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Gov. Niño Uy Leads Relief Efforts for Mati City’s Transport Workers, Farmers, and Fishermen

Governor Niño Uy took the lead this morning, April 12, in distributing relief goods to 3,000 members of the transport sector, farmers, and fishermen across various areas of Mati City. This initiative forms part of the Provincial Government’s livelihood intervention for the community’s vulnerable sectors, particularly during these challenging times marked by the scorching heat of the sun impacting daily earnings.

Governor Uy expressed his administration’s dedication to providing essential assistance to residents, acknowledging the widespread difficulties faced by many in the current circumstances.

“Rest assured that I, along with our Provincial Government, remain committed to tirelessly seeking ways to improve the lives of our people. Not only through these subsidies but also through our various programs aimed at sustaining livelihoods and bolstering the economy throughout the province,” Governor Uy stated during a speech delivered to beneficiaries gathered at the Capitol Covered Court.

The governor highlighted ongoing collaboration with national agencies such as the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) to extend further beneficial initiatives and programs to the people of Davao Oriental.

Recently, the Provincial Government initiated the distribution of livelihood projects valued at P6 million to various associations across Davao Oriental.

The Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO) indicated that the distribution of relief funds will continue, focusing on providing assistance to different sectors of society, especially those who are underprivileged and in need.

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