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Kiangan MPS adopts 90-year-old Elderly with No Family

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The Kiangan Municipal Police Station personnel adopts a 90-year-old elderly who lives alone.

Kiangan Municipal Police Station personnel adopts Lola Aida Paduyao, a 90-year-old elderly who lives alone.

Kiangan Municipal Police Station personnel adopts Lola Aida Paduyao, a 90-year-old elderly who lives alone.

BOLOG, KIANGAN, IFUGAO - The Kiangan Municipal Police Station (MPS) Personnel under the leadership of PCAPT PETER G CAWITAN, OIC, identifies a new beneficiary of the "Adopt a Family" project with the theme "Your Sunset is my Dawn".

Kiangan MPS continues to support the Ifugao PPO Project "Adopt a Family" by visiting various barangays in their Area of Responsibility (AOR) to help those in need, especially the elderly living alone who can no longer afford their basic needs such as food.

Through the joint initiative and voluntary assistance of the people of Kiangan, the police identifies a new beneficiary in the person of Lola Aida Paduyao, a 90-year-old woman who lives alone.

Lola Aida will be provided with groceries for her daily needs, with the promise of each Kiangan MPS Personnel who will contribute a small amount from their monthly salary.

Kiangan MPS helping Lola Aida

Kiangan MPS helping Lola Aida

The salary of a policeman may not be that big but this is their way of showing their love and care for the people of Kiangan, not to mention some of the personnel are not natives of the municipality.

The simple act of kindness of the Kiangan Police is to show love and care to every resident of Kiangan, that no matter what your race, or whatever tribe you belong to, the police will always serve and protect.



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