Former members of the New People's Army (NPA) who have returned to the law, received cash and livelihood assistance under the Enhanced Comprehensive Local Integration Program (E-CLIP) of DILG.

The ECLIP Committee distributed immediate cash assistance and livelihood support to five former members of the New People's Army (NPA) who returned to lawful life. The Enhanced Comprehensive Local Integration Program (E-CLIP) of DILG aims to provide support to former rebels and help them start new lives. The financial assistance provided to the beneficiaries will enable them to start small businesses and meet their daily needs.

During the ceremony, Provincial Director Myra Moral-Soriano expressed gratitude to the PSWDO, PNP, and AFP for their contributions and support to the E-CLIP program. She also thanked the national government for continuing the program to assist former rebels. She urged the former rebels not to be influenced again by communist terrorist groups and instead work with the government to maintain peace and development.

Prov'l/Social Welfare & Development Officer Elizabeth G. Estiller-Baybayan announced that all 11 district hospitals will cater to patients or clients who are marginalized sector free of charge

One of the beneficiaries, Alyas Ka-Bimbo/Karding, expressed gratitude to DILG and the national government for the assistance provided, stating that it would significantly help him and his family build a peaceful life away from violence and fear.

Other notable attendees at the ceremony were handler PMAJ Karl Marlo Sanchez, Police Captain Jacqueline Pelayo Corporal Ernie E. Mauro Philippine Army - Civil Affairs NCO, and 1ST Lieutenant Patricia Louise Ochate, Civil Military Operation Officer.


The Anti-Drug Abuse Council (ADAC) Provincial Audit Team assessed the local ADACs in the Province to ensure their functionality and effectiveness when it comes to the implementation of anti-illegal drugs programs.

The Local ADACs were assessed in terms of their organization, allocation of substantial amount, implementation of plans and programs, support to component ADACs, conduct of meetings and innovations.

All 21 local government units of Pampanga obtained High Functionality, while 8 of them garnered a 100% functionality rating and will be subjected to the ADAC National Assessment.

Likewise, said audit is being conducted yearly to ensure the continuous improvement of ADACs in the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of anti-illegal drugs activities.


Earlier today, the DILG Provincial Office together with the DILG Regional Office join the LGU of Mexico in the ribbon cutting and unveiling of the permanent marker, first in the entire Central Luzon, of the newly constructed Farm-to-Market Road in Brgy. San Vicente funded under the FY 2022 Seal of Good Local Governance Incentive Fund (SGLGIF).

The SGLGIF program is anchored on the Philippine Development Plan (PDP) which articulates the development strategies and priorities of the national government. Thus, it also aims to achieve inclusive growth and sustained development to bolster economic growth and reduce poverty. “Kung walang supporta ang DILG wala pong farm-to-market road dito sa San Vicente.” Mayor Tumang on his message.

The beneficiaries expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the department and municipality for this project.



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