Every household in Caloocan City is set to receive a P1,000 financial aid from the local government, mayor Oscar Malapitan said Tuesday.
Every household in Caloocan City is set to receive a ₱1,000 financial aid from the local government, mayor Oscar Malapitan said Tuesday.
The Luzon-wide lockdown, initially scheduled to end on April 13, was extended until April 30 to further help curb the spread of COVID-19."Walang pipiliin basta lahat ng household ay makakatanggap ng tulong pinansyal buhat sa inyong lokal na pamahalaan," Malapitan said in a
Facebook post.[Translation: We will not choose beneficiaries, as all households can expect to receive this financial assistance from the local government.]The mayor added that the initiative is still apart from the social amelioration program of the national government. Under the said national program, low-income households will be given ₱5,000-P8,000 cash aid by the Department of Social Welfare and Development.
According to Malapitan, the ₱1,000 per household will be distributed this April after the DSWD dispenses the social amelioration packages.“Inaasikaso na ang mga dokumento para agaran nang maiimplementa at mahatiran ng karagdagang tulong ang mga Caloocaño,” he said.
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