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11 Malabong residents get livelihood assistance 

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In a heartwarming event held on Friday, 11 individuals from various sectors joyfully received livelihood assistance under the Department of Labor and Employment's (DOLE) Integrated Livelihood Program (DILP). The program aims to provide qualified beneficiaries with opportunities to establish their own businesses or livelihood ventures, uplifting their families from poverty.

Among the beneficiaries, eight individuals were awarded with 17 sacks of rice, valued at Php 20,000 each, while three others received food carts amounting to Php 30,000 each. The provision of these livelihood resources is expected to empower the beneficiaries and enable them to generate sustainable income for their families.

The DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program is a collaborative effort between the Department of Labor and Employment and the Public Employment Service Office (PESO). Through this partnership, the program identifies eligible individuals and provides them with the necessary support to kickstart their entrepreneurial journey.


The ceremony, attended by local officials and representatives from DOLE and PESO, showcased the commitment of the Malabon City government to improve the lives of its residents. Mayor Jeannie Sandoval expressed her gratitude to DOLE and PESO for their invaluable assistance in implementing the DILP and supporting the city's residents in their pursuit of economic stability.

Mayor Sandoval emphasized the significance of the program, stating that it not only provides financial aid but also promotes self-sufficiency and empowerment among the beneficiaries. She commended the dedication and hard work of the recipients, highlighting their determination to uplift their families and contribute to the growth of the community.

The DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program plays a vital role in addressing poverty and unemployment by equipping individuals with the necessary tools and resources to establish sustainable livelihoods. Through the program, beneficiaries are given the opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial skills, access financial assistance, and receive ongoing support and guidance to ensure the success of their ventures.

As the livelihood assistance reaches the 11 deserving individuals, Mayor Sandoval emphasized the city's unwavering commitment to providing opportunities for economic advancement. She encouraged other residents to explore the various programs and services offered by the local government and its partner agencies to improve their quality of life.


The successful implementation of the DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program in Malabon City serves as a testament to the collective efforts of government agencies, local officials, and community members working together to uplift marginalized sectors and create a more inclusive society. It is a reflection of the city's dedication to building a strong and resilient community where every resident has the opportunity to thrive.

With the support and continued collaboration between the government and its stakeholders, the DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program will continue to transform lives, provide sustainable livelihood opportunities, and pave the way for a brighter future for the people of Malabon City.

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