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130 Tanudan students benefit from cash-for-work program

Updated: Aug 1, 2022


Tanudan, Kalinga – To help students who belong to economically challenged families pursue their studies, a cash-for-work program was rolled out in the municipality benefitting 130 students.

The Special Program for Employment of Students or SPES provides temporary employment to financially disadvantaged youth.


Fifty of the 130 students are funded by the Department of Labor and Employment and the rest are under the Local Government Unit of Tanudan.


According to John Ryan Awingan, Executive Assistant to Mayor Jaedicke Rhoss Dagadag, these 130 students were deployed in different barangays in Tanudan during this vacation period.


Their deployment will be over before the opening of classes on August 22, 2022.


In a statement, Mayor Dagadag encouraged the students and the youth in Tanudan to take the opportunity given to them to learn from the workplace they were assigned to.

Dagadag likewise advised the students to do well in their studies and utilize the money they will earn from the program to help their parents.


“Ipapati yu iti aguskwela ken sapay kuma ta usaren yu dagitoy nga opportunities nga makatulong kadagiti nagannak yu ken iti panaguskwela yu,” he said.

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