At least 36 beneficiaries of the Tulong Pangkabuhayan Para sa mga Displaced Workers (TUPAD) program under the Gender and Development (GAD) Fund will be employed for 30 days to work under the Muntinlupa City Heath Office as encoders to assist in the local COVID-19 vaccination efforts and contact tracing database initiatives. The newly hired contact tracers shall receive the daily minimum wage of PhP 537. The local TUPAD is funded by the City Government of Muntinlupa under Mayor Jimmy Fresnedi through the Public Employment Service Office headed by Ms. Glenda Aniñon under the livelihood funds of GAD headed by Ms. Trina Biazon. Other officials joining the orientation include CHO chief Dr. Juancho Bunyi, CHO execs Dra. Rochelle Abat and Dra. Carol Magalong, and MIS staff Alyssa Cuaño.
*Source: Public Information Office