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‘Yolanda’ Victims Personally Thank ‘Dinky’ PDF Print E-mail
This was personally conveyed by a beneficiary of ESA to Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Dinky Soliman during the opening ceremonies of Capiztahan Celebration 2015 last April 10.

Another ESA beneficiary, who also received P30,000 for a totally damaged house due to super typhoon Yolanda, hugged Sec. Soliman after conveying her gratefulness in Hiligaynon to the celebration’s guest and speaker.

A Plaque of Appreciation was also given by Roxas City mayor Angel Alan Celino to the DSWD top official in recognition of and gratitude for her sincere commitment and dedication to the welfare of city residents in times of calamity and disaster.

The national government thru the DSWD has also provided affected families of supertyphoon in the province with 25-kilogram of rice as part of the last tranche of rice assistance for Capicenos early this year.

Aside from ESA, rice and food packs, the DSWD has also partnered with UN Habitat for the construction of core shelter units to identified beneficiaries in Roxas City in some towns of the province and employed typhoon victims in its Cash-For-Work program, among others.

During the program, a copy of a Sangguniang Panlalawigan resolution conveying the profoundest appreciation and gratitude to Sec. Soliman for her invaluable assistance to the province in the aftermath of Yolanda was presented by Capiz vice-governor Esteban Evan Contreras II to the cabinet secretary.

“These citations give us strength and inspiration to continue with our work,” Soliman responded, adding that DSWD will be of help even to their critics “who are also Filipinos that need their service.”

The country’s top social worker stressed that she has directed its field workers that no one must be left behind and discriminated in the government’s sustained assistance to uplift the quality of life of the Filipinos.  (JCM/AAL/PIA6 Capiz)
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