Lapu-Lapu starts distribution of P5K aid to Odette-affected families

17/01/2022 12:26:00 PM

Lapu-Lapu starts distribution of P5K aid to Odette-affected families

Lapu-Lapu starts distribution of P5K aid to Odette-affected families

LAPU-LAPU CITY, Philippines — The Lapu-Lapu City government has already started the distribution of financial assistance to super typhoon Odette-affected families on Sunday, January 16,

Mayor Junard “Ahong” Chan said that first to receive the P5,000 financial assistance were the residents in Olango Island.“Dako akong kalipay kay nagmalampuson ang atong pag-distribute didto sa mainland Olango,” Chan said.(I am happy because our distribution of the financial aid in mainland Olango was successful.)

On Monday, January 17, 2021, the city has continued its distribution of financial assistance to the residents in the islet barangays of Pangan-an, Caohagan, and Caubian.Chan said that there were around 11,000 beneficiaries who qualified for the financial assistance in Olango Island.

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Mayor Junard “Ahong” Chan said that first to receive the P5,000 financial assistance were the residents in Olango Island. “Dako akong kalipay kay nagmalampuson ang atong pag-distribute didto sa mainland Olango,” Chan said. Residents traveling between the two localities made an improvised footbridge that they could use for now. (I am happy because our distribution of the financial aid in mainland Olango was successful. “The Philippine people are strong and resilient.) On Monday, January 17, 2021, the city has continued its distribution of financial assistance to the residents in the islet barangays of Pangan-an, Caohagan, and Caubian. Gov. Chan said that there were around 11,000 beneficiaries who qualified for the financial assistance in Olango Island. Fortunately, the motorists camping outside gasoline stations overnight just to secure fuel for their vehicles, and the long queues in automated teller machines (ATMs), both of which became common sights after the typhoon arrived, were gone.

The financial aid will only be given to indigent families, who own the structure that was destroyed by the typhoon. 2 reinforcing the laws that prohibit the construction in identified setbacks, easement zones, or buffer zones along riverbanks, streams, lakeshores, and seas in the province. He stressed that China and the Philippines are neighbors facing each other across the sea and “partners through thick and thin. The mayor said that they were also targeting to start the financial assistance distribution in mainland Lapu-Lapu within this week. Earlier, the city has allocated P236 million for this purpose. 2 of the governor explicitly banned the repair, construction, and reconstruction of illegal structures on riverbanks and streams and the shores of seas and lakes within three meters in urban areas, 20 meters in agricultural areas, and 40 meters in forest areas, which is in accordance with the Water Code of the Philippines (Presidential Decree No. However, the amount was not enough to cater to more than 83,000 individuals who qualified for financial assistance in the entire city of Lapu-Lapu. China had initially provided P50-million emergency cash assistance to the Philippines to help the government in its relief operations and assist typhoon victims rebuild their homes at an early date. “Nakakita na ta og kwarta. 2021-01). In a separate data compiled by reporters, close to 100 individuals in Cebu lost their lives due to the typhoon’s onslaught.

Naa koy gipangayoan para niana and then, I will let you know after the distribution,” he added. (We have found the money. Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) damaged hundreds of thousands of infrastructures, including illegal structures constructed within the identified setback or easement zones. READ MORE: On Jan. I have someone for that and then I will let you know after the distribution.) RELATED STORIES . The Capitol has also instructed the police and town and component city mayors to enforce the new EO.