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2,056 BENEFICIARIES RECEIVE TUPAD SALARIES IN A TWO-DAY PAYOUT ON MATAASNAKAHOY, BATANGAS

For more than 20 years, goiter has taken a toll on the day-to-day life of 68-year-old Ms. Anastacia Malibiran from Lumang Lipa, Mataasnakahoy, Batangas.

Her medical condition restricted Ms. Malibiran’s capacity to work full-time and provide for their family.

Aside from this, even his spouse has a medical condition requiring continued support.


Anastacia Malibiran, a 68-year-old resident from Mataasnakahoy, Batangas, is one of the 2,056 beneficiaries of the Tulong Pangkabuhayan sa Ating Disadvantaged/ Displaced Workers (TUPAD) program.

(Photo by April Rose Magpantay/ DOLE-BPO)


With the Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Worker (TUPAD) program of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Ms. Malibiran found relief to cover their medical expenses as well as their day-to-day needs.

“Para sa akin ay napakalaking tulong sa aming pamilya. Una sa lahat ay sa pagkain. Pangalawa ay itong paggagamot namin [at] sa aming lahat na pangangailangan talagang napakalaking bagay kaya maraming maraming salamat sa DOLE TUPAD,” she remarked.

Ms. Malibiran is one of the 2,056 beneficiaries from Mataasnakahoy, Batangas, who received their TUPAD salaries during the two-day payout last April 4-5.

According to DOLE BPO Labor and Employment Officer III, Ms. Salvacion Kalalo, 2,056 TUPAD beneficiaries received their salaries via USSC transaction codes.



DOLE BPO Labor and Employment Officer III, Ms. Salvacion Kalalo, led the TUPAD payout in Mataasnakahoy, Batangas. (Photo by April Rose Magpantay/ DOLE-BPO)


After the validation of documents, beneficiaries can outright claim their salaries through the onsite team of the money remittance center.

"On-the-spot makukuha nila ang kanilang sweldo na Php 4,700. So, nandito po si taga-USSC sa mismong venue. Hindi na po sila pipila ulit sa mga remittance center para makuha 'yung kanilang sweldo," Kalalo shared.




DOLE BPO employees conducted a two-day payout of TUPAD salaries by distributing USSC transaction codes.

(Photo by April Rose Magpantay/ DOLE-BPO)


Ms. Kalalo further reminded the beneficiaries that they should receive the total salaries as payment for their services rendered.

“Kailangan po nilang makuha ng buong buo ang kanilang mga sweldo at kung mayroon man pong nananakot o namimilit na bumahagi o kumuha ng kanilang sweldo, sila po ay may karapatang tumanggi. At kung willing pong magreklamo, narito lang po ang ating opisina, sila po ay mag-file ng complaint together with the substantial evidence,” Ms. Kalalo emphasized.

TUPAD is an emergency employment program of DOLE that aims to assist displaced workers, underemployed individuals, and seasonal workers for a minimum of 10 days.

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