Today's Punto
Today's Punto
Editorial
Reform works

Sep 19, 2017

IT MAY not be that much but it goes a long way.

That is enrolling reforming drug surrenderers in government civic works programs, like Pampanga’s Tulong da Disadvantaged Workers (Tupad).

Last week, Vice Gov. Dennis “Delta” Pineda personally handed out the salaries of 95 drug reformists from the towns of Macabebe, Masantol, Minalin and San Luis who earlier underwent the Bahay Pagbabago programs of their respective local government units.

Each received P3,640 for ten days of community work including the cleaning of canals, grass cutting, and street sweeping.

Yes, it may not be too much. But it shall definitely go a long way in efforts of the drug reformists to reintegrate themselves in their communities.



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