Issue of May 14, 2017
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Kin of fallen servicemen take CSBP capacity training

Surviving spouses and dependents of 50 battle or duty casualties of the Philippine National Police and the Armed Forces of the Philippines from the different parts of the country are undergoing capacity training at the Baguio City School of Arts and Trade under the Comprehensive Social Benefits Program(CSBP) of President Rodrigo R. Duterte.

Joycelyn Cabaña of the Department of the Interior and Local Government and CSBP Program Manager for Uniformed Personnel Killed in Action and Wounded in Action outlined that the training is in line with the directive of President Duterte to ensure comprehensive social benefits for heroes and their dependents.

Under the CSBP, PNP or AFP personnel who died while performing their duty are given an outright financial assistance of P250,000 within 24 hours after the spot report is filed.

The capacity training is a requirement for the second tranche of another P250,000 for livelihood assistance, Cabaña said.

In the capacity training, Cabaña said Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas provides a lecture on financial literacy.  Department of Trade and Industry gives an orientation on entrepreneurship while Tesda provides the training.

Tesda Director for Scholarship Management Sonia Lipio outlined the importance of providing the surviving spouses or dependents the necessary livelihood skills competencies such as food processing and fruit preservations that the beneficiaries are taking up in BCSAT, to help them properly manage their resources and sustain it for life.

Since the President took office in July 1, 2016, the program already covered 131 casualties from legitimate police and military operations, Cabaña added.

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