Livelihood set for displaced workers, jobless indigents

By: Edith Colmo

THE provincial government of Capiz will provide a livelihood for the displaced workers from the suspended quarry operators and other jobless indigents. Castro said he has coordinated with the offices of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and the Department of Labor and
Employment (DOLE) to conduct THE Office of Civil Defense (OCD) 6 (Western Visayas)
has ordered local disaster risk reduction and management councils (DRRMCs) to assess
the structural integrity of their an orientation regarding the jobs offered through the “Cash for
Work” program.

He has also created a group that will roam around the province to identify or screen
who will be qualified to benefit from the program.
The group is comprised of a senior citizen, a retired public school teacher who infrastructures to ensure their safety and resilience.

OCD-6 Director Jose Roberto Nuñez issued Memorandum 63 on July 27 shortly after a magnitude 7
has no derogatory record, a social worker from DSWD, and representatives from the local government unit and the provincial government.
Earlier, the governor ordered to suspend the quarry operations as operators failed to comply with their responsibility of replenishing the trees damaged by quarrying.*