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Thursday, 13 January 2022 12:56

Honest Capitol employee awarded

ALABEL, Sarangani (January 13, 2022) – Wendy Eggat (2nd from right), a staff of the Office of the Provincial Agriculturist, receives a certificate of recognition, cash gift, and groceries from the Human Resources Management & Development Office as a reward for her honesty in returning a lost and found cash worth P10,000. The awarding was led by HRMDO officer-in-charge Josephine Alog (extreme left), Provincial Administrator Mariter Sayson (second from left), and Provincial Chief Security Officer Jaime Tabucon (extreme right) of the Provincial Security Guards on December 27 at the Capitol lobby. (Martin Fernando Bernad Jr.-Jori Mae Samillano/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)

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ALABEL, Sarangani (January 13, 2022) – Vice Governor Elmer De Peralta speaks before guests during the awarding ceremony of the Department of Labor and Employment’s Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (DOLE-TUPAD) program on January 7 at the Capitol gym. A total of 557 individuals from the transport groups in the seven municipalities of Sarangani whose income was affected by the pandemic; pastors under Sarangani’s Sulong-Haggai Project; and Sulong-Integrated Barangay Defense Force (IBDF) were among the beneficiaries from the said program. Glenda Revaño, designated provincial Public Employment Service Office (PESO) manager, explained “kining atong mga TUPAD beneficiaries kay nagtrabaho for 10 days for their temporary employment as street cleaners sa ilang community.” She added that each beneficiary received a minimum wage amounting to P336 “or P3,360 for 10 days”. De Peralta also encouraged the beneficiaries to “spend their earnings wisely”. “Hinaot nako na unta inyong gamiton ang inyong mga sweldo sa pag-prioritize sa inyong mga panginahanglan sa balay og sa pagsuporta sa inyong pamilya.” The DOLE-TUPAD program in Sarangani was funded through Senator Emmanuel Jose Joel Villanueva with the strong support of Deputy Speaker Congressman Regelio Pacquiao, Governor Steve Chiongbian Solon, Vice Governor De Peralta and all the Sangguniang Panlalawigan members. (Martin Fernando Bernad Jr.-Joshua John Pantonial/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)

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ALABEL, Sarangani (January 13, 2022) – Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE-Sarangani) senior officer Ma. Ligaya B. Balongo (extreme left), Vice Governor Elmer De Peralta (2nd from left), former Malapatan municipal councilor Gwyn Singcoy (2nd from right) and Assistant Provincial Administrator for Operations Engr. Gerald Faciol (extreme right) handover the payment of wage to one of the beneficiaries of DOLE’s Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (DOLE-TUPAD) program on January 7 at the Capitol gym. TUPAD is a community-based package of assistance that provides emergency employment for displaced workers, underemployed and seasonal workers. The program’s budget was from Senator Emmanuel Jose Joel Villanueva through the efforts of Governor Steve Chiongbian Solon with the support of Deputy Speaker Congressman Rogelio Pacquaio, Vice Governor De Peralta and all the members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan. The program has benefited a total of 557 beneficiaries all over Sarangani who were given temporary employment for 10 days. De Paralta also disclosed that Congressman Pacquiao also devised P34 million worth of funds to give additional assistance to the identified displaced workers in the province. Glenda Revaño, designated provincial Public Employment Service Office (PESO) manager, said “after nitong employment project for this batch,” she said that the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) or its accredited training institutions will be tapped to conduct the skills training for the TUPAD beneficiaries under its Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP). (Martin Fernando Bernad Jr.-Joshua John Pantonial/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)

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Thursday, 13 January 2022 11:58

One-stop-shop opens in Capitol

ALABEL, Sarangani (January 13, 2022) – Delia Gegone (left), 36, from Barangay Tokawal, processes the renewal of her delivery van permit on January 4 during the conduct of the annual one-stop-shop at the Capitol covered court. The one-stop-shop was established by the Provincial Treasurer's Office (PTO) to streamline and fast-track the processes involved in the renewal and application of the Governor’s Permit as well as for the collection of the provincial local tax impositions. Amelia Catolico, acting revenue generation division chief, said that for this year’s one-stop-shop “clients can immediately get their permits after processing all the requirements sa isang proseso lang.” She disclosed,” dati kasi to be followed pa yung ating permits but now we have integrated to offer a more convenient transaction for our clients.” Provincial local tax impositions, according to Catolico, are composed of tax on the transfer of real property ownership; business of printing and publication tax; franchise tax; tax on sand and gravel; amusement tax; annual fixed tax for every delivery truck or van/vehicle; and professional tax. Catolico also urged clients to go to the one-stop-shop "as early as possible" to avoid the crowd of applicants during the last week of the renewal. The one-stop shop will run until January 20 from 8 am to 5 pm at the Capitol covered court. (Jake Narte-Joshua John Pantonial/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)

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