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Taguig Mayor Lani Cayetano hard at work shortly after oath-taking

July 01, 2022 - Friday 6:07 PM by Glen Jacob Jose

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Shortly after taking her oath of office as the City's highest elected official, Taguig Mayor Lani Cayetano started her day visiting programs currently being implemented.

Cayetano first checked the Taguig Love Caravan in Barangay Balagtas Covered Court, Lower Bicutan, where Taguigeños benefited from free medical and dental services such as checkups, and wellness checks, lab tests, and dental extractions.

The lady mayor first launched this program in 2010.

Cayetano also visited the Work for Pay Orientation at R.P Cruz Elementary School, which was attended by more than 200 poverty alleviation program beneficiaries from Barangays New Lower Bicutan, Lower Bicutan, Hagonoy, San Miguel, Tuktukan, and Bambang.

The Work for Pay initiative is a Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged (TUPAD) Workers of the Department of Local Employment aimed at families affected by the pandemic but not among the national government's ayuda beneficiaries.

The TUPAD program was funded under Bayanihan 1 and 2, passed when now-Senator Alan Peter Cayetano and Mayor Lani were serving their terms in Congress.

In the peace and order arena, the Taguig chief executive met with Taguig chief of police Robert Baeza and Barangay Captain Pedrito Bermas at the Western Bicutan barangay hall, as she laid down her plans to ensure Taguig remains a safe city.

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