The Office of Mayor Felipe Antonio “Ipe” Remollo confirms the start of the distribution of rice subsidy at 20 kilos per household through the concerned barangay officials, as follows:
TABUC-TUBIG, December 28, 2021 (Tuesday), Barangay Hall
BANILAD, December 29, 2021, (Wednesday), Covered Court
POBLACION 2, December 31, 2021 (Friday), Barangay Hall
POBLACION 3, January 4, 2022, (Tuesday), Barangay Hall
POBLACION 6, January 5, 2022, (Wednesday), Barangay Hall
POBLACION 7, January 6, 2022 (Thursday), Barangay Hall
CALINDAGAN, January 7, 2022 (Friday), Covered Court
Mayor Remollo said that this would be the 6th wave of rice subsidy given by LGU-Dumaguete to the city’s 32, 000 households in all 30 component barangays as aid during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guidelines in the distribution of rice subsidy:
1. Every household in Dumaguete City is entitled to 20 kilos of rice based on the master list provided by the barangay officials
2. Both registered and non-registered voters are qualified to receive the rice subsidy provided that they belong to an actual household in Dumaguete City
3. The Barangay Officials concerned will inform the recipients in the master list to report in the designated place and time for the rice distribution as announced by the Office of the Mayor
3. To claim the rice subsidy, the recipient (representing his/her household) is required to present a photocopy of any Identification Card
4. An authorized representative will be allowed to claim the rice subsidy on behalf of the recipient in the master list, provided that the former brings an authorization letter and photocopy of any ID of the latter
5. The recipient or the representative will affix his/her signature in the official form certifying receipt of the rice subsidy
Mayor Remollo said that the objective of the new rice distribution scheme is to ensure that qualified households will receive the assistance in a more orderly manner, avoid mass gathering and prevent transmission of COVID-19.
Every household is advised to wait for the schedule of rice distribution of their barangay.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!