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San Juan officials lead cash for work orientation 

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San Juan City - Mayor Francis Zamora, along with Congresswoman Bel Zamora and city officials, gathered at the San Juan Gym to attend the Cash for Work Orientation, a joint project between the local government and the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). This initiative aims to provide temporary employment opportunities for residents and address the challenges brought about by the current economic situation.

During the orientation, Mayor Francis Zamora and Congresswoman Bel Zamora highlighted the importance of community support and collaboration in times of crisis. They emphasized that the Cash for Work program not only provides financial assistance but also serves as a way to empower individuals and communities to contribute to the betterment of San Juan City.

A total of 1,423 beneficiaries have been selected to participate in the program. Each beneficiary will receive P5,370 for a 10-day work period, allowing them to earn a living while engaging in projects that contribute to the development and improvement of their communities.


The Cash for Work Orientation provided beneficiaries with comprehensive information about their roles, responsibilities, and the specific projects they will be involved in. It also emphasized the importance of maintaining a safe and productive work environment, adhering to health and safety protocols, and ensuring the quality of their output.

Mayor Francis Zamora expressed his gratitude to the DSWD for their partnership and continuous support in implementing programs that directly benefit the residents of San Juan City. He stressed the importance of providing meaningful opportunities for residents, particularly during challenging times, to help them regain their economic stability and sustain their livelihoods.

The joint efforts of Mayor Francis Zamora, Congresswoman Bel Zamora, and city officials reflect their commitment to creating avenues for economic recovery and social welfare in San Juan City. Through initiatives like the Cash for Work program, they aim to uplift the lives of residents and strengthen the community as a whole.

As the Cash for Work program kicks off, beneficiaries are expected to make valuable contributions to various community projects, such as infrastructure development, sanitation improvement, and beautification initiatives. Their active involvement will not only enhance the physical landscape of San Juan City but also foster a sense of pride, unity, and progress among its residents.


The Cash for Work Orientation in San Juan Gym marks the beginning of an empowering journey for the selected beneficiaries. Mayor Francis Zamora, Congresswoman Bel Zamora, and city officials are committed to providing continuous support and guidance throughout the program, ensuring its success and positive impact on the lives of the participants and the entire community of San Juan City.

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