Successful Payout Ceremony for DOLE-TUPAD Beneficiaries in San Enrique, Iloilo

In a collaborative effort between the Office of Congressman Jojo Ang of USWAG Ilonggo Party-list and the Office of Congressman Ferj Biron of the 4th District of Iloilo, the municipality of San Enrique witnessed a successful payout ceremony for beneficiaries of the DOLE-TUPAD program. The event, held at the Municipal Cultural, History, Arts, and Tourism Building on January 11, 2024, was attended by local officials and residents alike.

Mayor Trixie Fernandez, in her commitment to supporting programs that uplift the community, graced the ceremony, emphasizing the significance of such initiatives in promoting economic well-being and providing opportunities for the residents of San Enrique.

The DOLE-TUPAD program, a flagship project of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), aims to assist informal sector workers by providing emergency employment opportunities. This collaboration between Congressman Jojo Ang and Congressman Ferj Biron seeks to extend the program’s benefits to the constituents of San Enrique, addressing crucial employment needs in the area.

The payout ceremony was marked by an atmosphere of gratitude and hope as beneficiaries received their compensation for participating in various community projects under the program. The funds distributed are expected to contribute to the financial stability of the recipients and stimulate economic growth within the municipality.

Congressman Jojo Ang and Congressman Ferj Biron expressed their commitment to continuing collaborative efforts that promote the welfare of Ilonggos. They highlighted the importance of such programs in fostering development, reducing unemployment, and creating a positive impact on the lives of the people they serve.

The successful event in San Enrique reflects the dedication of local government officials and the continuous support of the congressmen in addressing the needs of their constituents. As the community looks forward to future initiatives, the DOLE-TUPAD program stands as a testament to the positive impact that collaborative efforts can achieve in fostering sustainable development and improving the quality of life for all.