Nagwalis lang may P5K na! Francis Zamora gives temporary work to jobless San Juan residents
Sweeping the streets in San Juan City can make one earn more than P5,000 in 10 days.
The city government, under the leadership of Mayor San Juan City, is giving temporary work to displaced and disadvantaged residents under the Department of Labor and Employment’s Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (TUPAD).
Under the program, workers can earn P5,370 by doing simple tasks such as sweeping the streets and picking up trash.
Zamora met the grateful beneficiaries of TUPAD Friday at the city hall. During their meeting, he announced there will be more residents who will be given emergency employment as DOLE gave the city government a larger budget for the program.
“Isa po ito sa programang aking ipinagmamalaki at ikinatutuwa sapagkat libo-libo na pong mga kababayan natin ang nabigyan natin ng tulong panghanapbuhay sa San Juan,” the mayor said in a Facebook post.