DSWD patuloy ang pamamahagi ng tulong sa Typhoon ‘Niña’ survivors

  • May 18, 2017
  • Francisco B. Tumalad Jr.

LUNGSOD NG SORSOGON, Mayo 18(PIA)—Magpapatuloy ang pamamahagi ng  Department of Social Welfare and Development Regional Office ng ayudang pinansyal o Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA) sa mga pamilyang nawalan ng tahanan nang manalasa ang bagyong Niña sa Kabikolan nung nakaraang Disyembre.

 

Ayon kay DSWD Regional Director Arnel Garcia, namahagi na sila ng pangunang bayad na nagkakahalaga ng P 5,000- P27,257 sa mahigit 50 libong residenteng nagsisikap na muling maitayo ang tahanan na winasak ng bagyo.

 

Sa tulong pinansyal ng DSWD, maari na silang makabili ng mga kagamitan para sila ay makabangon at makapagsimulang muli.

 

Naglaan naman ang pamahalaan ng  P10,000 para sa mga bahagyang  napinsala ang tirahan.

 

Kaugnay nito, nanawagan si Garcia sa publiko  at sa mga benipisyaryo ng ESA na maging mahinahon at lawakan ang kanilang pang-unawa sapagkat ginagawa aniya ng kanilang tanggapan ang lahat upang lahat ng lihitimo at naapektuhang pamilya ay makakatanggap ng emergency assistance.

 

Siniguro ni Garcia na lahat ng benipisyaryo ay kabilang sa listahang isinumite ng lokal na pamahalaan na sumailalim sa masusing pagsusuri at balidasyon ng DSWD field workers.

 

Naghihintay na lamang aniya ang kanilang tanggapan ng natitirang balanseng ibubuhos ng Department of Budget and Management.

 

Tiniyak ni Garcia na sa oras na dumating ang pondo ay awtomatiko na nilang ipapamahagi ang  P25,0000 para sa ganap na nawasak ang tirahan habang P10,000 para naman sa bahagya lamang ang sira ng tahanan.(EAD/FBTumalad, PIA 5/Sorsogon)


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