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1,500 TUPAD workers to start employment in Navotas 

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In the coming days, 1,500 Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (TUPAD) beneficiaries will start their employment in Navotas City. The NavotaAs Hanapbuhay Center will announce the opening of slots for interested individuals, so it is advised to stay updated on their announcements.

This employment opportunity was made possible through the funding provided by Congressman Toby Tiangco, for which Navotas City Mayor John Rey Tiangco expresses gratitude. The TUPAD program aims to support disadvantaged and displaced workers by providing temporary employment and income-generating opportunities.

The TUPAD workers will be engaged in various projects and activities that contribute to the improvement and development of Navotas City. These projects can include community clean-up drives, infrastructure repairs, beautification initiatives, and other labor-intensive tasks that benefit the community as a whole.


The NavotaAs Hanapbuhay Center plays a crucial role in coordinating and facilitating the TUPAD program. They ensure that eligible individuals are given equal opportunities for employment and are matched with suitable projects according to their skills and capabilities.

Congressman Toby Tiangco's funding for the TUPAD program highlights his commitment to addressing the needs of the community and supporting initiatives that promote employment and economic stability. By investing in such programs, Congressman Tiangco aims to create more job opportunities and improve the livelihood of Navoteños.

Mayor John Rey Tiangco recognizes the importance of providing employment opportunities for the residents of Navotas City, particularly during challenging times. The TUPAD program not only offers temporary employment but also helps individuals develop their skills, gain experience, and enhance their employability in the long run.

The TUPAD program serves as a bridge for workers who may have experienced temporary job loss or displacement due to various circumstances. By participating in the program, individuals have the chance to earn income while contributing to the improvement of their community.


Through the TUPAD program, the NavotaAs Hanapbuhay Center, together with the support of Congressman Toby Tiangco, aims to empower workers and create a positive impact on the lives of the beneficiaries. The program aligns with the city's commitment to providing opportunities for economic growth, stability, and inclusivity.

As the TUPAD workers begin their employment, they will not only contribute to the development of Navotas City but also gain valuable experience and skills that can enhance their future career prospects. The program aims to equip individuals with the necessary tools and resources to become more competitive in the job market.

The start of employment for the 1,500 TUPAD workers marks an important milestone in Navotas City's ongoing efforts to promote economic empowerment and provide opportunities for its residents. With Congressman Toby Tiangco's funding and the commitment of the local government, the TUPAD program is set to make a positive impact on the lives of the beneficiaries and contribute to the overall development of the city.

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