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  • Writer's pictureChristian Malnawa

P2M benefits 385 TUPAD recipients in Tinglayan

Tinglayan, Kalinga – After rendering 10-day of cleaning and clearing operations in designated areas in Tinglayan municipality, 385 iTinglayans finally reaped their monetary rewards in a pay-out held Thursday, May 16.


The recipients received each P4,300, following the prescribed minimum daily wage in the Cordillera Region which is P430.


According to Larae Lactao, the beneficiaries came from five barangays of Tinglayan.


These comprise 107 individuals from Basao, 105 from Dananao, 80 from Belong-Man-ubal, 47 from Old Tinglayan, and 46 from Buscalan.

The recipients have been involved in the cleaning of roads, canals, riverside, community pathways, and schools, while some perform other works based on the needed services of their barangay local government units.


Spearheading the distribution of wages at said event were Senior Labor Employment Officer Amper Barcellano, Municipal Administrator Ramon Dungoc on behalf of Mayor Sacrament Gumilab, Vice-Mayor Rogelio Tambalong, SB Miguel Atumpa, and Municipal PESO-Designate Bonalyn Ewad.


In the coming months, other barangays shall also benefit from the program, as the local government of Tinglayan has committed to lobbying for more funds from various agencies and officials to not just aid more displaced workers in the municipality but also foster skill development, productivity, and livelihood opportunities.