Indigenous people in General Nakar receive goods in exchange for their work
Indigenous people from General Nakar received P3,000 worth of goods for their hard work.
They were the beneficiaries of the local government’s Food for Work program.
The goods they received included rice, bread, spaghetti, and laundry soap, among others, acoording to the General Nakar local government.
This was equivalent to their 10 days of work on a fishery project, ornamental gardening, and vegetable planting, it said.
The Food for Work program makes them partners of the local government, it said.
“Sa pamamagitan ng Food for Work program, nagiging kaagapay ng Lokal na Pamahalaan ang mga mamamayan sa pagsasaayos ng kani-kanilang barangay. Bawat serbisyong inilaan ay tinumbasan ng mga food packs, patunay lamang ito na sa mahusay na pagtutuwang at pagtutulungan, patuloy nating makakamit ang pag-unlag ng bayan sa pinakamabilis, matino at mahusay na pamamaraan,” the General Nakar LGU said on Facebook.
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