Paranaque fire victims receive construction materials
This afternoon, Mayor Eric L. Olivarez returned to Barangay Sto. Niño to spearhead the distribution of construction materials for residents affected by a recent fire incident that occurred on March 27 in Sitio Libjo, Parañaque City.
According to the city mayor, 25 lot owners received roofing sheets, plywood, and lumber, which they can use to start the construction of their new homes. The assistance was facilitated by the General Services Office, headed by Ms. Josephine Mary Centena. It can be recalled that Mayor Eric initially provided aid to the area on March 31, distributing hygiene kits, blankets, clothing, rice, and financial assistance to 40 affected families.
Mayor Eric expressed his sympathy for the fire victims and assured them that the city government is ready to assist them in gradually recovering from the disaster's impact. Various programs have been extended to support the affected residents, including the City Social Amelioration Program by the City Social Welfare Development Department, financial and medical assistance from the Mayor's Office, and many more.
Present during the distribution of the construction materials were Ms. Vivian Gabriel, Officer-in-Charge of the City Social Welfare and Development Department, and the Barangay Sto. Niño officials led by Barangay Chairman Johnny Co.
The city mayor reminded the residents of Parañaque to remain vigilant and cautious to prevent accidents like fires, especially during the summer season. It is important to prioritize safety and take necessary precautions to protect lives and properties.
The distribution of construction materials signifies the local government's commitment to assisting the fire victims in Barangay Sto. Niño. Mayor Eric Olivarez's continuous presence and support demonstrate his dedication to the welfare and recovery of the affected residents. By providing essential resources and aid, the city government aims to help the fire victims rebuild their lives and restore their homes.
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