IPPO gives food packs to 5,000 poor families

first_imgHethanked local government units for their cooperation. “Thebayanihan system is really a big helpto the affected families. Kung may maiponpa tayo until April 30, we will sustain our program para walang magugutom. Kung may nais na tumulong willing naman kami mag-facilitate,”Lucas added./PN TheIPPO selected the poorest barangays in every town – with the help of municipalsocial welfare and development (MSWD) offices – for the civic outreach.  Eachfood pack contained rice, canned goods, sugar, coffee, noodles, and vegetables. Prioritybeneficiaries in the distribution conducted on April 15 were the poorestfamilies, said Police Colonel Paul Kenneth Lucas, IPPO director. Theenhanced community quarantine will end on April 30.center_img “Wehope this humble support can help ease the burden of poor families who are themost badly affected by the enhanced community quarantine,” saidLucas. Lucasalso thanked concerned individuals and business establishments that supportedthe IPPO project. ILOILO– Five thousand families in 43 municipalities economically displaced by theenhanced community quarantine (ECQ) here received food packs from the IloiloPolice Provincial Office (IPPO).  An old woman receives a food pack from policemen of the Iloilo Police Provincial Office. “We hope this humble support can help ease the burden of poor families who are the most badly affected by the enhanced community quarantine,” says Police Colonel Paul Kenneth Lucas, Iloilo police director. IPPO PHOTOlast_img

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