Here’s how Belmonte plan to solve QC’s problems more effectively
Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte will try a different approach in solving problems of Quezon City when she gets elected as mayor next year.
The lady politiko said she will seek closer collaboration with various government agencies and the private sector in addressing the socioeconomic problems of the city, such as poverty and housing.
“Partnerships will be beneficial for us and if I become the mayor. I want to initiate more partnerships with government agencies and with the private sector,” Belmonte said.
She said the city government could maximize the use of its resources through cooperative agreements and creation of inter-agency bodies to focus on issues, such as poverty alleviation, public housing, education and criminality.
“I think all our problems in terms of poverty mitigation, housing, livelihood education… these can all be solved with proper partnerships with the private sector, the non-government organization sector and with the public sector,” she said.
Belmonte said the city government could work out agreements with include Department of Labor and Employment, Technical Education and Skills Development Administration and other related agencies.