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Ifugao PNP Donates Financial Aid to Victims of Typhoon Ulysses

Ifugao Provincial Police Office donates a total of P135,000.00 financial aid to victims of typhoon Ulysses in the province.

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Ifugao Provincial Police Office (PPO) provided P134,300 financial assistance to the families of the victims of typhoon Ulysses in Ifugao.
Ifugao Provincial Police Office (PPO) provided P134,300 financial assistance to the families of the victims of typhoon Ulysses in Ifugao.

In line with the "Baddang Ifugao" (Ifugao Bayanihan), the Ifugao Provincial Police Office (PPO) provided P134,300 financial assistance to the families of the victims of typhoon Ulysses in Ifugao.

The said amount was accumulated through the contribution of Ifugao PNP personnel and was directly handed over to the families of the 13 landslide victims in Banaue, Ifugao.

PCOL DAVID D MARIANO, Provincial Director, IPPO, personally distributed the said financial assistance to 8 families of landslide victims in Sitio Nabito, Banaue, Ifugao.

  1. Mr. Jose P. Piog, 71 years old, Paypayan, Bocos, Banaue, Ifugao
  2. Clever Piog-Still missing
  3. Lance Bruce Guinyang, three (3) years old, Viewpoint, Banaue, Ifugao,
  4. Dante Boquing, a resident of Cambulo, Banaue, Ifugao
  5. Johnny Cabbigat Duccog Chango, Viewpoint, Banaue, Ifugao
  6. Joshua N Culhi - Poblacion, Banaue, Ifugao
  7. Roldan H Pigoh AKA John Pigoh of Alimit, Poblacion, Banaue, Ifugao, 37 yrs old

Also, PMAJ CRUZALDO K LIWAYAN, C, PCADU, extended the same cash donation to Engr. John Limoh in Hingyon, Ifugao, while PLT MICHAEL JOE C DASALLA, DCOP of Mayoyao MPS, delivered cash donations to two families of victims in Mayoyao, Ifugao.

Other cash donations were used to buy rice and various grocery items to be distributed to other people affected by the typhoon.

Ifugao PPO handed over financial aid to the families of the 13 landslide victims in Banaue, Ifugao.
Ifugao PPO handed over financial aid to the families of the 13 landslide victims in Banaue, Ifugao.

In line with the "Baddang Ifugao" (Ifugao Bayanihan), Ifugao Provincial Police Office (PPO) donated a total of P134,300.00 as financial assistance to the families of the victims of typhoon Ulysses in the province.

With the need for quick assistance, Ifugao police banded together and took part a portion of their salary in the amount of P200.00 each to help the families greatly affected by typhoon #UlyssesPH. These cash donations were personally handed over to the families of the 13 victims of landslides, wherein, 11 were from the landslide in Banaue and one each in Hungduan and Mayoyao, Ifugao.

Also, other cash contributions collected were utilized to purchase rice and assorted grocery items distributed to other people affected by the typhoon.

On the other hand, intensive search and retrieval operation is still ongoing for the missing person identified as Clever Piog in the landslide area at Sitio Nabito, Banaue, Ifugao.

Relief operations are continuously being conducted through the collection, hauling, and distribution of goods to the affected individuals and families in Ifugao province.

PROCOR will continue to send help to the affected families of the region for them to get through this difficult time. (PROCOR RPIO)

Salute to all members of the Ifugao Provincial Police Office! May your tribe increase!



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