At least 450 residents of Naga, Cebu City, received services offered by several government agencies in the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor’s (PCUP) mini-caravan on Friday, November 19.
The PCUP mini-caravan was led by the President and CEO, Undersecretary Alvin Feliciano, who oversaw the event along with manager Neil Victor Saril.
Services offered to residents included free legal assistance and counseling from the Public Prosecutor’s Office (PAO), Employment and Livelihood Facilitation from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), evaluation of TESDA training, the Barangay Micro Business Enterprise (BMBE) application by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), and the dissemination of information on the programs and services of the Department of Social Protection and Development (DSWD) and the Municipal Social Protection and Development Office (CSWDO).
The free application and renewal of the driver’s license for motor vehicles and student permits have also been offered by the Land Transportation Office (LTO), while the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) has proceeded with the registration of national identity.
In addition, the local registrar also provided late registration, clerical error correction, PSA request for marriage, birth, death and non-registration certificates of marriage (CENOMAR).
The Naga City Heatlh Office assisted with the distribution of dental kits and dental consultations.
Other services were the issuance of a National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) authorization, the free medical consultation from the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) and the distribution of claim stubs for food packages, the medical mission of the Ministry of Health (DOH), Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) free haircut, as well as HEALTHSPEC for free vital signs and dissemination of CREST information.
Feliciano, meanwhile, expressed his gratitude to all agencies and private sectors, as well as the government of the city of Naga for supporting the mission and vision of the PCUP in improving the standard of living of city dwellers. poor.
The executive assistant to the mayor of the city of Naga and the city administrator, Leonidito Cañete, and some councilors were also present at the event.
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