Issue of February 3, 2019

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2 typhoon-hit villages in MP receive support
by Redjie Melvic Cawis / PIA

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – Two typhoon-affected barangays in eastern Mountain Province received cash assistance from the proceeds of a fund raising event.

Presidential Communications Operations Office Asec. Marie Rafael, together with Metro Baguio Practical Shooting Association president Rohel Bilibli, Shilan Shooters Inc. vice president Wilbur Fernando, and other officers and organizers, turned over the cash assistance to barangays Balangao in Natonin and Lias in Barlig.

Balangao Punong Barangay Conrado Limangan and Lias Association president Cirilo Batan and elder William Forosan received P70,000 each.

They thanked the organizers and the donors for the financial support, which will be used to repair the irrigation systems that were totally destroyed.

The people rely mainly on farming as their source of livelihood.

The cash assistance was generated from the 1st Asec. Marie Rafael Cup Shoot for-a-cause held on Jan. 5 and 6 hosted by the Police Regional Office-Cordillera at the Camp Bado Dangwa Shooting Range.

After the devastating typhoon that struck Mountain Province last year, Rafael together with some of her townmates from Mountain Province organized the shoot for-a-cause to raise funds to support the Typhoon Rosita-affected areas.

With the support of the PRO-Cor led by C/Supt. Rolando Nana and the shooters’ associations, the event gathered more than 150 law enforcers and civilian shooters.

Rafael said that more communities are set to receive financial support through the recent activity to help ensure that the lives and the livelihood of those affected will continue.

She added this is also a way to call for support and encourage more donors such as kind-hearted individuals and groups to pour in for the recovery of the typhoon-affected areas in Mountain Province.


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