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Navotas holds profiling of over 3,000 TUPAD beneficiaries

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Navotas City - More than 3,000 residents of Navotas have undergone the Profiling and Deduplication process for the Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (TUPAD) program. The selected applicants will be part of the 6th batch to receive opportunities for livelihood under the program. The evaluation took place yesterday, June 5, and today, June 6.

TUPAD is an initiative under the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) that aims to provide emergency employment to individuals who have lost their livelihood. Working hand in hand with the program are the office of Congressman Toby Tiangco and the NavotaAs Hanapbuhay Center.

The Profiling and Deduplication process is a crucial step in identifying the beneficiaries of the TUPAD program. It ensures that the assistance reaches those who are truly in need and have been displaced from their jobs or faced disadvantages. The evaluation conducted on June 5 and 6 involved assessing the qualifications and circumstances of the applicants to determine their eligibility for the program.


The TUPAD program serves as a lifeline for individuals who have experienced economic setbacks, providing them with temporary employment and income to sustain themselves and their families. By offering opportunities for livelihood, the program aims to alleviate the financial burdens faced by affected Navoteños and help them regain their footing.

The collaboration between the local government, led by Congressman Toby Tiangco, and the NavotaAs Hanapbuhay Center demonstrates a unified effort to support the disadvantaged and displaced workers in the community. By working hand in hand with DOLE, they are able to effectively implement the TUPAD program and ensure that the benefits reach the intended beneficiaries.

Through programs like TUPAD, Navotas City continues to prioritize the welfare of its residents, especially those who have faced economic challenges. By providing emergency employment and assistance, the local government and its partners aim to empower individuals to rebuild their lives and create a more resilient community.

The implementation of the TUPAD program and the ongoing efforts to support disadvantaged and displaced workers reflect Navotas City's commitment to addressing the needs of its constituents and promoting inclusive growth and development.


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