Issue of November 3, 2019
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Kalinga receives P30 M aid
by Larry Lopez / PIA

TABUK CITY, Kalinga – The province has received P30.032 million livelihood aid under the Tulong Panghanapbuhay para sa Disadvantaged Workers of the Department of Labor and Employment.

DOLE-Kalinga Head Avelina Manganip said the assistance would provide employment to 9,385 beneficiaries affected by typhoons Ompong and Rosita.

The assistance is distributed to the towns with Rizal and Tanudan getting P3.2M and 1,000 recipients each and Pasil and Balbalan each with P2.56M and 800 beneficiaries.

Tinglayan was allotted P2.1M for 685 recipients; the provincial government with P5.4M for 1,700 beneficiaries; and Tabuk City with P10.8M for 3,400 recipients.

Beneficiaries get 10-day emergency work at a rate based on minimum daily wage of P320/day plus personal accident insurance.

Work includes beautification, clean-up, and other community services.

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