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By Xai Reyes

At least 100 former members of the New People’s Army (NPA) who surrendered to the government received over PHP2.4-million financial aid from the Department of Social and Welfare Development in Davao Region (DSWD-11).

The Davao de Oro provincial government said each rebel returnee received PHP20,000 under DSWD’s Sustainable Livelihood Program’s-Livelihood Settlement Grant (SLP-LSG), including an additional PHP4,000 for food and assistance as part of the government’s Enhanced Comprehensive Local Integration Programs (ECLIP).

Kerwin Gabasa, DSWD-11 focal person, said the assistance is intended for conflict-affected and vulnerable areas, including former rebels.

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