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TUPAD worker beneficiary

"Naga-pasalamat ako kay makabulig po ine san dako sa amon pamilya lalo na sa amon pang-uruadlaw. Damo po gayod na salamat sa DOLE TUPAD kag sa amon LGU,” said Michael Malana, 36 years old of Barangay Real, Monreal, Masbate.


He is among the seventy-three (73) Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/ Displaced Workers (TUPAD) worker-beneficiaries who started rendering work for thirty (30) days in Monreal, Masbate.


Worker-beneficiaries wearing complete personal protective equipment (PPEs) clean the surroundings of the famous Matang Tubig (cold water spring).

Each of them will receive a salary amounting to P310 per day which is the minimum wage rate in the region.


Regional Director Joel M. Gonzales said that as the country reels from the debilitating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, TUPAD program as a post-COVID intervention measure, helps informal sector workers recover from economic displacement and loss of income following a countrywide quarantine to arrest the spread of the virus.


TUPAD is a short-term emergency employment program of the Department of Labor and Employment to mitigate the impact of calamities, disasters and epidemics on workers in the informal economy./ISO PR Code:2020_gud_August_28_TUPAD worker Beneficiary 







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