
In 1981, the Marcos administration was able to set up a national program designed to democratize income-generating opportunities through the launching of the Kilusang Kabuhayan at Kaunlaran (KKK) or movement for livelihood and development and Kilusang Sariling Sikap or Self-reliance Movement.
A non-collateral credit for entrepreneurial activities.
With KKK, the Filipino who never enjoyed any credit status was given an opportunity for the first time to receive financial capital. Under the program, around 25,000 entrepreneurial projects, mostly in the rural areas, were supported. Financial assistance for these projects came to about 1.8 billion pesos, covering 500,000 beneficiaries, a great number of whom are the poorest of the poor.