CBDRP grads get help to work
BONTOC, Mountain Province – The local government provided livelihood assistance amounting to P20,000 each to six graduates of the Community Based Drug Rehabilitation Program (CBDRP).
Social Welfare Officer 3 Stephanie Kanongkong said the amount came from the Anti-Drug Abuse Council Fund.
Municipal Local Government Operations Officer Lourdes Claire Peel hoped for the success of their chosen livelihoods which include poultry raising and welding services as it would greatly benefit their economic status and their life in general.
Bontoc Police Chief Maj. Pedro Tactay encouraged the graduates to contribute to the municipality’s anti-drug campaign by participating in the information campaign and other activities to achieve a drug-free town.
Also present during the turnover are representatives of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-Mountain Province and Barangay Bontoc Ili officials.– Christy Mae F. Che-es