Taguig folk get extra funds via Cash-for-Work
The Taguig City government is giving 3,000 residents the chance to earn extra income through its Cash-for-Work program.
The project is in coordination with the Department of Social Welfare and Development and Department of Environment and Natural Resources under the Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation fund.
Launched in 2015, Cash-for-Work allows indigent, unemployed, underprivileged or distressed individuals to earn for 10 days—75 percent of the daily minimum wage set by the Department of Labor and Employment—as they participate in or undertake preparedness, mitigation, relief, rehabilitation or risk reduction projects and activities in their communities or in evacuation centers. Read More