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QC Govt Extends Php 102.1-Million in Aid to 11 LGUs PDF Print E-mail
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The Quezon City Government has released a total of Php 102.1 million in financial assistance to 11 adopted cities and municipalities devastated by recent typhoons.
Mayor Herbert M. Bautista turned over the checks to some of the mayors during the flag raising ceremony at the Quezon City Hall on November 20.

The 11 LGU aid recipients include Ligao City, Albay, with Php 27.2-million assistance; Naga City, Camarines Sur, Php 20.2 million; Ilagan City, Isabela, Php 14.7 million; Tabuk City, Kalinga, Php 12.7 million; Mahatao, Batanes, Php 7.5 million; Pola, Oriental Mindoro, Php 6.4 million; Cagayan province, Php 4.5 million; Flora, Apayao, Php 4.05 million; Ivana, Batanes, Php 2.08 million; Itbayat, Batanes, Php 1.3 million; and Batanes provincial office, Php 1.1 million.

It was through Mayor Bautista’s initiative that the city government started to adopt and help typhoon-ravaged and poor municipalities. Under Mayor Bautista’s administration, it has become a tradition to help these LGUs rebuild their localities after disasters.

Aside from providing relief and rehabilitation assistance, Quezon City also extended assistance in improving infrastructure facilities, especially government buildings, in these municipalities.
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In 2013, Mayor Bautista personally led the QC contingent that visited Leyte and Samar to provide relief and rehabilitation in the areas.

From 2015 to 2016, the city government also gave post-calamity rehabilitation assistance to 13 other LGUs.

The giving of financial aid to LGUs damaged by calamities is authorized by the QC Council.

Under the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010, local government units (LGUs) are also authorized to use its Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) Fund to help other LGUs damaged by calamities.

The 11 beneficiary towns and cities were first visited by the Quezon City Rapid Damage and Needs Assessment team, composed of the QCDRRMO, Engineering Department and Quezon City Planning and Development Office, which assessed and reviewed the affected areas. The documents submitted by the municipalities and cities were based on the Commission on Audit rules, policies and guidelines.

The QCDRRMO is also sending personnel to assist in disaster assessment for the immediate recovery and rehabilitation in the adopted cities and municipalities.

The city government, however, does not only assists LGUs damaged by natural calamities but also those which were damaged by man-made disasters such as war.  As the city’s contribution to the Bangon Marawi program of the national government, QC pledged to build one public elementary school, one public high school and one rural health center in war-torn Marawi, in addition to other relief and rehabilitation assistance. scroll back to top
 
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